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Salad Servers by Konstantin Grcic

‘Certamente’ Salad Servers, by Konstantin Grcic, for Zani Serafino

Spoutnik

Spoutnik, by Guillaume Bardet, for ligne roset

Iris Table by BarberOsgerby

The Iris Table, constructed to resemble its moniker, is made from slightly different shades of anodized aluminum components.

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Iris Table, by BarberOsgerby, for Established and Sons

Trompe l`oi


Trompe l´oi is a mirror and shelf unit in one.

Trompe l`oi Mirror, by Atelier Oi, for Röthlisberger

Containers for Bulthaup

We love the clear design, functionality and craftsmanship of these containers designed for Bulthaup kitchens.

Containers, for Bulthaup

Atomium Light

Atomium, by Hopf & Wortmann for Kundalini

Naoto Fukasawa Bathtub

The first large mono-block moulded bathtub without joining points. The basin is moulded and integrated in the entire volume of the bathtub. The lateral water supply is like a water fall.

Terra, by Naoto Fukasawa, for Boffi
Monograph: Naoto Fukasawa

VOW!

Some products from the stand of VOW, Finland at Salone Satellite and Milan Design Week.

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Kloe by Marco Acerbis

A rotational moulded nylon or polyethylene armchair.

Kloe by Marco Acerbis, for Desalto

Paper Birdie chaise

This Paper Birdie prototype differs from the production model; later examples feature a thin, upholstered cushion and a chromed underside. Sold with certificate of origin signed by Flip Sellin.

Prototype Paper Birdie chaiser, $4200, by Flip Sellin at Wright Gallery

Editor's Picks

Bell Side Table
Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mould, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence in 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. [more...]

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Karuselli Lounge Chair
“Without question my favourite piece of interior design, and undoubtedly the most comfortable chair I’ve ever sat in. I like to retire to one with a cigar and a stiff drink as frequently as possible." - Sir Terence Conran. [more...]

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