Wire Vase is a matt ceramic vase perfectly combining tradition with technology. The ornamental motif – geometric lines engraved in its surface – is based on the lines of the 3D modelling software.
Wire Vase, by Filippo Dell´Orto, for Sphaus
A very successful interpretation of the barstool, Lem is highly adaptable to contract and home environments. Stool with swivel seat and adjustable height with gas spring.
Lem, by Tomoko Azumi, Shin Azumi, for Lapalma
A winner of the Compasso d’ Oro, this injection molded stacking side table appropriate for indoor/outdoor use.
Often created by molding clay into muscular forms, Bellini has said that designing a chair is “infinitely more complex than designing a skyscraper”.
Tavollini, by Mario Bellini, for Heller
Matthias Pliessnig famous for his bent furniture, has launched his latest chaise lounge called the Providence. The Desginer seating morphs together two different forms into one so that while a person can sit upright on one end, it also allows another person to lounge on the otherside. The furniture is made from steamed bent oak.
Often overlooked and a common sight in every sushi bar and maybe even lurking in the back of your refrigerator, this package design is now included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA). The dispenser is equipped with the essential functions as a soy sauce dispenser such as easy to pour (on two sides!) and a non-drip spout. The company has shipped to date over 250-million units.
Designed in 1961 by Kenji Ekuan. (Japanese, born 1929) and GK Design Group. Kikkoman Soy Sauce Dispenser. Glass and polystyrene plastic, Manufactured by Kikkoman Corporation, Japan.
Kikkoman Soy Sauce Dispenser, by Kenji Ekuan, for GK Design Group