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Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Sen by Nicolas Gwenael for Agape

Brushed anodized aluminium taps available in grey or black finish, with autonomous controls, to match accessories in the range by the same name. The Sen system includes wall-mounted taps, a flexible hand shower, a shower column, surface-mounted taps and floor-mounted spouts. The accessories include holders for small objects in various sizes, a soap dispenser and towel holder. Suitable for use with the bathtub, washbasin or sanitary fittings, Sen stamps its distinctive mark on any space in which it is fitted.

Sen, by Nicolas Gwenael, Curiosity, for Agape

Forest of Woods by Mark Giglio

Different types of scrap wood turned into a forest.

Forest of Woods, by Mark Giglio, Pen Pencil Stencil

Tsu Tsu by Soichiro Nomiyama & Hiroki Tsuji

Soichiro Nomiyama & Hiroki Tsuji have designed a set of stackable vessels made from very thin porcelain. Tsu Tsu is made in Arita, the traditional center pottery-making in Japan.

Tsu Tsu, by Soichiro Nomiyama & Hiroki Tsuji

Corona Globes by Nendo

Watanabe Kyogu makes high-spec, hand-applied globes at their educational products firm in Soka, Saitama Prefecture outside of Tokyo. Nendo wanted to take full advantage of Watanabe Kyogu’s high level of craftsmanship. They were also interested in creating a new kind of globe that would be more emotional, rather than simply presenting information. By reducing the amount of information, and rendering the oceans in white and land masses in black, the corona globe highlights the reliefs of islands and coastlines.

Corona Globes, by Nendo

United Crystal Woods by Marcel Wanders for Baccarat

A new collection by dutch designer Marcel Wanders was recently presented at Maison et Objet, by the crystal company Baccarat. Marcel Wanders is a self-professed hedonist of great wines. Working with an Oenologist, he has designed L’ivresse des Bois, a series of glasses consisting of a burgundy, bordeaux and champagne glasses. he has added some humor to the turned crystal stems by including his favorite seal. He has also designed a series of clear crystal candlesticks and vases made from deeply cut crystal.

United Crystal Woods: ‘L’ivresse des Bois’ (Drunken Woods), ‘Les Rois de la Forêt’ (Kings of the Forest), ‘La Forêt des Songes’ (Forest of Dreams), ‘Les Esprits des Bois’ (Spirits of the Woods), by Marcel Wanders, for Baccarat
via: designboom

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Trick Stick by Frey + Boge for Nils Holger Moormann

Trick Stick coat hanger is made of three sticks, joined without tools, using a traditional japanese wooden joint.

Trick Stick, by Patrick Frey, Markus Boge, for Nils Holger Moormann

L’ accueil by Arnaud Lapierre

Arnaud Lapierre has been named the winner of Cinna Maison Française, with L’ accueil. The unit is composed of three articulated structures: a LED light source and two plates which can be arranged in different positions. Intended for entry areas as a plateau for daily objects: keys, letters, things not to forget, as well as a place for other things of lesser importance. (Eames House Bird not included)

L’ accueil, by Arnaud Lapierre

Radio Canada by Science + Sons

Inspired by the CBC’s iconic logo, Radio Canada also pays homage to the national broadcaster’s dedicated listening audience. With a tuner hidden on the bottom of the radio, users can preset their local CBC stations. Once programmed, the radio’s oversized toggle switch flips between Radio One and Radio Two – because what else do you need?

Radio Canada, by Science + Sons, via: The Canadian Design Resource

Saucer by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch

Recently launched at imm Cologne, Saucer is a bent wire coat hook and a round plate for keys and pocket litter.

Saucer, by Eric Degenhardt, for Schönbuch, Photography by Tillmann Franzen

Stickpecker: It’s Not What You Think

The concept is simple, a homage to the forest creatures. Secured together by a magnet the chopsticks snap apart and are made in the shape of a woodpecker and wood.

Stickpecker, by Microworks

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