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  • Ay Illuminate May Braided Bamboo Pendant Light
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    Ay Illuminate May Braided Bamboo Pendant Light
    Inspired by nature and various cultures, Ay Illuminate’s May Braided Bamboo Pendant Light is a graceful hanging light. Slender and cool, May is a light that warms up any space. Made of braided bamboo placed around a slightly conical cylinder, May takes its organic form from the sea urchin. Light passes through the woven shade in an enchanting way. Designed in the Netherlands, Ay Illuminate produces rich, textural lighting using craftspeople in Asia and Africa. The natural form adds character to interiors.
  • Ay Illuminate Lump Bamboo Pendant Light
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    Ay Illuminate Lump Bamboo Pendant Light
    Strips of bamboo are bent into into a series of concentric circles that form a half sphere in Ay Illuminate’s Lump Bamboo Pendant Light. Designed in the Netherlands, Ay Illuminate produces rich, textural lighting using craftspeople in Asia and Africa. The designers find inspiration in nature and the different cultures which is reflected in their use of organic shapes and natural material. Using local, hand-crafted techniques, the company manufactures lighting that add a sensual warmth to interiors. Each circular strip of bamboo changes in diameter creating a unique exterior. Light passes through these strips in an enchanting way.
  • Ay Illuminate Urchin Bamboo Pendant Light
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    Ay Illuminate Urchin Bamboo Pendant Light
    Designed in the Netherlands, Ay Illuminate produces rich, textural lighting using craftspeople in Asia and Africa. The designers find inspiration in nature and the different cultures which is reflected in their use of organic shapes and natural material. Using local, hand-crafted techniques, the company produces lighting like the Urchin Bamboo Pendant Light. Made of strips of bamboo left in its natural coloration, the suspended light features a round, oval design. Each circular strip of bamboo changes in diameter creating a unique exterior. Light passes through these strips in an enchanting way.
  • Samuel Accoceberry Nymphé Wall Mirror
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    Samuel Accoceberry Nymphé Wall Mirror
    The big sibling of Augé, Samuel Accoceberry’s Nymphé Wall Mirror features the same unique, faceted design in a large, full length size. Folded stainless steel is polished to a mirrored finish and smoked to give its pleasant and sophisticated blacked look. With five facets creating an indented form, the Nymphé Mirror allows for multiple points of reflection and opens the room by reflecting light at various angles. The integrated mounting hardware allows the mirror to pivot to the left and right for different positioning. Strong in character, the Nymphé Wall Mirror adds an elegant and contemporary element to any space.
  • Samuel Accoceberry Augé Wall Mirror
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    Samuel Accoceberry Augé Wall Mirror
    Samuel Accoceberry’s Augé Wall Mirror features a unique indented faceted design that allows various viewing angles. Strong in personality, the Augé Wall Mirror is made of folded stainless steel that has been polished and finished in a blackened coloration. Perfect for a variety of spaces like a dressing area or entrance, the mirror’s design reflects your surroundings at different angles.
  • Jörg Schellmann Profil Aluminum Wall Shelf
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    Jörg Schellmann Profil Aluminum Wall Shelf
    Evoking associations with minimal art, the wall-mounted Profil Aluminum Shelf by Jörg Schellmann bears a distinct sculptural appeal. With pure proportions, the wall shelf is reminiscent of Donald Judd’s aluminum sculptures and creates a strong, graphic presence on the wall to display books, accessories and other personal items. The aluminum shelf is produced in one piece by way of extrusion; the process creates objects of a continuous cross-sectional profile, forming finished parts with excellent surface quality. Because of this unique, solid construction, the shelf may be used in a variety of ways on the wall: right side up and upside down units stacked creates minimal rectilinear boxes for storage and display. Powder-coated in signal white, umbra grey or sulfur yellow and optionally available with or without side panels, the wall shelf is adaptable and functional.
  • Valerie Windeck Anamorphosis Mirror
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    Valerie Windeck Anamorphosis Mirror
    A true piece of art made from an oval stainless steel sheet, folded and polished by hand, Valérie Windeck’s Anamorphosis Mirror creates a silver disc in a corner angle where any two walls meet in a room, like an eyelet opening onto a new moving space. Up close, Anamorphosis is an ideal mirror for make-up, because it shows the three dimensions of the face: the front and both sides. As you move away from it and wander around it, the oval of Anamorphosis is distorted and displays moving and fluid images of its environment, until, visible from only one place in the room, the anamorphosis makes the mirror itself become a perfect disc.
  • Philipp Mainzer Backenzahn Stool
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    Philipp Mainzer Backenzahn Stool
    Considered a design classic, the Backenzahn Stool has become an identifying icon from Philipp Mainzer. The stool gives a strong impression with its four identical legs made of solid oak or walnut. The reveal between the legs suggest that all four parts are still clearly recognizable and the slightly concave seat provides sitting comfort. During the seasoning of the solid oak and walnut, the wood forms its characteristic cracks, which makes each stool unique.
  • Caronni + Bonanomi Sail TV Stand with Shelf
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    Caronni + Bonanomi Sail TV Stand with Shelf
    Offering a solution for the clutter that typically surrounds televisions, Caronni + Bonanomi’s Sail TV Stand with Shelf is essential and light. Without the distraction of cables and mounting hardware, Sail lets the images from the television be the protagonists. And, when everything is turned off, it is a sophisticated and graphic design. The same vertical support that offers cable management also offers one of the system’s most unique features: it allows the television to be turned at and angle with ease. Furthermore, the mounting hardware for the TV is hidden behind panels for a clean aesthetic. This also allows the product to be placed away from the wall, because all sides are beautifully finished. Monodirectional casters in the base add to the stand's ease of mobility. The Sail TV Stand is not only perfect for domestic spaces, but is an ideal solution for the office, meeting rooms and video conferences.
  • StH Ute Minimal Mirror
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    StH Ute Minimal Mirror
    With an almost imperceptible aluminum frame, the Ute Minimal Mirrors add depth to the room without adding visual clutter. Available in a variety of sizes to fit different spaces and functions, these mirrors add a beautiful touch to any room by opening small spaces, adding depth and dimension and drawing in and reflecting light. The large mirrors can be hung horizontally or vertically allowing you to fit your specific needs. The 192cm versions of the mirrors, standing at just over six feet in height, make a perfect addition to dressing rooms where one wishes to see themselves in full length.
  • Minimalux Brass Pocket Mirror
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    Minimalux Brass Pocket Mirror
    Without detailing, decoration or embellishment, Minimalux has created the luxurious Brass Pocket Mirror. With a rim of precision machined solid brass, the small travel mirror may be held in the hand or balanced on its side. Any time you need a crystal clear reflection, pull the mirror from its leather sleeve. Without plating or lacquering in any way, the surface of the mirror will change with use and age, highlighting the natural properties of the rich material. The mirror is indicative of the London brand’s philosophy of uniting traditional elements of British manufacturing with ultra simple forms to create objects which are at the same time simple yet splendid.
  • Joachim Rasmussen Disc Table Mirror
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    Joachim Rasmussen Disc Table Mirror
    Reduced to its most basic components, Joachim Rasmussen’s Disc Table Mirror features a reflective circle held upright by a slotted brass cylinder. A simple disc with reflective surfaces on the back and front installed on a brass tube, the Disc Table Mirror encompasses the simplicity of Ready Made in materials that are familiar industry icons: the tube and the stainless steel sheet. The Disc Table Mirror is delivered in two parts that can be joined by simple interlocking.
  • Dondoli + Pocci Sand Air Chair
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    Dondoli + Pocci Sand Air Chair
    Refined in design, Dondoli and Pocci’s Sand Air Chair is comfortable, elegant and light. Mesh covered in PVC outfits the seat and back for a delightful tactile experience which is good looking and durable. For cohesion, the stackable chair features a frame in die-cast aluminum that is matched in color to the mesh fabric. Available in a range of colors, the Sand Air Chair is differentiated for its unique materiality - vegetable fiber is mixed with polypropylene to create a natural feeling fabric in natural colors. The chair is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Ingo Maurer Zettel'z 6 Chandelier
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    Ingo Maurer Zettel'z 6 Chandelier
    Capturing the poetic essence of Ingo Maurer’s lighting design, the iconic Zettel’z 6 Chandelier invites the owner to participate in the design. A blend of art, sculpture, and light, Zettel'z 6 is composed of 80 pieces of Japenese paper - 40 pre-printed with love letters in various languages and 40 blank sheets for personalization - that, with typical tongue-in-cheek fashion of Maurer, are secured to stainless steel wires with paperclips. The result is a unique paper lighting fixture that emits direct and diffused light depending on the arrangement of paper. The design artfully combines the poetic approach to lighting design that Ingo Maurer is known for. Please note: Because of the interactive nature of this chandelier lighting fixture, returns can not be accepted.
  • Maurizio Fardo Pepo Stool
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    Maurizio Fardo Pepo Stool
    Monolithic and full of character, Maurizio Fardo’s Pepo Stool prominently features the natural characteristics of wood. The minimal form is contrasted with the organic nature of the solid olive ash wood. Carefully carved from a large chunk of wood, the stool exhibits pure geometry and proportion. Use it to enliven an interior as a stool or accent table.
  • Achille Castiglioni Lampadina Table Lamp
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    Achille Castiglioni Lampadina Table Lamp
    One of the masters of 20th Century Italian design, Achille Castiglioni’s objects stand as clear examples of rigorous method, technical skill, exuberant talent, and wit. Within the Lampadina Table Lamp, he combined these talents to achieve a beauty that is fulfilling on both a rational and an emotional level. The clever design prominently features a partially sandblasted bulb which is placed into a simple socket supported by a circular metal base which stores the excess cord. Perfect as a bedside lamp or in a bookcase, the venerable light is perfect nearly anywhere. By utilizing readily available components for his pieces, the designer finds beauty in the sublime. His keen eye for composition is visible in his enduring products which are icons of modern Italian design.
  • Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Aim Pendant Light
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    Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Aim Pendant Light
    A playful, minimalist design, Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec's Aim Pendant Light creates a vivacious tangle of wires that seems to develop and grow like branches or climbing plants. Taking its main inspiration from nature, the designers have investigated the simplicity of organic forms to create an equally simple and basic object. By reducing the suspension lamp to its essence - a wire and a light source - the Bouroullec brothers breathe life into a lamp with a striking graphical impact and an original shape. Poetic and cheerful, the Aim pendant light adapts to the style of different settings, because it makes it possible to direct the light freely and adjust the height of the diffuser by sliding it up and down the suspension wire.
  • Pols Potten Devil's Eye Stool
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    Pols Potten Devil's Eye Stool
    Carved by hand, the Devil’s Eye Stool by Pol’s Potten adds a rich textural element to any interior. The raw wood is full of character and creates a unique seat or side table. The stool is subtle yet quirky, clearly combining the Dutch company’s characteristic playful design with that of a more global trend. The stool is made of Senegalese Dimb wood, the same material that many traditional African drums are made from. The shape is punctuated by a carved void, giving the design a sense of lightness.
  • Shin Azumi AP Low Stool
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    Shin Azumi AP Low Stool
    A piece of wooden origami, the elegant, leaf-like shape of Shin Azumi’s AP Low Stool recalls starched, golden fabric. With fluid, ergonomic design, the minimal form offers an unexpected degree of comfort. Remarkably, the stool - with its unibody structure - has no seams or joints because it is created from a single sheet of plywood. There are no divisions or interruptions; the seat of the stool and body seamlessly fused in one fluid motion and relaxed. The poetic design becomes utilitarian with the ability to stack the stools and save space when not in use. Made of open-pore black painted oak, the stool is an enduring icon of design.
  • Tokujin Yoshioka Element Low Table
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    Tokujin Yoshioka Element Low Table
    Through exploratory processes, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka develops new forms. In continuing his exploration of the growth of crystals, Yoshioka has translated his research into abstracted representations of the natural structures expressed in the form of the Element Low Table. The heart of the Element project lies in the single central support, a metal parallelepiped that is reminiscent in its form of the minerals and quartzes found in nature, positioned at a slant, teetering between the base and the top as though almost challenging the laws of gravity. A poetic and contemplative project, this table brings the renowned Japanese designer’s unique vision into your home.
  • Jan Philip Holler Haus Paperweight
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    Jan Philip Holler Haus Paperweight
    Jan Philip Holler’s Haus Paperweight is a playful object reminiscent of architectural building blocks. Offered in a warm, oiled walnut, the object is inspired by the archetypal imagery of houses and each version is distinguished by its respective roofs - pitched, hip or shed. A contemplative and joyful desk accessory, the Haus paperweight is a small sculpture which can be used as a functional item or a a decorative piece on the table or in a bookshelf. Create a playful assemblage of several sculptures or leave it on its own, either way it is a wonderful formal and textual object.
  • Cecilie Manz Wicker Basket
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    Cecilie Manz Wicker Basket
    Drawing inspiration from archetypal Scandinavian basket weaving, Cecilie Manz Wicker Basket adds a modern twist in materials and form. Updating the traditional image of alternating wide and thin straps woven together in a natural material, Manz chose to utilize modern materials and production methods. A highly durable ceramic plastic composite is injected molded into the shape of the basket. The structure has become light and hollow, with alternating solids and voids emphasizing the directionality of the straps. This multipurpose basket is great for serving bread or biscuits with the included white cotton napkin or may be used as a general catch-all.
  • Mark Braun Turn Fruit Bowl
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    Mark Braun Turn Fruit Bowl
    Made of solid waxed European oak, the tactile Turn Fruit Bowl by designer Mark Braun features a simple and intriguing round shape. Punctuated by a central hole, the design takes a minimal approach to tabletop storage. The well-proportioned Turn beautifully holds fruit or simply serves as a sculptural vessel for the table. Hand-finished in solid European oak, accentuating the natural grain of wood, the Turn Fruit Bowl is waxed to suit its original purpose as a fruit bowl.
  • Archirivolto 288 Stacking Chair
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    Archirivolto 288 Stacking Chair
    Sinuous and without corners, Archirivolto’s 288 Stacking Chair is clean and functional for indoor and outdoor seating. Made in matte nylon with air molding technology, the chair is the ideal solution for a light seat with great robustness. Named for the number of holes that punctuate the subtle design, the 288 chair is available in white, grey, black and green. The designers were interested in understanding the possibilities of production methods to create a design that is fresh and harmonious. To them design is beauty, harmony and freedom free from the limitation of strict rules.
  • Sebastian Herkner Bell Side Table
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    Sebastian Herkner Bell Side Table
    The Bell Table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as base for a metal top that seems to float above it. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mold, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence in a space, contrasting intriguingly with the solid brass frame on top while also forming with it a harmonious unit recalling the elegant curving silhouette of a bell. With its appealing reflective surface and contrasting materials, the side table adds a distinctive touch to domestic interiors. It celebrates the beauty of the materials with its colors and surface, along with the artisanal tradition. Each table is handmade, meaning that small bubbles or bumps in the glass are a characteristic feature.
  • TB Group Evercut Furtif Chef's Knife
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    TB Group Evercut Furtif Chef's Knife
    The most commonly used knife in the kitchen, the Chef’s Knife, gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. The revolutionary knife is a culmination of TB’s unique ambition to blend technological and creative excellence into one. Furtif, French for “stealth,” features an eye-catching geometric design that is inspired by the angular form of the Stealth Fighter Jet. Beyond just aesthetics, the Furtif knives features Evercut technology for an exceptional cutting performance. The full tang blades are steel with laser-bonded titanium-carbide and are 300 times superior to that of the steel knives currently available and 5 times superior to ceramic. The average user should only need to sharpen the Evercut Furtif knives once every twenty-five years. And to allow the technological excellence to truly liberate the talents of its users, the unparalleled performance of the knives must be matched by their elegance. During the design process of this unique range, the TB Design team deliberately abandoned the established codes. Useful for any kind of cooking, the chef's knife is perfect for slicing vegetables, meat and fruits. To put it simply, the chef's knife is the knife and this version turns it into THE knife. Click here to learn about all Evercut Knives.
  • Cutipol Gourmet Line Carving Fork and Knife
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    Cutipol Gourmet Line Carving Fork and Knife
    Designed to assist in carving cooked meat, Cutipol’s Gourmet Line Carving Fork and Knife combine traditional craftsmanship with modern technology. With meticulous attention paid to detail, each tool features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality. Durable 18/10 stainless steel, used for the blade and tines, is joined with a resin handle resulting in stylish kitchen tools that perform as good as they look. The carving fork and knife are dishwasher safe.
  • Cutipol Gourmet Line Spaghetti Fork
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    Cutipol Gourmet Line Spaghetti Fork
    A sleek and modern tool for serving pasta, Cutipol’s Spaghetti Fork builds on the Portuguese cutlery maker’s rich history of innovative and durable serving pieces. With meticulous attention paid to detail, the tool features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality. Made of 18/10 stainless steel, the handle is made of resin resulting in a stylish kitchen tool that performs as good as it looks. The tools are dishwasher safe.
  • Cutipol Gourmet Line Hard Cheese Knife
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    Cutipol Gourmet Line Hard Cheese Knife
    With a solid, heavy blade, Cutipol’s Gourmet Line Hard Cheese Knife is perfect for cutting into dense cheeses. The useful tool builds on the Portuguese cutlery maker’s rich history of innovative and durable serving pieces. With meticulous attention paid to detail, the cheese knife features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality, ensuring that it performs as good as it looks. The cheese knife is also dishwasher safe.
  • HISLE Luxciole Rechargeable LED Lamp
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    HISLE Luxciole Rechargeable LED Lamp
    Providing ambient lighting wherever it's needed, the Luxciole Rechargeable LED Lamp can be used inside and out without the need for a cord. The aluminum LED lamp diffuses a warm, glare-free light that is enough to brighten a dining table. With a built in intensity selector, the brightness of the light may be adjusted to best suit any need. Charge the light and the battery can last up to a remarkable 25 hours so you will be able to entertain without having to recharge. The minimal and attractive design blends with various styles of decor, making the light the perfect addition to any space. Made in France.
  • TB Group Evercut Furtif Kitchen Knife
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    TB Group Evercut Furtif Kitchen Knife
    The Evercut Furtif Kitchen Knife, with its long blade, is as impressive when using in your kitchen as it is when sitting on the table. Useful for numerous tasks, the classic kitchen staple gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. The revolutionary knife is a culmination of TB’s unique ambition to blend technological and creative excellence into one. Furtif, French for “stealth,” features an eye-catching geometric design that is inspired by the angular form of the Stealth Fighter Jet. Beyond just aesthetics, the Furtif knives features Evercut technology for an exceptional cutting performance. The full tang blades are steel with laser-bonded titanium-carbide and are 300 times superior to that of the steel knives currently available and 5 times superior to ceramic. The average user should only need to sharpen the Evercut Furtif knives once every twenty-five years. And to allow the technological excellence to truly liberate the talents of its users, the unparalleled performance of the knives must be matched by their elegance. During the design process of this unique range, the TB Design team deliberately abandoned the established codes. The impressive kitchen knife is fast, precise and a real slicing weapon especially for cooked meat. Click here to learn about all Evercut Knives.
  • Serax Maison Serax Glass Decanting Carafes
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    Serax Maison Serax Glass Decanting Carafes
    An assortment of three mouth-blown, carafes offer proper storage for a variety of wines. Serax Maison’s Tall Ice Bottle, Pebble Decanter and Lying Decanter each feature sinuous curves and bulbous forms providing a relaxed and organic element for the tabletop. The Ice Bottle Carafe, designed to keep white wine chilled, features a sculptural recess that holds ice near the wine. The Pebble and Lying Decanters are designed to open red wines to their full flavor. The lengthy silhouette and durable glass work to elevate the wine drinking experience. All three decanters are dishwasher safe.
  • TB Group Evercut Furtif Paring Knife
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    TB Group Evercut Furtif Paring Knife
    While having the shortest blade of the Furtif range, the Paring Knife packs the most precision. Dedicated to peeling and small or complicated work like cutting small fruit and vegetables or creating garnishes, the paring knife gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. The revolutionary knife is a culmination of TB’s unique ambition to blend technological and creative excellence into one. Furtif, French for “stealth,” features an eye-catching geometric design that is inspired by the angular form of the Stealth Fighter Jet. Beyond just aesthetics, the Furtif knives features Evercut technology for an exceptional cutting performance. The full tang blades are steel with laser-bonded titanium-carbide and are 300 times superior to that of the steel knives currently available and 5 times superior to ceramic. The average user should only need to sharpen the Evercut Furtif knives once every twenty-five years. And to allow the technological excellence to truly liberate the talents of its users, the unparalleled performance of the knife must be matched by its elegance. During the design process of this unique range, the TB Design team deliberately abandoned the established codes. The pairing knife will widen your range of abilities in the kitchen because it is good for vegetable and meat work and is useful for julienne and tartar. Click here to learn about all Evercut Knives.
  • TB Group Evercut Furtif Multipurpose Knife
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    TB Group Evercut Furtif Multipurpose Knife
    The Evercut Furtif Multipurpose Knife is a hybrid. It is between a chef’s knife and a paring knife; between slicing and carving. Useful for numerous tasks, the kitchen staple gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. The revolutionary knife is a culmination of TB’s unique ambition to blend technological and creative excellence into one. Furtif, French for “stealth,” features an eye-catching geometric design that is inspired by the angular form of the Stealth Fighter Jet. Beyond just aesthetics, the Furtif knives features Evercut technology for an exceptional cutting performance. The full tang blades are steel with laser-bonded titanium-carbide and are 300 times superior to that of the steel knives currently available and 5 times superior to ceramic. The average user should only need to sharpen the Evercut Furtif knives once every twenty-five years. And to allow the technological excellence to truly liberate the talents of its users, the unparalleled performance of the knife must be matched by its elegance. During the design process of this unique range, the TB Design team deliberately abandoned the established codes. The multipurpose knife will widen your range of abilities in the kitchen because it is good for vegetable and meat work and is useful for julienne and tartar. Click here to learn about all Evercut Knives.
  • TB Group Evercut Furtif Santoku Knife
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    TB Group Evercut Furtif Santoku Knife
    The Santoku knife, a staple of Japanese chefs, represents the bridge between Japanese and Western Cuisine. The equivalent of the traditional chef’s knife get’s a makeover that fuses design and technology. The revolutionary knife is a culmination of TB’s unique ambition to blend technological and creative excellence into one. Furtif, French for “stealth,” features an eye-catching geometric design that is inspired by the angular form of the Stealth Fighter Jet. Beyond just aesthetics, the Furtif knives features Evercut technology for an exceptional cutting performance. The full tang blades are steel with laser-bonded titanium-carbide and are 300 times superior to that of the steel knives currently available and 5 times superior to ceramic. The average user should only need to sharpen the Evercut Furtif knives once every twenty-five years. And to allow the technological excellence to truly liberate the talents of its users, the unparalleled performance of the knives must be matched by their elegance. During the design process of this unique range, the TB Design team deliberately abandoned the established codes. The unique santoku knife cuts as well as the chef's knife but has a slight inclination for fish and delicate vegetables (such as mushrooms). With the best of the Evercut design, the santoku knife works like a charm. Click here to learn about all Evercut Knives.
  • Wolf Udo Wagner Ponton Glass Standing Fireplace
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    Wolf Udo Wagner Ponton Glass Standing Fireplace
    A pure and functional statement between nature and human environments, the Ponton Glass Standing Fireplace by German designer Wold Udo Wagner captures the powerful force of fire and contains it in a sleek glass and stainless steel design for indoors and out. His distinctively modern rendition burns on bio-alcohol and lasts about 1.5-2.5 hours, depending on the size of the flame that you enjoy most. Bio-alcohol has minimal CO2 emissions, so it's completely safe to burn indoors. Made from tempered glass and stainless steel in Germany, the fireplace has an extremely solid feel which is essential for a mobile fireplace that you can place anywhere in your home. The Ponton Glass Standing Fireplace adds a captivating element to any space. Please note: Due to the special handling and inside delivery service for this item, a delivery fee surcharge has been added to the standard fee.
  • DesignWright Buro Desk Accessories Set
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    DesignWright Buro Desk Accessories Set
    Invited to develop a single or range of products to celebrate the design manufacturer Lexon's 20th anniversary, London-based DesignWright developed the Buro desk accessories set. The set of five desk accessories includes a tape dispenser, calculator, stapler, hole punch and calendar which are reminiscent of wooden building blocks or a collection of miniature books, unifying the items commonly found on a desk into a coherent and practical range. Designed to look appealing both individually and as a set, the desk accessories are finished in a gradient of color and feature a pleasant, desk-gripping rubberized exterior. Able to be neatly aligned or stacked in any orientation, the functional pieces in the Buro family elevate desk accessories form mundane to chic and interesting.
  • Arik Levy Book Stool
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    Arik Levy Book Stool
    Make your own stool or side table from outdated magazines and periodicals with Arik Levy’s Book Stool. Intelligent and original, a specially designed strap encompasses your pile of magazines and squeezes them together to form a useful object. With a world creating more and more waste everyday, it’s refreshing to see a product use discarded materials to create an eye-catching object. Book Stool is an enchanting product that showcases the principle, “as little design as possible.”
  • Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Stapler
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    Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Stapler
    Samuel Wilkinson’s Babylon collection of desk accessories are defined by their geometric, modern appearance. Based on rock formations, the multi-faceted shapes feature vertical creases down the curvaceous forms. As a result, each object from the collection has its own character and individuality but still looks coherent in a group. The stapler is crafted in tactile rubber, making it pleasant to grip and comfortable to use. The stapler is molded to hide the hinge at the back and can rest either horizontally or vertically. The tactile desk set is a charming design that works just as well in the home as it does in the office.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Scissors
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    Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Scissors
    Samuel Wilkinson’s Babylon collection of desk accessories are defined by their geometric, modern appearance. Based on rock formations, the multi-faceted shapes feature vertical creases down the curvaceous forms. As a result, each object from the collection has its own character and individuality but still looks coherent in a group. The Babylon Scissors feature handles that are designed to be comfortable for both left and right-handed users. The rubberized shears rest in a tall stand that completely covers the blades when not in use. The tactile desk set is a charming design that works just as well in the home as it does in the office.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Pen Cup
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    Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Pen Cup
    Samuel Wilkinson’s Babylon collection of desk accessories are defined by their geometric, modern appearance. Based on rock formations, the multi-faceted shapes feature vertical creases down the curvaceous forms. As a result, each object from the collection has its own character and individuality but still looks coherent in a group. The Babylon Pen Cup display pens and pencils while keeping them organized. The ten-sided pen holder includes a soft inner base to muffle the noise created when writing implements are dropped in. The tactile desk set is a charming design that works just as well in the home as it does in the office.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Tape Dispenser
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    Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Tape Dispenser
    Samuel Wilkinson’s Babylon collection of desk accessories are defined by their geometric, modern appearance. Based on rock formations, the multi-faceted shapes feature vertical creases down the curvaceous forms. As a result, each object from the collection has its own character and individuality but still looks coherent in a group. The Babylon Tape Dispenser has a weighty appearance and a form that balances strong angles and soft curves. Beyond its primary function, the tape dispenser can serve as a paperweight. The tactile desk set is a charming design that works just as well in the home as it does in the office.
  • Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Alarm Clock
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    Samuel Wilkinson Babylon Alarm Clock
    Samuel Wilkinson’s Babylon collection of desk accessories are defined by their geometric, modern appearance. Based on rock formations, the multi-faceted shapes feature vertical creases down the curvaceous forms. As a result, each object from the collection has its own character and individuality but still looks coherent in a group. The Babylon Alarm Clock feature twelve sides and raised markings on the face which enhance the legibility of the clock. Perfect for on the desk or a bedside table, the alarm clock is a unique interpretation of modern design.
  • Maarten Van Severen Hybrid Cutlery
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    Maarten Van Severen Hybrid Cutlery
    The poetic, minimal work of Maarten Van Severn is characterized by carefully reduced forms, well thought out design and an acute sensitivity to materiality. On a constant search for ways to remove superfluous elements from objects, the designer has achieved a cutlery set that is the absolute synthesis of function, design and craft. Limited to a series of 999 pieces, the three piece Hybrid Cutlery set combines advanced materials and production methods with traditional, ancient techniques to arrive at a truly magnificent object. Through analyzing hundreds of pieces of cutlery from various times and cultures, Van Severn determined the absolute essential forms needed to be functionally sound. His final project before his untimely death, Hybrid Cutlery is a harmonious junction of all of the designers principles in one dynamic product.
  • piKs Design Portfolio
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    piKs Design Portfolio
    Treasure your memories with Porfolio, piKs Design’s keepsake book for photos, drawings and other mementos. Featuring a long and thick paper accordion enclosed between two plates of solid oak, the portfolio is held together by a thick rubber band. Use it as a photo album, a book for drawing or as a gift for someone special. The portfolio may be opened to stand on its own for display. Hand made in France.
  • L'Atelier d'exercices Studio Lampe Nid Table Lamp
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    L'Atelier d'exercices Studio Lampe Nid Table Lamp
    A whimsical and poetic object, L’Atelier d’exercices Studio’s Lampe Nid resembles a bird’s nest delicately resting on a branch. The painted metal wire is randomly spun and woven together to form the nest which rests on a slightly flexible steel rod. The LED light within provides ambient lighting perfect for the bedside table or as a decorative table lamp in other rooms. The playful design is sure to add a delightful accent to any home.
  • Steroglass Topless Glass Flowerpot
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    Steroglass Topless Glass Flowerpot
    Natural and hidden meaning gives ample interpretation to Francesco Paretti’s Topless Glass Flowerpot. This handmade piece may be used intrinsically as a vase to hold small plants or flowers. Regardless of the way it’s used, several components reveal vast functions in this product eminent of Steroglass’ 2013 collection.
  • Nendo Dancing Squares Lamps
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    Nendo Dancing Squares Lamps
    By folding flat, geometrically-patterned steel into spherical forms, Nendo creates lighting elements that have a sense of motion. The Dancing Squares lamps appear to roll about but are stable, thanks to their planes, and cast light in different directions with their unique pattern of solids and voids. Deeply conceptual, the resulting forms are a poetic unity of playful sculpture and functional design. Originally conceived as part of the Japanese designer's 2011 exhibition "Dancing Squares" the lamps have been brought into production due to their successful design. Available in three sizes - 34, 54 or 74 cm tall - they feature a 75" cord that may be hardwired to be used as a suspension lamp or fitted with the included plug to be used as a floor or table lamp.
  • Barber Osgerby Lunar Toothbrush Cup
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    Barber Osgerby Lunar Toothbrush Cup
    Designed by Barber + Osgerby, the Lunar Toothbrush Cup is part of Authentics' collection of white bath accessories with colored accents. Shining white surfaces made of thick-walled ABS plastic, combined with colored, matte inlays blend in simple, demure forms which highlight the products’ functionality. The Lunar collection features all of the necessary accessories for the bathroom, resulting in a cohesive collection that is shaped by its factual and simple forms that emphasize the functionality of the products. The minimal range of products harmoniously combines good design with functionality, recalling the designers sensitivity to form, line, and proportion.
  • Baptiste Lanne Mastercal Desktop Calculator
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    Baptiste Lanne Mastercal Desktop Calculator
    Reduced to its essential elements, Baptiste Lanne’s Mastercal Desktop Calculator is a simplified version of the daily essential. The design is completely encased in clear acrylic save for the buttons presenting a unified materiality. The calculator is further simplified by the singular use of color; buttons, case and even display are black while the numbers remain white. This attention to design and details creates an object that is both functional and intuitive.
  • Kate Chung Abundance Airtight Canister
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    Kate Chung Abundance Airtight Canister
    Designer Kate Chung's Abundance Airtight Canisters blend Chinese philosophy with insightful design to create a functional storage item for the kitchen. While one of the key Chinese philosophies describes that the earth is square and the heaven is round to demonstrate the stability and the mobility, the yin and yang, Chung takes the line and uses terra cotta and a silicone cap to translate the thinking into modern airtight canisters with a touch of Zen. Further tradition is apparent in the name, read as "man", meaning abundance, is often written in calligraphy on a piece of red paper and stuck outside of rice containers in the beginning of a new year to wish for a good year. With a whisk of imagination, you can also turn them into a sleek vase.
  • XLBoom Pure Trays
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    XLBoom Pure Trays
    XLBoom’s Pure Trays are a nod to the natural characteristics of tropical acacia wood. Appearing as hand-carved forms, these trays retain the strong coloration of the unique wood. Perfect for serving, the trays are food safe. Likewise, these trays make perfect decorative pieces or as catch-alls for your keys and wallet. The carved bowls provide a warm accent to any interior.
  • Demirden Design and Hasan Demir Obuz Governor Tea Set
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    Demirden Design and Hasan Demir Obuz Governor Tea Set
    Inspired by the ancient Chinese culture, German Designer Michael Scheider’s Governor Tea Set references the traditional hat that governors wore in the Chin Dynasty to create a functional series of glassware. Symbolizing the governor’s pure and transparent character, the clarity of the double wall glass keeps the tea at its desired temperature for longer periods of time. Made of heat resistant glass and a nylon/silicon top, the tea set includes teapot and two glasses.
  • FX Ballery Les Montgolfieres Wooden Containers
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    FX Ballery Les Montgolfieres Wooden Containers
    Beautifully-crafted and whimsical, Fx Ballery's designed Les Montgolfieres Wooden Containers in a delightful nod to childhood days he spent watching hot air balloons in Eastern France at the Royal Saltworks of Arc and Senans. Beautifully crafted in different sizes and marked with playful colors, the shape and feel of Montogolfiere indeed transports one to an enchanting childhood where balloons captivate the sky as if by magic. One may also use their imagination to decide what to hold in these wooden containers, be it candy, nuts, seasonings, or even small household items like keys or coins. The heavy weight of the solid wood keeps the containers stable. Made in France.
  • R&D Blueside Eye Round Glass Dish
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    R&D Blueside Eye Round Glass Dish
    The Eye Round Glass Dish from R&D Blueside combines the ideal attributes to display all kinds of foods with a simple and sophisticated design. This handmade glass item uses the rocking shape and transparent look to help the eye's focus on what’s being served, giving the plate a double function as a serving dish or place setting. The Eye Round Glass Dish from Blueside’s 2013 collection characterizes the idiosyncrasy of Italian design that can either be rich in decoration or silent in perspective. The dish, however, falls into the latter category, which enables it to adapt to any environment particularly as a result of its transparency that makes it possible to admire foods from all angles. Given its unique concave style, the Eye Round Glass Dish is an excellent serving object for dishes that require no knives.
  • Ingo Maurer Alizz T. Cooper Table Lamp
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    Ingo Maurer Alizz T. Cooper Table Lamp
    Ingo Maurer's Alizz T. Cooper table lamp shows how a playful, witty approach to design is often the most fruitful. This endlessly flexible table lamp borrows its long, tubular shape from the snake, whilst remaining a highly functional directional light. Maurer's ingenious, playful lamp makes a sleek and surprising addition to any interior. Alizz T. Cooper is not just a lighting fixture - it is an ever-evolving artistic statement that employs metal, plastic, and a flexible rubber hose to make a statement. The head of the table lamp is 360 degree rotatable and the hose can bend in all directions, giving the user a chance to be creative with it.
  • Barber Osgerby Lunar Waste Bin
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    Barber Osgerby Lunar Waste Bin
    A pristine white high-gloss cylinder is combined with a matte insert to create a functional small waste bin for the bathroom. Part of the Lunar range of accessories for Authentics, designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have created a cohesive collection, shaped by its factual and simple forms that emphasize the functionality of the products. Robust, the thick-walled waste bin has no corners, making cleaning simple while the slit at the top allows disposal of small trash without the need to open or close a lid. The minimal range of products harmoniously combines good design with functionality, recalling the designers sensitivity to form, line, and proportion.
  • Claesson Koivisto Rune w081t2 LED Task Lamp
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    Claesson Koivisto Rune w081t2 LED Task Lamp
    A highly technical object, a task lamp must combine several necessary parts into a design that is both functional and easy to use. For Wastberg, Swedish designers Claesson Koivisto Rune took the parts and concerns of typical task lamps - the rotation mechanism, arm reach, counterbalance, degree of efficiency, and safety - and concealed them within their design. The w081t2 features a no-nonsense design that was initially influenced by the typical lamp found in doctor's offices which is highly precise and functional. By hiding all of the mechanics of their task lamp, the designers were able to simplify the final product while maintaining a high level of functionality and ease of use.
  • L'Atelier du Vin Soft Machine Corkscrew
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    L'Atelier du Vin Soft Machine Corkscrew
    In one fluid and continuous motion, L'Atelier Du Vin's Soft Machine extracts the cork from wine bottles, enhancing the uncorking experience. Using an ingenious gear system, the cork is removed vertically without any torsion or effort. This unique corkscrew is crafted from rubberized polycarbonate and features a zinc painted finish. The carbon steel screw itself has a non stick coating for ease of use. The corkscrew is packaged in a gift-box.
  • Jean Nouvel CFF CP Mocha Spoons Set
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    Jean Nouvel CFF CP Mocha Spoons Set
    Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, the CFF CP Coffee Spoons are sculptural mirror polished stainless steel accessories for enjoying your coffee or espresso. The remarkable design is a distillation of Alessi’s 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project which invited famous architects to design - often for their first times - a limited edition tea and coffee services. Now, mass produced and sold in a set of four, the spoons are shipped in a presentation box, the set makes a perfect gift for the coffee lover in your life.
  • Jorg Zeidler Bob Table Lamp
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    Jorg Zeidler Bob Table Lamp
    Combining the basic geometric forms of a circle and rectangle, Jörg Zeidler has created Bob, a minimal table lamp for Anta. The extruded square base precariously balances on the surface, while the circular head of the form rests gracefully on top. This attractive lighting fixture is available in either glamorous nickel polished silver metal or a matte black metal. With it's small size, the table lamp is a great companion for a small desk or on a shelf within a bookcase.
  • Damian Evans Compact Herb Chopper
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    Damian Evans Compact Herb Chopper
    Damian Evans' stylish Compact Herb Chopper for Joseph Joseph allows the user to easily and tidily chop herbs with one kitchen utensil. Simply remove the cutter, chop on the gently curved cutting surface then store the blade in the compartment. Suitable for chopping all herbs, garlic, ginger, nuts and chocolate. After chopping, simply sweep them of the base and into the mix.
  • Joseph Joseph Spaghetti Measure
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    Joseph Joseph Spaghetti Measure
    With the Spaghetti Measure, Joseph Joseph have devised in innovative and simple solution to determining the correct amount of pasta to make. Simply use the lever to open and close the aperture, allowing you to control the portion sizes for one to four servings.
  • L'Atelier du Vin L'Artiste Corkscrew
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    L'Atelier du Vin L'Artiste Corkscrew
    Uncork bottles quickly and easily with L’Atelier du Vin’s elegant corkscrew. L’Artiste Vertical Lever Corkscrew’s organic shape that recalls the smooth pebbles of the Graves terrain in Bordeaux. The modern corkscrew features a smooth and simple action that will make removing corks an easy endeavor and add an air of sophistication to your wine routine. A perfect gift for any wine lover, the corkscrew is unique in form and highly functional.
  • Catherine Lovatt Lovatt Beaker
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    Catherine Lovatt Lovatt Beaker
    Inspired by the concept of purifying and re-interpreting the aesthetic beauty found in everyday objects, designer Catherine Lovatt's porcelain beaker subtracts from the archetypal form creating a functional object with a unique design language. The cup eschews the superfluous to focus on the core elements of the object: the round - yet cylindrical - container and a most unique interpretation of handles realized in tubular forms. Her series of tableware exploring the possibilities of simple, geometric forms create an inspiring table-scape that adds life and vibrancy to the daily routine.
  • Douglas Legg Splint Bamboo Basket
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    Douglas Legg Splint Bamboo Basket
    Designer Douglas Legg has created a contemporary graphic form by using traditional weaving techniques. Strong in silhouette, the Splint Baskets for ENO Paris are the result of careful studying of the material properties of bamboo. Bent, curved, and intertwined, the strips of the natural material create a form that recalls traditional woven baskets while still achieving a subtly modern design. Available in two sizes, these handmade baskets are suitable for a variety of purposes, from decorative tabletop objects to functional catch-alls.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Stripes Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Stripes Vase
    Bands of metal wrap around the neck of Vanessa Mitrani’s Stripe Vase squeezing and informing the shape of the glass. The sinuous and organic form of the glass is juxtaposed by the array of metal bands resulting in an interesting and unique piece of glass sculpture. An expert in her medium, the designer experiments with combining glass and unlikely materials together into harmonious and thought provoking pieces. Each vase is created by the designer herself and blurs the boundaries between collectable art and functional design.
  • Veronique Maire Cantine Vases
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    Veronique Maire Cantine Vases
    Veronique Maire's Cantine summons a playful spirit in those who engage the glass and cork flower vases. The glass beneath the cork caps are immediately recognizable to anyone who grew up in France, evoking memories of school lunches at the canteen, from which these vases draw their name. At the canteen, schoolchildren received one of these stackable glasses, each distinguished by a number on the bottom - hence each Cantine vase is named by that number. The vase identified as 16 has a cork cap that sits smooth, straight and tall, while Vase 23 wears a conversely short and round cap. With the Cantine vases, an everyday object of childhood melts, as if in a dream, into a treasured object of adulthood, one that may sit among our other "grown-up’ possessions as winks knowingly to childhood days of imaginative play. Made in France.
  • Ulla Christiansson Chop Bamboo Cutting Board
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    Ulla Christiansson Chop Bamboo Cutting Board
    Designed by Ulla Christiansson, Chop is a series of bamboo cutting boards with a clean, beveled edge. Aptly named, Chop is a perfect surface for cutting and preparing food. With its attractive design, the durable cutting boards are perfect for serving as well. The clean, beveled edge looks inviting even when stored in your cupboard.
  • Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Bowl
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    Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Bowl
    With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh’s Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, Sigillata creates an interesting sensation in the hand while allowing for easy cleaning with the glossy interior. Fulfilling the various dining and serving needs, the collection features a range of dinnerware including cups, bowls, plates and deep plates. The bowls, available in one size, come in four colors. Mix the colors together to create a dramatic yet harmonious tablescape or stick with one color for a refined yet casual place setting.
  • Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Espresso Set
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    Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Espresso Set
    Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans’ Espresso Set is part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the cup and saucer celebrates their material. Made of basic geometric shapes, all pieces coordinate together in a harmonious fashion. By combining the shapes in different ways you can bring your personal touch to your table. “It prompts people to be creative and enjoy every single piece of the dinnerware each time in different ways”, says Piet Stockmans. An original dinnerware range which can appeal to a large group of people.
  • Cutipol Goa Flatware Set
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    Cutipol Goa Flatware Set
    Refined in both material and form, Cutipol’s Goa Flatware Set elevates the dining experience. A testament to good design, the precise and minimal forks, knife and spoons are effortlessly elegant and ergonomically pleasing. Made of high quality, brushed 18/10 stainless steel and capped with a black resin handle, each piece of the set is timeless. With generations of experience in the manufacturing of cutlery, Portugal’s Ribeiro family continues to oversee the melding of traditional craft and modern technology in their products. The comprehensive set includes one dinner fork, spoon and knife and one dessert fork and spoon. Made in Portugal.
  • Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Deep Plate
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    Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Deep Plate
    With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh’s Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, Sigillata creates an interesting sensation in the hand while allowing for easy cleaning with the glossy interior. Fulfilling the various dining and serving needs, the collection features a range of dinnerware including cups, bowls, plates and deep plates. Conveniently, the plates and deep plates are coordinated in size allowing easy stacking and storage. The deep plates are perfect for serving or enjoying pasta dished and come in each of the four colors. Mix the colors together to create a dramatic yet harmonious tablescape or stick with one color for a refined yet casual place setting.
  • Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Plate
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    Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Plate
    With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh’s Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, Sigillata creates an interesting sensation in the hand while allowing for easy cleaning with the glossy interior. Fulfilling the various dining and serving needs, the collection features a range of dinnerware including cups, bowls, plates and deep plates. The plates are available in three sizes which coordinate with the deep plates. By stacking the plate on the deep plate, the plate acts as a lid. Mix the colors together to create a dramatic yet harmonious tablescape or stick with one color for a refined yet casual place setting.
  • Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Cups
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    Chris Mestdagh Sigillata Signature Cups
    With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh’s Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, the cups come in two sizes for coffee and tea. Fulfilling the various dining and serving needs, the collection features a range of dinnerware including cups, bowls, plates and deep plates. The cups are available in two sizes and four colors. Mix the colors together to create a dramatic yet harmonious tablescape or stick with one color for a refined yet casual place setting.
  • Herve Gambs Photophore Sphere Candle Holder
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    Herve Gambs Photophore Sphere Candle Holder
    Hanging from the ceiling, Herve Gambs’ braided iron Photophore Sphere Candle Holder casts dynamic shadows. The glow of the candle light passes through the sphere’s scribble-like surface and radiates warmth. Available in three sizes, the holders may be placed in groups together to create a focal point in almost any room of the house. Each item is unique and may vary slightly.
  • Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Deep Bowls
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    Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Deep Bowls
    Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans’ Round Bowls are part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the round bowls celebrate their material. Made of basic geometric shapes, all pieces coordinate together in a harmonious fashion. By combining the shapes in different ways you can bring your personal touch to your table. “It prompts people to be creative and enjoy every single piece of the dinnerware each time in different ways”, says Piet Stockmans. An original dinnerware range which can appeal to a large group of people.
  • Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Round Plates
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    Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Round Plates
    Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans’ Round Plates are part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the round plates celebrate their material. Made of basic geometric shapes, all pieces coordinate together in a harmonious fashion. By combining the shapes in different ways you can bring your personal touch to your table. “It prompts people to be creative and enjoy every single piece of the dinnerware each time in different ways”, says Piet Stockmans. An original dinnerware range which can appeal to a large group of people.
  • Cutipol Goa Salad Serving Set
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    Cutipol Goa Salad Serving Set
    With a refined form and attention to detail and material, Cutipol’s Goa Salad Serving Set combines modern design with traditional craftsmanship. A testament to good design, the precise and minimal servers are effortlessly elegant and ergonomically pleasing. Made of high quality, brushed 18/10 stainless steel and capped with a black resin handle, the set coordinates with the matching Goa Flatware Set. With generations of experience in the manufacturing of cutlery, Portugal’s Ribeiro family continues to oversee the melding of traditional craft and modern technology in their products. Made in Portugal..
  • Cutipol Gourmet Line Knife Set
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    Cutipol Gourmet Line Knife Set
    Featuring eight useful knives for a variety of tasks, Cutipol’s Gourmet Line Knife Set combines traditional craftsmanship with modern technology. With meticulous attention paid to detail, each knife features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality. The set includes a storage block with a space for each knife and is made from the same black resin found in the handles of the knives. With this set, you will be prepared to cut any type of ingredient with a knife specifically designed for that function. The set includes a bread knife, boning knife, chef’s knife, santoku knife, breakfast knife, two different paring knives and a utility knife. The blade on each knife is made from high quality 18/10 stainless steel and for ease of use and also dishwasher safe. Made in Portugal.
  • Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Square Plates
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    Piet Stockmans UnoDueTre Square Plates
    Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans’ Square Plates are part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the square plates celebrate their material. Made of basic geometric shapes, all pieces coordinate together in a harmonious fashion. By combining the shapes in different ways you can bring your personal touch to your table. “It prompts people to be creative and enjoy every single piece of the dinnerware each time in different ways”, says Piet Stockmans. An original dinnerware range which can appeal to a large group of people.
  • Harri Koskinen Block Lamp
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    Harri Koskinen Block Lamp
    A sensation of ice and light, of heat and chill. Harri Koskinen plays with the contrasts of light and ice in his Block Lamp, which became a design classic as soon as it was launched in 1996. Using glass as the substantial form of the light, Block resembles a block of ice. The clarity of the material highlights the internal light. Here, the designer references the archetype of the bulb. The result is a whimsical lamp that provides a warm glow. Since it’s introduction, the lamp has been showered with design awards and is part of MoMA’s permanent collection.
  • Thomas Bernstrand Studio Pendant Light
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    Thomas Bernstrand Studio Pendant Light
    A practical lamp with strong character, Thomas Bernstrand's Studio pendant light is a study in reducing the archetypal industrial lamp to its essence. Realized in cast aluminum that has been sandblasted and powder coated giving the appearance of cast iron, the pendant light reflects the contemporaneous tendency to interpret classic designs with a modern approach. With the Studio pendant light, thoughts of the modern industrial era are combined with the latest materials creating an independent look that attracts attention in private as well as public spaces. The lamp provides light that shines directly downward on to the table surface. Available in a range of four colors - black, white, grey and yellow - the designer has succeeded at updating a classic lamp for today's interiors.
  • David Chipperfield Hupla Mocha Cups Set
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    David Chipperfield Hupla Mocha Cups Set
    Designed by architect David Chipperfield, the Hupla Mocha Cups Set is a distillation of Alessi’s 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project. The original project invited famous architects to design - often for their first times - tea and coffee services. These originals were created in silver and limited to 99 pieces making them highly collectible. To make the designs available to a wider audience, Alessi asked certain participants to create porcelain versions of their designs. Here, legendary British architect David Chipperfield creates a simple, well proportioned set of cups devoid of any ornamentation. The saucer features a slight depression which acts as a rest for your coffee spoon. Also by the architect is a set of four mocha spoons that compliment the cups. Packaged in a presentation box with two cups and two saucers, the Hupla Mocha Cups Set is a great gift for the espresso and mocha lover in your life.
  • Jean Nouvel CFF CP Mocha Cups Set
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    Jean Nouvel CFF CP Mocha Cups Set
    Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, the CFF CP Mocha Cups is a set of two double wall, stainless steel mugs with saucers for espresso drinks. The remarkable design is a distillation of Alessi’s 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project which invited famous architects to design - often for their first times - a limited edition tea and coffee services. Now, mass produced in fine stainless steel, the cups feature a mirror polished exterior and brushed interior. The double wall construction holds the temperature of the drink longer without burning your hand. The saucers compliment the mugs and feature the same mirror polished finishing. Packaged in a presentation box, the set makes a perfect gift for the coffee lover in your life.
  • David Chipperfield Hupla Mocha Spoons Set
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    David Chipperfield Hupla Mocha Spoons Set
    David Chipperfield has designed a perfect spoon for stirring your coffee drinks. The set of four coffee spoons are a distillation of Alessi’s 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project. Influenced by the original limited edition version, the set is a simple, well proportioned design devoid of ornamentation for stirring espresso, mocha and other coffee drinks. Match the spoons with the Hupla Mocha Cups Set or use them with your own mugs to add a stylish and functional twist to your daily routine. The spoons come in a presentation box, making them a good gift for the coffee lover in your life.
  • DesignWright Blade Decanting Pourer
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    DesignWright Blade Decanting Pourer
    Watch your wine get oxygenated with DesignWright’s Blade Decanting Pourer. The appealing tool features a pleasant touch and a mixture of transparent and opaque materials in a dynamic package that heightens your wine drinking experience. The front is transparent, allowing you to witness the transformation of the wine’s flavor and bouquet. Four small holes on the front allow the wine to come into contact with even more air, improving the wine’s flavor. Blade adds 43% more oxygen to the wine than conventional decanting pourers. Blade by Menu aerates the wine so well that Eurofins named it the new winner in an independent test of the world’s best decanting pourers.
  • Marie Garnier Homosapiens Grinding Stone
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    Marie Garnier Homosapiens Grinding Stone
    Like a prehistoric object, Marie Garnier’s Homosapien Grinding Stone appears to be hand carved into a functional object. The sandstone object is a useful kitchen tool for sharpening knives or crushing and grinding ingredients for cooking. With faceted edges, each part of the surface serves a purpose all while fitting comfortably in your hand. Completed with a red leather strap, the tool can hang in the kitchen and still looks like an intriguing object when out of use.
  • Alexis Georgacopoulos Blow Bowl
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    Alexis Georgacopoulos Blow Bowl
    A mouth blown glass bowl that uses rope as handles, Alexis Georgacopoulos’ Blow Bowl creates a contrast between the hard and soft, cold and warm materials. The bowl is supplied with both red and blue ropes allowing you to chose your preference. The mouth-blown glass bowl is perfect for use as an ice bucket or on the table as a fruit bowl. Likewise, the bowl is also a decorative object that looks great as a centerpiece or on a bookshelf.
  • DesignWright Blade Wine Accessory Set
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    DesignWright Blade Wine Accessory Set
    DesignWright’s Blade Wine Accessories Set is a convenient collection of essential wine tools. The kit brings together the innovative aerodynamic and ergonomic design of the Blade collection in a package fit for gifting. Available in a set of two or three pieces, the two piece set includes the Blade Twist Corkscrew and Decanting Pourer which are perfect for opening and enjoying your wine. The three piece set adds the Blade Vacuum Pump Stopper to prolong the life of your wine. The Twist Corkscrew is an easy and stylish way to open your wine and utilizes practical wings to ensure control over the bottle as you remove the cork. The Decanting Pourer oxygenates the wine for optimum taste. For prolonged life of your wine, the Pump Stopper removes air from the bottle to prevent oxidation and includes two stoppers. The Blade Wine Accessory Set will have you prepared to enjoy a variety of wines at home.
  • Jakob Wagner Cool Coat Picnic
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    Jakob Wagner Cool Coat Picnic
    Take advantage of pleasant weather and bring your chilled wine along with Jakob Wagner’s Cool Coat Picnic. The handy traveler is made of sturdy cloth that does not allow condensation from the bottle to soak through. It has thick padding and an accompanying removable cooling pad that can be chilled in the freezer before use. Cool Coat Picnic can be completely closed with a durable zipper and also features a solid handle, reflector tape and a shock-absorbing, waterproof rubber base that enables it to stand stably and remain dry. Simply put, every detail has been thought of, including a small inside pocket for a corkscrew.
  • Norm Cool Breather Carafe
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    Norm Cool Breather Carafe
    Norm’s Menu Cool Breather is an ingenious carafe that does for white wine what has long been considered an absolute must-do for red wine. This revolutionary innovation from Menu aerates and opens up the wine, accelerating the aroma experience and upgrading the taste sensation in one swift process. An integrated re-usable cooling stick in the carafe keeps the aerated white wine fresh and cool. Place the wine bottle on the table and attach the carafe to the bottleneck. Turn the bottle and carafe over to experience the bubbling sound of the white wine aerating through the neck and down the carafe. The integrated aeration is one of the most effective designs on the market today, handily beating other aerators in a Eurofins aeration test.
  • DesignWright Blade Vacuum Pump Stopper
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    DesignWright Blade Vacuum Pump Stopper
    Give longer life to wine leftovers by sucking the air out of the bottle to prevent oxidation. DesignWright’s Blade Vacuum Pump Stopper is a dynamic and attractive design that is a must have for any wine lover. Simply place the pump over the top of the airtight cork in the bottle and lift the top with your finger. The rubber coated surface provides a secure grip on the aerodynamic design and the pump comes with two corks.
  • Norm Winebreather Carafe
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    Norm Winebreather Carafe
    An ingenious way to oxygenate your wine, Norm’s Winebreather Carafe allows you to seamlessly pour the wine directly from the bottle into the carafe. Remarkably, in under two minutes, you can achieve the same aeration that typically would take one to two hours to complete by using a traditional carafe. Simply press the decanter onto the top of an opened bottle of wine and flip it over so the wine pours into the carafe. You can serve the wine directly from the beautifully designed carafe, or flip it back over once it's done to pour the aerated wine back to serve directly from the original bottle. The Winebreather Carafe is the most effective wine aerator on the market and was the undisputed winner of a Eurofins aerating test.
  • Jakob Wagner Flow Milk Jug
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    Jakob Wagner Flow Milk Jug
    A simple form that reflects the function of the object, Jakob Wagner’s Flow Milk Jug is a refreshingly simple object for the table. The designer sought to create a harmonious form from four elements: one hole to fill the jug, one hole to pour from, a low center of gravity and a generous form for comfortable grip. The resulting design is pure and elegant with soft curves made from pleasant material. Reduced to its essential form, the milk jug is uncomplicated and gives away its function as soon as you view it. Available in two sizes, the jug is perfect for serving milk for coffee or tea with the smaller version or for cereal and breakfasts with the larger version.
  • DesignWright Blade Waiter's Corkscrew
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    DesignWright Blade Waiter's Corkscrew
    Designed to open wine bottles with ease, DesignWright’s Blade Waiter’s Corkscrew is a simple tool that functions seamlessly. With a rubberized surface, the corkscrew fits snugly in your hand ensuring a good grip as you remove the cork from your wine. The tool's design is aerodynamic and ergonomic, with a pleasantly angled body that requires less energy to operate. The light and stable corkscrew is also robust and features a bottle opener and foil knife.
  • Thomas Eurlings Fading Mirror
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    Thomas Eurlings Fading Mirror
    Created by Amsterdam designer Thomas Eurlings, the Fading Mirror has a printed gradient under the glass to give a soft-focus reflection. Creating a dream-like image, the mirror triggers daily delight. Screen-printed with a blurry, smoke-like frame, the reflective surface depicts images that look as if they are floating in a haze.
  • DesignWright Blade Twist Corkscrew
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    DesignWright Blade Twist Corkscrew
    Dynamic and attractive, DesignWright’s Blade Twist Corkscrew is an easy and stylish way to open your favorite bottle of wine. With its rubber coated surface, the harmonious ergonomic leaf shape makes the corkscrew easy and comfortable to hold. Practical wings ensure control over the bottle and the Teflon-coated spiral. The two sides of the corkscrew hide a smart magnetic lock that causes the corkscrew components to swivel back into place after use and remain there while the corkscrew is stored in the drawer.
  • Harri Koskinen Cosy Table Lamp
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    Harri Koskinen Cosy Table Lamp
    Made from a single material, Harri Koskinen’s Cosy Table Lamp glows warm light from its entire surface. Influenced by the archetypal silhouette of a traditional table lamp, the designer has altered the proportions and modernized the form by only using glass. Made of mouth blown opal glass, the pure form of the table lamp provides cozy lighting for the interior. Available in two sizes, multiple table lamps may be stacked or placed together to create a landscape of light.
  • Sebastian Bergne Pinocchio Salad Bowl
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    Sebastian Bergne Pinocchio Salad Bowl
    Named after the beloved children’s character, Sebastian Bergne’s Pinocchio Salad Bowl features a protruding wood handle influenced by the puppet’s famous nose. Made in solid beech, the bowl is perfect for serving salads and other foods. The wood features rich texture and coloration which highlights the beauty of the natural material.
  • Achille Castiglioni Servomanto Coat Rack
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    Achille Castiglioni Servomanto Coat Rack
    An icon of modern design by one of Italy’s most celebrated designers, the Servomanto Coat Rack by Achille Castiglioni is an enduring classic still relevant today. Featuring a tubular vertical post with six arms to hold coats, scarves and bags, Servomanto is a functional accessory for the home whether in the entryway or bedroom. Part of the comprehensive Servi family of objects by Castiglioni, the Servomanto Coat Rack shows the modularity and standardization characteristic of the master designer. Inserted at different angles into three sockets in the standard steel rod of the Servi series are pairs of large rounded coat-hooks. Servomanto is topped by a ring that serves as a hat peg, and is stabilized by a weighted base. All parts of the coat rack are made of white, black or aluminum-finish enameled steel.
  • Chiaki Murata Soh Folding Calculator
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    Chiaki Murata Soh Folding Calculator
    A desktop item with a single purpose, Chiaki Murata's Soh calculator elegantly and efficiently serves its intended purpose. Without the distraction of having to use a mobile phone or computer as a calculator, Soh is reminiscent of days-gone-by in spirit while its design is contemporary and fresh. Soh is a foldable calculator that is designed from the perspective of providing a better improved viewing angle visibility and a higher increased portability. This thin but robust solar powered calculator can be easily folded and placed in a bag or pocket to be carried around for the ultimate in convenience when on the move.
  • Monique Engelund Barcelona Bird Feeder
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    Monique Engelund Barcelona Bird Feeder
    A unique and architecturally reverent bird house for your garden, Monique Engelund’s Barcelona Bird Feeder gives birds a well designed modern home. Referencing the famous legendary German architect Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion from 1929, the wooden home exudes geometric simplicity. The bird feeder is placed under the pavilion roof where you can safely and securely place the food on two stakes. The black basin represents a reflecting pool and is easy to remove to clean and refill with fresh water. Made of durable acacia wood from sustainable European forests, the stylish feeder is a welcome accessory to any outdoor space.
  • Maurizio Fardo Lala Towel Rack
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    Maurizio Fardo Lala Towel Rack
    An object reduced to its most essential form, Maurizio Fardo’s Lala Towel Rack adds functionality to the bathroom or changing area. With pure proportion and form, the understated towel rack is hand-crafted from fine wood. Lightweight yet durable, Lala is an excellent combination of form and function. Available in solid Palisander Rosewood or Ebony, the minimal towel rack highlights the beautiful nature of the material.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Eve Glass Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Eve Glass Vase
    Sinuous and pure, Vanessa Mitrani’s Eve Vase brings together divergent materials in a harmonious and natural way. Mouth-blown glass is formed before melted aluminum is added to complete the object; the glass, smooth and transparent, contrasts with the roughness and solidness of the metal. The juxtaposition works harmoniously and the end result is a unique piece of art glass.
  • Takumi Shimamura Woodum Coasters
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    Takumi Shimamura Woodum Coasters
    Takumi Shimamura combines 400-year old Japanese wood cutting techniques and historic kimono tapestry weaving with modern industrial processes to create the spectacularly thin Woodum range of wood placemats and coasters. The soft and durable coasters are made of a thin sheet of sliced wood which is soaked in resin making it both highly waterproof and scratch-proof. Backed with non-woven and non-slip fabric, the sheet is also extremely flexible and will not break when bent. The coasters retain the natural characteristic of wood and remain natural in appearance, giving a foundation to the glasses on the table.
  • Nendo Rokumaru Coat Rack
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    Nendo Rokumaru Coat Rack
    A poetic vision of a tree that becomes a coat rack, Nendo’s Rokumaru is a sculptural compliment for the home. The coat rack is marked by subtle interpretation of nature and Japanese symbolism: the six branches are the radii of an imaginary circle, the union of the Japanese words roku – six - and maru - circle. A geometric study, each piece is attached at 60 degree angles forming the whole circle. Rokumaru is simply perfect in its disguised complexity. The three legs have a rhomboidal section and the angled branches are cut at the ends to hang jackets and overcoats. Made of solid ash, the coat rack is available in natural or ebony stain finish.
  • Takumi Shimamura Woodum Placemats
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    Takumi Shimamura Woodum Placemats
    Takumi Shimamura combines 400-year old Japanese wood cutting techniques and historic kimono tapestry weaving with modern industrial processes to create the spectacularly thin Woodum range of wood placemats and coasters. Available in rectangular and round versions, the soft and durable placemats are made of a thin sheet of sliced wood which is soaked in resin making it both highly waterproof and scratch-proof. Backed with non-woven and non-slip fabric, the placemat is also extremely flexible and will not break when bent. The placemats retain the natural characteristic of wood and remain natural in appearance, giving a foundation to the dinnerware on the table.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Fakir Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Fakir Vase
    Vanessa Mitrani creates ethereal glass work that blurs the boundaries of sculptural art and functional design. With the Fakir Vase, the designer has created a sinuous and organic glass form featuring indentations that create inward spikes to hold flowers. The intriguing vase also may be used upside-down, filling the large form with water. The striking vase looks just as visually strong when not used for flowers also. The vase is made by the designer’s hand meaning no two objects are the same.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Double Ring Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Double Ring Vase
    Vanessa Mitrani combines mouth-blown glass and metal to create an organic, sinuous form. The Double Ring Vase features glass that is blown within metal rings; the constraint of the metal rings influences the final form of the vase. Mitrani’s work often deals with the union of uncommon materials, giving intrigue and uniqueness to each piece she makes. Since the vase is mouth-blown, no two are the same, resulting in a range of unique pieces available in a variety of vivid colors.
  • Vanessa Mitrani Spikes Vase
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    Vanessa Mitrani Spikes Vase
    A jagged collection of numerous spikes embrace a sinuous mouth-blown glass form creating a stunning juxtaposition for the senses. Vanessa Mitrani’s Spike Vase features a metal cuff which informs the shape of the glass. From this cuff, the spikes point outward and contrast with the smooth and bulbous form of the vase. An expert in her medium, the designer experiments with combining glass and unlikely materials together into harmonious and thought provoking pieces. Each vase is created by the designer herself and blurs the boundaries between collectable art and functional design.
  • DesignWright Titan LED Clock Radio
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    DesignWright Titan LED Clock Radio
    It is a traditional digital clock in many respects, yet this titanium radio clock stands alone in its sophistication and visual harmony. DesignWright's Titan LED Clock Radio appears lighter and softer than other digital designs, both in it's sleek, elongated shape and in the simple, balanced size of the left-aligned numbers. The unique design conceals the LED display within the speaker grill. At the same time, Titan offers all of the features one would look for in any digital clock radio - AM/FM settings, snooze bar, an auto-dimmer, six recordable radio stations, electronic volume, a telescopic antenna, and an MP3 amplifier. In a salute to sustainability, time and frequencies are displayed by LED light.
  • Bindewerk Inspirations Sketchbook
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    Bindewerk Inspirations Sketchbook
    In today’s digital world, our phones, laptops and tablets have become essential items we carry with us daily. But what about handwritten notes, sketches and thoughts? The culture of writing on fine paper is celebrating a comeback and Bindewerk’s hand bound Inspirations Sketchbook combines quality and style in one sturdy and thoughtful package. Made from 120g paper, the German-bound sketchpad works well with dry media like graphite and colored pencils or pastel and charcoal. Bound in heavy black board, the notepad is topped off with an elastic band to keep the journal neat and orderly. Available in two sizes with smaller A5 and larger A4 sized paper.
  • L'Atelier du Vin Oeno Box Collector
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    L'Atelier du Vin Oeno Box Collector
    A complete and luxurious set of L’Atelier du Vin’s most iconic pieces, the Oeno Box Collector features tools to make the opening, preserving and tasting of wines and champagnes more enjoyable. Housed in a custom oak and leather box and featuring a folded map of Europe’s wine regions, six tools from the legendary French company are brought together in one kit. For opening, the kit includes a champagne cork opener, a foil cutter for wine bottles and the patented Chic Monsieur corkscrew. Additionally, the set contains the Gard’vin On/Off Wine Preserver and the Model 54 Cork for preserving the taste of open wine. As for serving, the pourer-sheet spout oxygenates the wine as it flows out of the bottle. Bringing the best in wine appreciation tools together, the set is the perfect gift for the wine lover in your life.
  • Alain Lee & Ming Yang Z Light LED Desk Lamp
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    Alain Lee & Ming Yang Z Light LED Desk Lamp
    Aluminum and bamboo unite in the Z Light LED Desk Lamp by Ming Yang & Alain Lee. Precise and linear in form, the minimal lamp provides direct task lighting by way of advanced LED technology. Reduced to its most essential form, this light is visually and operationally intuitive. Beyond looks, the lamp’s minimum of materials combine with efficient production and LED technology making the desk lamp and environmentally friendly object. The bamboo part can be separated from the base to be placed in one of two positions offering different height. The LED and technical components are embedded in the extremely slim bamboo arm while the base is made of brushed anodized aluminum. The combination of materials and attention to environmental concern reflects the modern lifestyle.
  • Jonah Takagi Peg Wall Coat Hook
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    Jonah Takagi Peg Wall Coat Hook
    The coat hook becomes an element of style and personality with Peg, Jonah Takagi’s colorful wooden accessory. Simple and linear, the coat hook is made in ash wood and painted in different colors. Adding a few together creates bright and fun combinations on the wall. The paint is applied so that the graining is still visible, retaining the natural characteristics of the material. The multifunctional coat hook is ideal for hanging hats, coats, bags and even scarves in your hallway.
  • Bindewerk Journalist Notepad
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    Bindewerk Journalist Notepad
    In today’s digital world, our phones, laptops and tablets have become essential items we carry with us daily. But what about handwritten notes, sketches and thoughts? The culture of writing on fine paper is celebrating a comeback and Bindewerk’s Journalist Notepad combines quality and style in one easily pocketable package. Made from 120g paper, the German-bound notepad features a practical perforation to easily remove single pages. Bound in heavy black board, the notepad is topped off with a colored elastic band to keep the journal neat and orderly.
  • DesignWright Lumo Projection Alarm Clock
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    DesignWright Lumo Projection Alarm Clock
    A small alarm clock with a special surprise, DesignWright’s Lumo Projection Alarm Clock can project the time onto the wall or ceiling in the dark. Designed with clean lines and a soft-touch rubberized surface, the minimal form of Lumo features a rotating arm which can be adjusted to project the time. Rotating 180 degrees, the projecting arm can turn to focus on the wall or ceiling making seeing the time while lying in bed easy. On the front of the clock, a digital display tells the time and also displays the alarm time when the alarm is set. The unique functions and subtle design make this a worthy clock for any design lover.
  • L'Atelier du Vin Universal Developer
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    L'Atelier du Vin Universal Developer
    Designed for glasses and carafes, the Universal Developer from L'Atelier Du Vin means that finally, each person can have a glass or carafe of wine aerated according to their personal tastes. While running over the side of Universal Developer, the wine is gently oxygenated and fully releases its flavors. Tasting is optimized and there is no need to fill up a carafe that you won’t finish and the flavor can be adjusted according to the tastes of each person. For intense oxygenation, the Universal Developer can be used once into the carafe, then a second time into the glass.
  • Klaar Prims Amorf Colored Glass Vase
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    Klaar Prims Amorf Colored Glass Vase
    Freely formed organic vessels, Klaar Prims Amorf Vases are mouth-blown by the Belgian designer in a range of vibrant colors. The sinuous shapes are contrasted with a sharp, polished edge which creates an interesting visual tension. The thick, transparent glass glows as it is lit, radiating a sensual coloration around the vessel as light passes through. Since each glass object is made by hand, no two vessels are the same making each one its own work of art. Originally trained as an interior designer, Prims found herself repeatedly integrating elements of glass into her work and a decade ago began to immerse herself in the craft of designing and making glass objects.
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