www.designhousestockholm.com  
Stig Ahlström’s ”Pick Up” are both serving tongs and chopsticks. “Pick Up” can be used throughout the kitchen for cooking, eating and serving.
designer: Stig Ahlström
size: 26 cm
product details: Jamjuree wood

www.designhousestockholm.com  

Stig Ahlström’s ”Pick Up” are both serving tongs and chopsticks. “Pick Up” can be used throughout the kitchen for cooking, eating and serving.

  • designer: Stig Ahlström
  • size: 26 cm
  • product details: Jamjuree wood
www.beetleandflor.com
Founded by Christine Facella in 2007, Beetle & Flor is a Brooklyn based design studio which focuses on creating unique handmade items for the home. The North American Wildlife series grew out a love of the natural world, and dates back to the days when Christine worked as a freelance artist at the Museum of Natural History in NY, where she drew countless turtle skulls. Proceeds from B&F’s products support design projects with artisans in disadvantaged communities. Cast in unglazed porcelain, this skull has a beautiful matte white finish. It is rendered to anatomical perfection with the skull and lower mandible (jaw) as two separate pieces. The teeth are glazed in either clear gloss or gold luster which contrasts with the otherwise raw finish. Measures: 9 inches long x 5.5 inches wide x 4 inches tall

www.beetleandflor.com

Founded by Christine Facella in 2007, Beetle & Flor is a Brooklyn based design studio which focuses on creating unique handmade items for the home. The North American Wildlife series grew out a love of the natural world, and dates back to the days when Christine worked as a freelance artist at the Museum of Natural History in NY, where she drew countless turtle skulls. 

Proceeds from B&F’s products support design projects with artisans in disadvantaged communities. 

Cast in unglazed porcelain, this skull has a beautiful matte white finish. It is rendered to anatomical perfection with the skull and lower mandible (jaw) as two separate pieces. The teeth are glazed in either clear gloss or gold luster which contrasts with the otherwise raw finish. 

Measures: 9 inches long x 5.5 inches wide x 4 inches tall

www.areaware.com

Robot toys are usually made of plastic and require batteries - but not this one! Inspired by the Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles, the Cubebot is a non-traditional take on the toy robot by joining ancient Japanese traditions with contemporary toy culture.

Cubebots’s powerful hardwood frame can hold many poses, and his elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs make him impervious to breakage. When it’s time for him to rest, he folds into a perfect cube. An enduring classic that will withstand generations of play. 



designer: David Weeks
material: Sustainably Harvested Cherry Wood
dimensions: 9.5 inches tall with 13.55 inch arm span (at play); 3.5 x 3.5 inch cube (at rest)

www.areaware.com
Robot toys are usually made of plastic and require batteries - but not this one! Inspired by the Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles, the Cubebot is a non-traditional take on the toy robot by joining ancient Japanese traditions with contemporary toy culture.
Cubebots’s powerful hardwood frame can hold many poses, and his elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs make him impervious to breakage. When it’s time for him to rest, he folds into a perfect cube. An enduring classic that will withstand generations of play. 
  • designer: David Weeks
  • material: Sustainably Harvested Cherry Wood
  • dimensions: 9.5 inches tall with 13.55 inch arm span (at play); 3.5 x 3.5 inch cube (at rest)
www.hay.dk
In first instant it is the gripping tool for humans: the hand
Mute people use them as communication medium but also all the other people express something by hand signs or emphasize what they say with hand gestures.
Their usage is prohibited in a football match if it isn’t “the hand of God”, as it was in the world championship in 1986. Of course the origin of “the hand of God” dates back to religion, where it was a very traditional and wide spread religious symbol for the power of God and therefore ornaments numerous church windows and paintings. Many profane artists also concentrated on the hand, such as Albrecht Dürer in his image “best hands”.
Studying the co-ordination and movement as well as the proportions of hands is also very important to immortalize this image. This is why there are according hand models out of wood.
The Danish company Hay offers such a model of the hand with its “Wooden Hand”, which offers further usage possibilities. Whether as pen holder, as storage of rings and other jewelry or simply as decorative object in the living or working room – the functions of Wooden Hand are versatile.
The Wooden Hand is made out of high quality Samak wood and available in three different sizes. Also the pendant “Wooden Feet” is available suiting the Wooden Hand.
material: Samak wood
sizes: small 6 x 13.5 cm / medium 8 x 18 cm / large 9.6 x 22 cm

www.hay.dk

In first instant it is the gripping tool for humans: the hand

Mute people use them as communication medium but also all the other people express something by hand signs or emphasize what they say with hand gestures.

Their usage is prohibited in a football match if it isn’t “the hand of God”, as it was in the world championship in 1986. Of course the origin of “the hand of God” dates back to religion, where it was a very traditional and wide spread religious symbol for the power of God and therefore ornaments numerous church windows and paintings. Many profane artists also concentrated on the hand, such as Albrecht Dürer in his image “best hands”.

Studying the co-ordination and movement as well as the proportions of hands is also very important to immortalize this image. This is why there are according hand models out of wood.

The Danish company Hay offers such a model of the hand with its “Wooden Hand”, which offers further usage possibilities. Whether as pen holder, as storage of rings and other jewelry or simply as decorative object in the living or working room – the functions of Wooden Hand are versatile.

The Wooden Hand is made out of high quality Samak wood and available in three different sizes. Also the pendant “Wooden Feet” is available suiting the Wooden Hand.

  • material: Samak wood
  • sizes: small 6 x 13.5 cm / medium 8 x 18 cm / large 9.6 x 22 cm
www.erasedtapes.com
Nils Frahm, born on September 20th, 1982, had an early introduction to music. During his childhood he was taught to play piano by Nahum Brodski – a student of the last scholar of Tschaikowski. It was through this that Nils began to immerse himself in the styles of the classical pianists before him as well as contemporary composers.Today Nils Frahm works as an accomplished composer and producer from his Berlin-based Durton Studio, where he has worked and collaborated with many contemporaries such as Peter Broderick, Ólafur Arnalds, Anne Müller, Deaf Center, Efterklang and Dustin O’Halloran amongst other fellow musicians. His unconventional approach to an age-old instrument, played contemplatively and intimately, has won him many fans around the world. For a musician this early in his career, Frahm displays an incredibly developed sense of control and restraint in his work, catching the ear of many fans including Thom Yorke, who featured one of Nils’ songs in Radiohead’s HQ office chart.
In fall 2012 Nils Frahm suffered a painful accident after falling out of his bunk bed and breaking his left thumb – a disaster of epic proportions. After having four screws inserted into his thumb during surgery, the thirty year old was told to rest by a doctor, and to stay away from any kind of physical piano playing activity during the recovery period. The whole scenario of having a break – in more ways than one – is a musician’s worst nightmare come true. Any physical injury is a bad omen, especially with an avalanche of a schedule, not to mention the multiple upcoming performances on the near horizon. Fortunately, the doctor’s orders could not contain or even come close to preventing the power of music waiting for release. Facing the dry prospect of months without his piano, these were doctor’s orders that were never going to be obeyed. As a musician, Nils couldn’t resist.
Any negativity, mental agony and physical pain must have been erased, at least temporarily, as Frahm recorded these relatively short, but nonetheless incredibly beautiful piano compositions. The real sparkle to this brevity is that we are left wanting more, much more. Temptingly, the desire for just one more note lies slightly out of reach, but when listened to in its entirety, Screws ensures that our satiation is completely fulfilled. Once out of his cast, nine adored pieces were conceived, one representing each finger. Maybe the music is the medicine, a sipped spoonful of music helping the medicine to go down, because luckily for us the result is a dreamy dosage, played bravely, and unnoticeably, with nine fingers.
"i am sitting in front of a sheet of paper. my right hand is bending over my left thumb. the first day i got out of my cast i could bend it by 15°. now i am already at 50° and that makes me happy. things are going uphill…
as you can imagine, it is really bad news for a pianist when he gets diagnosed with a broken thumb. that day i was sitting in the emergency room, feeling rather dizzy while thinking of a zillion shows coming up and all the people involved around it. i realised in that moment how busy things have become. it is hard to turn down interesting projects and opportunities, since i surely love my work. it actually never felt like work. playing piano and playing it for wonderful people is the greatest joy i can imagine.
for a couple of days i felt like this all could be over. how pathetic. but hey – also feeling sorry for yourself has its place somewhere. all of a sudden i had so much time, an unexpected holiday. i cancelled most of my schedule and found myself being a little bored. even though my doctor told me not to touch a piano for a while, i just couldn’t resist. i started playing a silent song with 4 fingers on my left and the remaining 5 on my right hand. i set up one microphone and recorded another tune every other night before falling asleep.
the day i got rid of my cast i had recorded 9 little tunes. they have helped me feel less annoyed about my accident and reminded me that any good is something i can only achieve, when i am making the most out of what i’ve got.
thank you all for listening!
with lots of love,
nils”
Even with the disadvantage of a break, Frahm’s piano retains the sublime tone we are all familiar with, and it’s completely gorgeous. It’s also an inspiring listen, for our reactions often define us. If only for a second, they show the world who we really are. On Screws, Nils Frahm shows a bravery and an admirable determination that isn’t only chosen; it’s in the blood.
These are qualities not wholly unique to music; they often mirror our own souls in life. Screws is both a mirror, and music of belief, desire but above all, true love.
- James Catchpole for Fluid Radio

www.erasedtapes.com

Nils Frahm, born on September 20th, 1982, had an early introduction to music. During his childhood he was taught to play piano by Nahum Brodski – a student of the last scholar of Tschaikowski. It was through this that Nils began to immerse himself in the styles of the classical pianists before him as well as contemporary composers.

Today Nils Frahm works as an accomplished composer and producer from his Berlin-based Durton Studio, where he has worked and collaborated with many contemporaries such as Peter Broderick, Ólafur Arnalds, Anne Müller, Deaf Center, Efterklang and Dustin O’Halloran amongst other fellow musicians. His unconventional approach to an age-old instrument, played contemplatively and intimately, has won him many fans around the world. For a musician this early in his career, Frahm displays an incredibly developed sense of control and restraint in his work, catching the ear of many fans including Thom Yorke, who featured one of Nils’ songs in Radiohead’s HQ office chart.

In fall 2012 Nils Frahm suffered a painful accident after falling out of his bunk bed and breaking his left thumb – a disaster of epic proportions. After having four screws inserted into his thumb during surgery, the thirty year old was told to rest by a doctor, and to stay away from any kind of physical piano playing activity during the recovery period. The whole scenario of having a break – in more ways than one – is a musician’s worst nightmare come true. Any physical injury is a bad omen, especially with an avalanche of a schedule, not to mention the multiple upcoming performances on the near horizon. Fortunately, the doctor’s orders could not contain or even come close to preventing the power of music waiting for release. Facing the dry prospect of months without his piano, these were doctor’s orders that were never going to be obeyed. As a musician, Nils couldn’t resist.

Any negativity, mental agony and physical pain must have been erased, at least temporarily, as Frahm recorded these relatively short, but nonetheless incredibly beautiful piano compositions. The real sparkle to this brevity is that we are left wanting more, much more. Temptingly, the desire for just one more note lies slightly out of reach, but when listened to in its entirety, Screws ensures that our satiation is completely fulfilled. Once out of his cast, nine adored pieces were conceived, one representing each finger. Maybe the music is the medicine, a sipped spoonful of music helping the medicine to go down, because luckily for us the result is a dreamy dosage, played bravely, and unnoticeably, with nine fingers.

"i am sitting in front of a sheet of paper. my right hand is bending over my left thumb. the first day i got out of my cast i could bend it by 15°. now i am already at 50° and that makes me happy. things are going uphill…

as you can imagine, it is really bad news for a pianist when he gets diagnosed with a broken thumb. that day i was sitting in the emergency room, feeling rather dizzy while thinking of a zillion shows coming up and all the people involved around it. i realised in that moment how busy things have become. it is hard to turn down interesting projects and opportunities, since i surely love my work. it actually never felt like work. playing piano and playing it for wonderful people is the greatest joy i can imagine.

for a couple of days i felt like this all could be over. how pathetic. but hey – also feeling sorry for yourself has its place somewhere. all of a sudden i had so much time, an unexpected holiday. i cancelled most of my schedule and found myself being a little bored. even though my doctor told me not to touch a piano for a while, i just couldn’t resist. i started playing a silent song with 4 fingers on my left and the remaining 5 on my right hand. i set up one microphone and recorded another tune every other night before falling asleep.

the day i got rid of my cast i had recorded 9 little tunes. they have helped me feel less annoyed about my accident and reminded me that any good is something i can only achieve, when i am making the most out of what i’ve got.

thank you all for listening!

with lots of love,

nils”

Even with the disadvantage of a break, Frahm’s piano retains the sublime tone we are all familiar with, and it’s completely gorgeous. It’s also an inspiring listen, for our reactions often define us. If only for a second, they show the world who we really are. On Screws, Nils Frahm shows a bravery and an admirable determination that isn’t only chosen; it’s in the blood.

These are qualities not wholly unique to music; they often mirror our own souls in life. Screws is both a mirror, and music of belief, desire but above all, true love.

- James Catchpole for Fluid Radio

www.eleanorpritchard.com
Eleanor Pritchard´s delisciously woven blankets come in a couple of designs that jump out into the crowd. All are designed and sampled by Eleanor in her London studio and are then woven at a small traditional mill in Camarthenshire, Wales, from 100% pure new Scottish wool with a blanket stitch edging. The “Signal Blanket” shown here is characterized by bold geometrics with a strong graphic feel - referencing sound waves, radio transmission and morse code, this blanket has a white reverse face.
100% pure new Scottish wool
dark navy and white with mustard accent
150 x 180 cm approx.
stitch edging

www.eleanorpritchard.com

Eleanor Pritchard´s delisciously woven blankets come in a couple of designs that jump out into the crowd. All are designed and sampled by Eleanor in her London studio and are then woven at a small traditional mill in Camarthenshire, Wales, from 100% pure new Scottish wool with a blanket stitch edging. The “Signal Blanket” shown here is characterized by bold geometrics with a strong graphic feel - referencing sound waves, radio transmission and morse code, this blanket has a white reverse face.

  • 100% pure new Scottish wool
  • dark navy and white with mustard accent
  • 150 x 180 cm approx.
  • stitch edging
www.the-home-project.com
Founded in 2005, The Home Project is a design studio that focuses on finding solutions with an origin – responsible design innovation that unfolds from an exploration between people and place.It’s an integrated design practice that explores cultural research as an approach to authentic, engaged, sustainable material culture. Fueled by a curiosity and passion for technique and materials, it is also a sensitivity and value for tradition and the process of making.In a sense, Álbio Nascimento and Kathi Stertzig are designing a return to craft, but this is a revisit that credits technique and knowledge with the potential for renewed engagement and value.
The concept of all this is perfectly presented in The Home Project’s handcrafted salt holder. Made of quality, natural Portuguese olive wood, the dispenser was designed especially for the Algarve’s famous flor de sal and features a pleasingly multifunctional lid that, once removed, doubles as a spoon.
olive wood
handcrafted in South Portugal
6,9 cm x 3,5 cm / 5,9 cm x 5,5 cm (spoon)

www.the-home-project.com

Founded in 2005, The Home Project is a design studio that focuses on finding solutions with an origin – responsible design innovation that unfolds from an exploration between people and place.
It’s an integrated design practice that explores cultural research as an approach to authentic, engaged, sustainable material culture. Fueled by a curiosity and passion for technique and materials, it is also a sensitivity and value for tradition and the process of making.
In a sense, Álbio Nascimento and Kathi Stertzig are designing a return to craft, but this is a revisit that credits technique and knowledge with the potential for renewed engagement and value.

The concept of all this is perfectly presented in The Home Project’s handcrafted salt holder. Made of quality, natural Portuguese olive wood, the dispenser was designed especially for the Algarve’s famous flor de sal and features a pleasingly multifunctional lid that, once removed, doubles as a spoon.

  • olive wood
  • handcrafted in South Portugal
  • 6,9 cm x 3,5 cm / 5,9 cm x 5,5 cm (spoon)
www.muuto.com
The “Hang Around” kitchen utensils by KiBiSi combine form, function and craftsmanship. The wooden tools are precisely designed and crafted for a sleek modern look and improved functionality. The slit in the back lets you work freely in the kitchen, while your utensils hang out on your pots or pans.” 
material: white beech wood
dimensions: length 28,4 cm 

www.muuto.com

The “Hang Around” kitchen utensils by KiBiSi combine form, function and craftsmanship. The wooden tools are precisely designed and crafted for a sleek modern look and improved functionality. The slit in the back lets you work freely in the kitchen, while your utensils hang out on your pots or pans.” 

  • material: white beech wood
  • dimensions: length 28,4 cm 
www.miniforms.eu
Miniforms was born in Italy in the first 1970s as evolution of Inveta (Industria Veneta small tables), a company founded in year 1962 and producer of small tables and furnishing accessories. The end of the 1980s, Miniforms faces to the international market, expanding its production: are introduced the chairs, tables and bookcases, increasing the catalogue of new solutions for living. In year 2009 Mr. Luigi Bardini, Miniforms founder, sold the company to his son Mr. Alessandro, and Mr. Matteo and Mr. Mario, who now are investing in avant-garde production working with young talents of Italian design. The style to which inspires the company is close to the idea of a sober house, from authentic materials and in respect of the environment.The forms and colors are essential, clean and primary lines. The materials used range from solid wood to sheet steel, glass and aluminum, using environment compatible materials. On year 2010 Miniforms partecipates at the 49th International Furniture Exhibition in Milan, with a collection of twenty-two new products signed by designers such as Paul Capello, DZ Studio, Giopato and Coombes, Enrico Girotti, Claudio Lovadina, Andrea Lucatello, Mr. Smith.
The “Servolino” coffee table with removable tray easy to move once grasped the handle, that, in addition to its function, distinguishes its aesthetic.
This simply beautiful piece of design is available in the white, yellow, red or black
 • structure: oiled or painted white or black
 • top: white, black, red or yellow.
 • dimensions 40 cm x 40 cm x 54,7 cm

www.miniforms.eu

Miniforms was born in Italy in the first 1970s as evolution of Inveta (Industria Veneta small tables), a company founded in year 1962 and producer of small tables and furnishing accessories. The end of the 1980s, Miniforms faces to the international market, expanding its production: are introduced the chairs, tables and bookcases, increasing the catalogue of new solutions for living. In year 2009 Mr. Luigi Bardini, Miniforms founder, sold the company to his son Mr. Alessandro, and Mr. Matteo and Mr. Mario, who now are investing in avant-garde production working with young talents of Italian design. The style to which inspires the company is close to the idea of a sober house, from authentic materials and in respect of the environment.The forms and colors are essential, clean and primary lines. The materials used range from solid wood to sheet steel, glass and aluminum, using environment compatible materials. On year 2010 Miniforms partecipates at the 49th International Furniture Exhibition in Milan, with a collection of twenty-two new products signed by designers such as Paul Capello, DZ Studio, Giopato and Coombes, Enrico Girotti, Claudio Lovadina, Andrea Lucatello, Mr. Smith.

The “Servolino” coffee table with removable tray easy to move once grasped the handle, that, in addition to its function, distinguishes its aesthetic.

This simply beautiful piece of design is available in the white, yellow, red or black

structure: oiled or painted white or black

top: white, black, red or yellow.

dimensions 40 cm x 40 cm x 54,7 cm


www.laboutiquedanoise.com
Founded in 1954 by Peter Holme, La Boutique Danoise is currently led by Alain and Benjamin Chapuis. It is a stronghold of the present danish culture located in the heart of Paris. It assembles renowend artists and designers in every sector of danish furniture design and applied arts.
Here, the sought-after collector’s items infatuated not only visually but also impress with their high quality workmanship. Clean lines and precious materials such as walnut, beech and leather to give furniture and accessories an exclusive touch - perfect for all mid-century lovers who prefer a home to purist and timeless aesthetics.
The HORIZON desk by Nathan Young is made from solid American walnut wood. Thanks to the clean look only at a second glance it reveals its space wonderness: Hidden drawers provide useful office implements a safe home.
solid wood and veneered American walnut
dimensions: W 120 cm D 76 cm, H 96 cm
desk with 3 drawers at the top and 2 large drawers underneath the plate

www.laboutiquedanoise.com

Founded in 1954 by Peter Holme, La Boutique Danoise is currently led by Alain and Benjamin Chapuis. It is a stronghold of the present danish culture located in the heart of Paris. It assembles renowend artists and designers in every sector of danish furniture design and applied arts.

Here, the sought-after collector’s items infatuated not only visually but also impress with their high quality workmanship. Clean lines and precious materials such as walnut, beech and leather to give furniture and accessories an exclusive touch - perfect for all mid-century lovers who prefer a home to purist and timeless aesthetics.

The HORIZON desk by Nathan Young is made from solid American walnut wood. Thanks to the clean look only at a second glance it reveals its space wonderness: Hidden drawers provide useful office implements a safe home.

  • solid wood and veneered American walnut
  • dimensions: W 120 cm D 76 cm, H 96 cm
  • desk with 3 drawers at the top and 2 large drawers underneath the plate
www.venini.com
The “Bolle” bottles designed by Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala in 1968 for Venini are presenting the artistic “Incalmo” technique. 
The incalmo technique of making glass began in the sixteenth century when Italian glass makers wanted to achieve the look of two or three different colored sections of glass to make it appear as if it was one piece of glass. Venice was the center for this method of glass making and soon spread across Europe and eventually America, where highly skilled glass makers make this beautiful glassware.
Each piece of glass that is to be made into one is blown separately and must be the same width at the base or top where it is to be fused to another piece of glass. This second piece must be placed directly at the edge of the first piece and fit perfectly so there is no overlap with the edges. The finished piece is two or three bands of color in a vase or bowl, sometimes with an added decoration, but usually left plain. The final glassware can be for practical or decorative use.
Tapio Wirkkala became world famous as a glass and wood designer, taking his inspiration from the raw Finnish nature and landscape. For Wirkkala, no material was alien and he left no area of design unexplored. He worked in metals such as silver and copper, but also in porcelain and plastics. Tapio Wirkkalas design from the 1950’s reflects natures own forms such as leaves, mushrooms and melting ice. These forms with pure and elegant contours are easily recognized in the laminated birch dishes made in a technique called aeroplane veneer. This for Wirkkala so typical plywood was also used for larger sculptures. One of his plywood pieces was voted as the most beautiful object of the year in 1954. His artwork and unique objects are to be found in the worlds leading museums.
25 cm x 14 cm

www.venini.com

The “Bolle” bottles designed by Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala in 1968 for Venini are presenting the artistic “Incalmo” technique. 

The incalmo technique of making glass began in the sixteenth century when Italian glass makers wanted to achieve the look of two or three different colored sections of glass to make it appear as if it was one piece of glass. Venice was the center for this method of glass making and soon spread across Europe and eventually America, where highly skilled glass makers make this beautiful glassware.

Each piece of glass that is to be made into one is blown separately and must be the same width at the base or top where it is to be fused to another piece of glass. This second piece must be placed directly at the edge of the first piece and fit perfectly so there is no overlap with the edges. The finished piece is two or three bands of color in a vase or bowl, sometimes with an added decoration, but usually left plain. The final glassware can be for practical or decorative use.

Tapio Wirkkala became world famous as a glass and wood designer, taking his inspiration from the raw Finnish nature and landscape. For Wirkkala, no material was alien and he left no area of design unexplored. He worked in metals such as silver and copper, but also in porcelain and plastics. Tapio Wirkkalas design from the 1950’s reflects natures own forms such as leaves, mushrooms and melting ice. These forms with pure and elegant contours are easily recognized in the laminated birch dishes made in a technique called aeroplane veneer. This for Wirkkala so typical plywood was also used for larger sculptures. One of his plywood pieces was voted as the most beautiful object of the year in 1954. His artwork and unique objects are to be found in the worlds leading museums.

  • 25 cm x 14 cm
www.flos.com
Ronan Bouroullec (born 1971) and Erwan Bouroullec (born 1976) have been working together for about ten years now. Their collaboration is a permanent dialogue nourished by their distinct personalities and a shared notion of diligence with the intention to reach more balance and fineness.In 1997, they presented their Disintegrated Kitchen at the Salon du Meuble in Paris and were spotted by Giulio Cappellini, who gave them their first industrial design projects, notably the Lit clos (“Closed Bed”) and the Spring Chair. In 2000, Issey Miyake asked them to design a space for his new collection of A-Poc clothes in Paris. Then, the decisive meeting with chairman of Vitra Rolf Fehlbaum occurred which resulted in their conception of a new kind of office system, Joyn, in 2002. This was the beginning of a special partnership which has borne fruit in numerous projects, including Algues, the Alcove Sofa, the Worknest, the Slow Chair, the Vegetal or L’Oiseau. Since 2004, the Bouroullecs have also been working with Magis, for whom they have designed two complete furniture collections, Striped and Steelwood as well as additional projects such as the Baguette chair and the Central and Tambour tables. Finally, they have worked on several types of textile wall systems, such as the North Tiles and the Clouds, in close collaboration with the Kvadrat brand. In 2010, they debut two new collections for two new European editors: Ovale, a complete tableware collection for Alessi and Axor Bouroullec, a comprehensive collection for the bathroom area for Axor Hansgrohe. In 2011, they extend their array of partners and design the Piani lamps for Flos, the Losanges rug for Nani Marquina, the Osso chair for Mattiazzi and a collection of indoor/outdoor ceramic for Mutina.Today, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec design for numerous manufacturers, namely Vitra, Kvadrat, Magis, Kartell, Established and Sons, Ligne Roset, Axor, Alessi, Issey Miyake, Cappellini, Mattiazzi and more recently Flos and Mutina. At the same time, they maintain an experimental activity which is essential to the development of their work at Galerie kreo, Paris, where four exhibitions of their designs have been held between 2001 and 2012. They also embark on occasional architectural projects such as the Floating House in 2006, the Camper stores in Paris, Copenhagen and Rome (2009-2011), the Casa Camper Hotel’s restaurant, Dos Palillos, in Berlin (2010) and the Kvadrat showrooms in Stockholm (2006) and Copenhagen (2009).


The Piani collection for Flos is made of a flat base and a flat top. The base is either a tray so that objects can be displayed in a triangular beam of light as if they were on stage or in its longer version, a shelve so that more objects can be supported by this hybrid design. Piani comes in plastic as well as in oak wood and basalt stone in the shelving versions so that different sensual experiences are suggested.


Small version:ABS, LED light source with dimmer260 x 180 x 200 mmLarge version:Solid oak wood or basalt, LED light source with dimmer370 x 260 x 290 mmWall mounted shelf version:Solid oak wood or basalt, LED light source with dimmer1,450 x 280 x 295 mm/ 

www.flos.com

Ronan Bouroullec (born 1971) and Erwan Bouroullec (born 1976) have been working together for about ten years now. Their collaboration is a permanent dialogue nourished by their distinct personalities and a shared notion of diligence with the intention to reach more balance and fineness.

In 1997, they presented their Disintegrated Kitchen at the Salon du Meuble in Paris and were spotted by Giulio Cappellini, who gave them their first industrial design projects, notably the Lit clos (“Closed Bed”) and the Spring Chair. In 2000, Issey Miyake asked them to design a space for his new collection of A-Poc clothes in Paris. Then, the decisive meeting with chairman of Vitra Rolf Fehlbaum occurred which resulted in their conception of a new kind of office system, Joyn, in 2002. This was the beginning of a special partnership which has borne fruit in numerous projects, including Algues, the Alcove Sofa, the Worknest, the Slow Chair, the Vegetal or L’Oiseau. Since 2004, the Bouroullecs have also been working with Magis, for whom they have designed two complete furniture collections, Striped and Steelwood as well as additional projects such as the Baguette chair and the Central and Tambour tables. Finally, they have worked on several types of textile wall systems, such as the North Tiles and the Clouds, in close collaboration with the Kvadrat brand. In 2010, they debut two new collections for two new European editors: Ovale, a complete tableware collection for Alessi and Axor Bouroullec, a comprehensive collection for the bathroom area for Axor Hansgrohe. In 2011, they extend their array of partners and design the Piani lamps for Flos, the Losanges rug for Nani Marquina, the Osso chair for Mattiazzi and a collection of indoor/outdoor ceramic for Mutina.

Today, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec design for numerous manufacturers, namely Vitra, Kvadrat, Magis, Kartell, Established and Sons, Ligne Roset, Axor, Alessi, Issey Miyake, Cappellini, Mattiazzi and more recently Flos and Mutina. At the same time, they maintain an experimental activity which is essential to the development of their work at Galerie kreo, Paris, where four exhibitions of their designs have been held between 2001 and 2012. They also embark on occasional architectural projects such as the Floating House in 2006, the Camper stores in Paris, Copenhagen and Rome (2009-2011), the Casa Camper Hotel’s restaurant, Dos Palillos, in Berlin (2010) and the Kvadrat showrooms in Stockholm (2006) and Copenhagen (2009).

The Piani collection for Flos is made of a flat base and a flat top. The base is either a tray so that objects can be displayed in a triangular beam of light as if they were on stage or in its longer version, a shelve so that more objects can be supported by this hybrid design. Piani comes in plastic as well as in oak wood and basalt stone in the shelving versions so that different sensual experiences are suggested.

Small version:
ABS, LED light source with dimmer
260 x 180 x 200 mm

Large version:
Solid oak wood or basalt, LED light source with dimmer
370 x 260 x 290 mm

Wall mounted shelf version:
Solid oak wood or basalt, LED light source with dimmer
1,450 x 280 x 295 mm/ 

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The Chinese signs of the Zodiac consist of a 12 year cycle, each year is named after a different animal whose distinct characteristics affecting the respective year.
Many Chinese believe that the year of aperson`s birth is the primary factor in determining the person`s personality traits, physical, mental attributes and degree of success and happiness throughout his lifetime.
Dragons are eccentric and here life is complicated in every way. They have a very passionate nature and abundant health. Very late in life she married monkey or rat. The dog they avoid.
The MEISSEN Ming Dragon is one of the Manufactory’s best-known patterns.It dates back to 1740 and yet seems to be incomparably modern again today.
Since the early 13th century, Europe’s ruling houses had been importing porcelain at mind-boggling prices from China. Research aimed at cracking the secret of how porcelain was made commenced at Meißen early in the 18th century. Those involved were Johann Friedrich Böttger, Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus, the Freiberg Mining Counsellor Gottfried Pabst von Ohain and further mining and smelting specialists. The research was commissioned by Augustus the Strong, Elector Prince of Saxony and King of Poland.
The work proved successful. The first white porcelain was produced in 1708 under the direction of Johann Friedrich Böttger. Europe’s first porcelain had been born.
185 gr.
4,5 x 4,5 cm

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The Chinese signs of the Zodiac consist of a 12 year cycle, each year is named after a different animal whose distinct characteristics affecting the respective year.

Many Chinese believe that the year of aperson`s birth is the primary factor in determining the person`s personality traits, physical, mental attributes and degree of success and happiness throughout his lifetime.

Dragons are eccentric and here life is complicated in every way. They have a very passionate nature and abundant health. Very late in life she married monkey or rat. The dog they avoid.

The MEISSEN Ming Dragon is one of the Manufactory’s best-known patterns.
It dates back to 1740 and yet seems to be incomparably modern again today.

Since the early 13th century, Europe’s ruling houses had been importing porcelain at mind-boggling prices from China. Research aimed at cracking the secret of how porcelain was made commenced at Meißen early in the 18th century. Those involved were Johann Friedrich Böttger, Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus, the Freiberg Mining Counsellor Gottfried Pabst von Ohain and further mining and smelting specialists. The research was commissioned by Augustus the Strong, Elector Prince of Saxony and King of Poland.

The work proved successful. The first white porcelain was produced in 1708 under the direction of Johann Friedrich Böttger. Europe’s first porcelain had been born.

  • 185 gr.
  • 4,5 x 4,5 cm
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Just as the company’s products are handed down from family generation to family generation, so it, too, passes on the principles of Jenaer Glas design. And as with all modern design, its core concept is a constant, consisting of top quality and the finest in functional culture for shared enjoyment.
The establishment of the Jena Glaswerk in 1884 marked the dawning of a new era in glass design. The visionaries Otto Schott and Carl and Roderich Zeiss first created the technical prerequisites that would soon make a new development in utility culture possible. It was in Jena that the fi rst ever oven-proof household glass was invented: an ideal combination of style and function. In a creative dialogue, Bauhaus artists and Jena glass informed the modern face of product design. Quality products of functional design that are far removed from arbitrary, fast-moving fashion whims and still inform the face of the brand. Outstanding material properties and purpose-designed products have proved their success in recent times, too, of which design awards such as the Red Dot Award (2001), the IF Design Prize (2002) and the German Design Prize (2004) are eloquent proof. This unique tradition is now being continued by Zwiesel Kristallglas AG, the brand which took over the Jenaer Glas brand in 2006.
The famous tea pot by Wilhelm Wagenfeld has been designed at the Bauhaus in 1931 and it is among the design classics of modernity. The handmade parts of the tea pot are marked by the characteristic forms and the best glass-making crafts.
With the Wagenfeld tea pot of the Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition Jenaer Glas presents a genuine design classic outside of international museums. The tea pot is part of the tea service that has been designed in the early 1930s at the Bauhaus.
80 years after its development the tea pot is still an outstanding example of modern design. Its corpus resembles an elastic glass bubble that is slightly deformed by its own weight. The lid, muzzle and handle are developing from there as if constitutional and organic. The pieces are made from heat-resistant borosilicate glass and each one is unique. They are marked by a simple and functional design.
The Bauhaus design tea pot of the Wagenfeld tea service with the index number 61 is heat-resistant and suitable for dishwashing and microwave.

www.jenaer-glas.com

Just as the company’s products are handed down from family generation to family generation, so it, too, passes on the principles of Jenaer Glas design. And as with all modern design, its core concept is a constant, consisting of top quality and the finest in functional culture for shared enjoyment.

The establishment of the Jena Glaswerk in 1884 marked the dawning of a new era in glass design. The visionaries Otto Schott and Carl and Roderich Zeiss first created the technical prerequisites that would soon make a new development in utility culture possible. It was in Jena that the fi rst ever oven-proof household glass was invented: an ideal combination of style and function. In a creative dialogue, Bauhaus artists and Jena glass informed the modern face of product design. Quality products of functional design that are far removed from arbitrary, fast-moving fashion whims and still inform the face of the brand. Outstanding material properties and purpose-designed products have proved their success in recent times, too, of which design awards such as the Red Dot Award (2001), the IF Design Prize (2002) and the German Design Prize (2004) are eloquent proof. This unique tradition is now being continued by Zwiesel Kristallglas AG, the brand which took over the Jenaer Glas brand in 2006.

The famous tea pot by Wilhelm Wagenfeld has been designed at the Bauhaus in 1931 and it is among the design classics of modernity. The handmade parts of the tea pot are marked by the characteristic forms and the best glass-making crafts.

With the Wagenfeld tea pot of the Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition Jenaer Glas presents a genuine design classic outside of international museums. The tea pot is part of the tea service that has been designed in the early 1930s at the Bauhaus.

80 years after its development the tea pot is still an outstanding example of modern design. Its corpus resembles an elastic glass bubble that is slightly deformed by its own weight. The lid, muzzle and handle are developing from there as if constitutional and organic. The pieces are made from heat-resistant borosilicate glass and each one is unique. They are marked by a simple and functional design.

The Bauhaus design tea pot of the Wagenfeld tea service with the index number 61 is heat-resistant and suitable for dishwashing and microwave.

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These scissors from HAY MARKET are extremely useful in your kitchen, and so beautiful they dont deserve to be put away in the drawers. They are made of iron, and are available in 2 different sizes.
MATERIAL: iron
SIZE: lenght 14 cm or length 20 cm

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These scissors from HAY MARKET are extremely useful in your kitchen, and so beautiful they dont deserve to be put away in the drawers. They are made of iron, and are available in 2 different sizes.

  • MATERIAL: iron
  • SIZE: lenght 14 cm or length 20 cm