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  • Discipline - Roule' Tray
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    Discipline - Roule' Tray
    With the Roule" Tray the manufacturer Discipline shows that simple everyday objects can also be pleasant in their function and wake emotions. When Discipline asked Pauline Deltour to work with copper, the French designer instantly thought about pots to cook marmalade. The Roule’ Tray by Discipline mirrors the inspiration of such items and was inspired by characteristic qualities of traditional cooking pots: The big, “rolled” border, which improves ergonomics and makes it easier to pile one on another. The production out of copper makes the Roule’ Tray by Discipline a luxurious and equally charming object. The Discipline Roule’ Tray is also available in a brass edition.
  • Discipline - Re-Turned Owl
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    Discipline - Re-Turned Owl
    The Re-Turned Owl transforms leftover wood into collector’s pieces. The environmentally friendly bird by Discipline moreover has an attractive appearance. The wooden figures out of the Re-Turned series by Discipline have a clear, friendly and natural appearance, something typical for the designer Lars Beller Fjetland. Not only the appearance, but also the material is sustainable and natural: The Re-Turned wooden figures are 100% made out of recycled wood, which remained during the production of other items. Or out of wood of ancient table feet, chairs or other furniture pieces. Whatever the case is – the Re-Turned Kiwi will have “returned” in order to become a friendly and ecological piece of jewellery in every home. Discipline produces the Re-Turned Owl out of ash or oak wood. That’s how the Re-Turned Owl and his siblings, the Kiwi, the Penguin, the Sparrow and the Pigeon aren’t only lovingly decoration figures, but also perfect objects for people loving the environment and nature.
  • Discipline - Re-Turned Penguin
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    Discipline - Re-Turned Penguin
    The Re-Turned Penguin transforms leftover wood into collector’s pieces. The environmentally friendly bird by Discipline moreover has an attractive appearance. The wooden figures out of the Re-Turned series by Discipline have a clear, friendly and natural appearance, something typical for the designer Lars Beller Fjetland. Not only the appearance, but also the material is sustainable and natural: The Re-Turned wooden figures are 100% made out of recycled wood, which remained during the production of other items. Or out of wood of ancient table feet, chairs or other furniture pieces. Whatever the case is – the Re-Turned Kiwi will have “returned” in order to become a friendly and ecological piece of jewellery in every home. Discipline produces the Re-Turned Penguin out of mahogany or oak wood. That’s how the Re-Turned Penguin and his siblings, the Kiwi, the Owl , the Sparrow and the Pigeon aren’t only lovingly decoration figures, but also perfect objects for people loving the environment and nature.
  • Discipline - Re-Turned Kiwi
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    Discipline - Re-Turned Kiwi
    The Re-Turned Kiwi transforms leftover wood into collector’s pieces. The environmentally friendly bird by Discipline moreover has an attractive appearance. The wooden figures out of the Re-Turned series by Discipline have a clear, friendly and natural appearance, something typical for the designer Lars Beller Fjetland. Not only the appearance, but also the material is sustainable and natural: The Re-Turned wooden figures are 100% made out of recycled wood, which remained during the production of other items. Or out of wood of ancient table feet, chairs or other furniture pieces. Whatever the case is – the Re-Turned Kiwi will have “returned” in order to become a friendly and ecological piece of jewellery in every home. Discipline produces the Re-Turned Kiwi out of mahogany or oak wood. That’s how the Re-Turned Kiwi and his siblings, the Owl, the Penguin, the Sparrow and the Pigeon aren’t only lovingly decoration figures, but also perfect objects for people loving the environment and nature.
  • Discipline - Re-Turned Sparrow
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    Discipline - Re-Turned Sparrow
    The Re-Turned Sparrow transforms leftover wood into collector’s pieces. The environmentally friendly bird by Discipline moreover has an attractive appearance. The wooden figures out of the Re-Turned series by Discipline have a clear, friendly and natural appearance, something typical for the designer Lars Beller Fjetland. Not only the appearance, but also the material is sustainable and natural: The Re-Turned wooden figures are 100% made out of recycled wood, which remained during the production of other items. Or out of wood of ancient table feet, chairs or other furniture pieces. Whatever the case is – the Re-Turned Kiwi will have “returned” in order to become a friendly and ecological piece of jewellery in every home. Discipline produces the Re-Turned Sparrow out of maple or ash wood. That’s how the Re-Turned Sparrow and his siblings, the Kiwi, the Owl , the Penguin and the Pigeon aren’t only lovingly decoration figures, but also perfect objects for people loving the environment and nature.
  • Discipline - Pocket Armchair
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    Discipline - Pocket Armchair
    A surprising design: The leather of the Pocket armchairs by Discipline snuggles on top of the wooden frame as well as a glove. The innovative armchair is soft and comfortable that way, also without thick cushions. The German design team Ding3000 designed the Pocket armchair for Discipline: The soft, Italian Cuoietto leather of the Discipline Pocket armchair adapts to the body and offers comfortable sitting position. The Pocket armchair by Discipline is weightless and space saving because of its unusual design. The Pocket chair is named after the sewn pockets in the leather that are hanged in the frame of the chair. The “hands off” construction makes the chair absolutely comfortable and ergonomic. The feet of the Discipline Pocket armchair are made of massive oak wood. The leather seat is available in black, brown and natural leather.
  • Discipline - Re-Turned Pigeon
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    Discipline - Re-Turned Pigeon
    The Re-Turned Pigeon transforms common wood into collector’s pieces. A charming appeal is included in the environmentally friendly decoration bird by Discipline. The wooden figure out of the Re-Turned collection by Discipline has a clear, friendly and natural expression, which is a known characteristic of the designs of Lars Beller Fjetland. But not only the appearance is sustainable and natural, but also the material; The Re-Turned wooden creatures are made of 100% recycled wood, which rested from the production of other things. Or out of wood that has a life as chair, table or other furniture behind it. Whatever the case is – the wood “returned” to become a pigeon, a friendly and ecological piece of jewellery in every apartment. Discipline produces the Re-Turned Pigeon out of chestnut wood or oak wood. That’s how the Re-Turned Pigeon and its siblings, the Kiwi, the Penguin, the Sparrow and the Owl aren’t only lovingly decoration figures, but also the perfect object for people with an enthusiasm for environment and nature.
  • Discipline - Last Stool
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    Discipline - Last Stool
    A weightless, stackable stool, made out of one piece of metal: That’s the Last stool by Discipline. The edge at the top of the stool offers support to make it easier to transport it. Since the stool has a handle and since it is practically weightless, it is suitable for many purposes – it can be used for something different every day. That’s how the Last stool designed by Max Lamb serves as stool or side table and also as spontaneous (last) seat for unexpected guests. This stool by Discipline is also stackable, so that it is easy to store it when it isn’t used. Discipline produces the Last stool out of enamelled steel. The material is made to stand the exertions of being used every day. The stool Last by Discipline is available in different colours as well as in copper and brass coloured editions.
  • Discipline - Companion LED Table Lamp
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    Discipline - Companion LED Table Lamp
    Companion is an innovative table lamp which connects flexible joints with its appealing look. The playful appearance however shouldn’t hide its function, since the design object by Discipline is ideally suitable as working lamp. The structure out of ash wood with decent details out of metal offers a natural and comfortable appearance to the Companion table lamp. The design object by Discipline acts friendly and lovingly contrasting other table lamps. These attributes make it an ideal company on the desk – a quality which gave the name to the table lamp. Jack Smith and Gemma Matthias, both designers of the Companion, emphasize that the table lamp is usable without restrictions in its functions, while it is unique in between the wide mass with its capturing soul and the elegant look: Three joints make the Companion table lamp completely flexible so that its direct light beam is movable into every possible direction. The cable is invisible from outside, hidden in the lamp, without disturbing the natural appeal of the lamp. Bitte beachten Sie unsere Information on disposal.
  • Discipline - Pieces Of Time wall clock
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    Discipline - Pieces Of Time wall clock
    With the Pieces of Time wall clock, Discipline shows clear design combined with natural materials. And if you look a bit closer, you will recognize the design specialty. The Pieces Of Time wall clock was designed by the German design trio Ding 3000. The three Hanover designers had a special idea for the wooden wall clock by Discipline: No dial should decorate the clock, but the time should be viewable without any helping items. In order to fulfil this aim, the Pieces of Time wall clock consists of twelve different pieces of ash wood, which are assorted as if they were a cake. Each hour is different to the others by the different structures of the single wooden pieces. Nearly by chance every Pieces of Time clock becomes a unique piece, since the composition of the different pieces never appears the same twice. The Discipline wall clock is environmental friendly since it is made out of ash wood. Bitte beachten Sie unsere Information on disposal.
  • Discipline - Cup Table 50 cm
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    Discipline - Cup Table 50 cm
    Japanese minimalism and Italian elegance meet harmonically in the Cup Table. The side table by Discipline connects the best of two worlds. The designer Ichiro Iwasaki designed the Cup Table on an impressing way: The design of the Cup Table is decent and clear by its production out of glass. Cup has a weightless and filigree appeal, but the rounded edges and the strength of the glass (8 mm) offer apparent force and stability to the table. Since the Tokyo designer Iwasaki was inspired by the name-owing water glass for his Cup Table, the side table by Discipline still has more functions: If it is turned around, Cup Table can also be used as decorative storage furniture or as big flower vase.
  • Discipline - Toy Vase
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    Discipline - Toy Vase
    The Discipline Toy looks like a normal vase on the first sight. Its surprising function is only shown when you play a bit with it. As the name reveals, Toy was inspired by toys: Stackable forms inspired the three designers by ding3000 to use the function in an objects for adults. Since the Toy case is made out of different modular pieces, the single ones are assorted as desired. This is how the Toy vases by Discipline make it possible for the owner to assort them according to his taste – by chance or iconic. Discipline produces the fantasy-full Toy vase out of oak wood.
  • Discipline - Tilt Ladder
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    Discipline - Tilt Ladder
    Fantasy and the practical use are connected to an irresistible unity in the Tilt ladder: The design object by Discipline is usable in an unusual way. The designer duo SmithMatthias thought about a utility objects with a different function than it had before, inspired by such an everyday object as a ladder. This was the approach for both designers to create Tilt. The Discipline produced ladder isn’t only a ladder, but also a shelf, a rack, a wardrobe or simply a decoration object as well as a useful piece of furniture. The stone-oak made Tilt ladder is expandable with additional accessories in order to transform it into a multifunctional piece of furniture. Since the Tilt ladder is robust and weightless, it is also adaptable to different purposes according to the event it is used in – whether in the bathroom, in the corridor, in the kitchen, in the office or in the living room.
  • Discipline - Drifted Barstool
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    Discipline - Drifted Barstool
    The Norway designer Lars Beller Fjetland, known as naturalist, created a product which perfectly matches Discipline with his Drifted stool: The Drifted barstool invites to observe it intensely before seating on it because of its sustainable material and a friendly-clear appearance. The pure design of the Discipline Drifted emerges by the connection of two natural materials: The frame of the barstool consists of oak wood, while the seat is made out of cork. This is how a barstool emerged, which offers a warm and comfortable seat, while the base was kept in the clear tradition of Scandinavian manufacturing. Lars Beller Fjetland proves that durability isn’t a question of technology with his Drifted stool: Nature itself is responsible for the production of water repellent and resistant materials. The timeless design of the stool also encourages its quality, since it ensures a lot of enjoyment of the Drifted stool by Discipline even after many years of usage.
  • Discipline - Drifted Stool
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    Discipline - Drifted Stool
    The Norway designer Lars Beller Fjetland, known as Naturalist, created a product that perfectly matches the design philosophy of Discipline with his Drifted stool: Made with sustainable products and a friendly-clear appearance, the Drifted stool invites to look at it before taking a seat. The pure design of the Discipline Drifted emerges by the connection of two natural materials: The frame of the stool consists of ash wood, while the seat consists out of cork. This is how a stool with a warm and comfortable seat emerges, while the frame is kept in the clear traditional Scandinavian handicraft. Lars Beller Fjetland proves that durability mustn’t depend on technology with his Drifted: The nature itself was responsible for the creation of waterproof and resistant materials for this stool. The timeless design of the seat also contributes its part to the stool’s success, since it will delight in many years as well as it does today: Drifted.
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