Long Mirror & Ash Hook by Soeder*
Created by Swiss Designer Isabell Gatzen, the simple hook uses inverted cone forms and oiled ash wood to create an elegantly level hanging space—the perfect accompaniment for the rounded corners of the long mirror and an understated take on an everyday essential. Common ground—designed for minimalistic everyday aesthetics.
Kolo Magnet Wall Lamp by Pani Jurek
As a designer who studied painting, Magda Jurek’s fusion of art and design for her Warsaw-based label Pani Jurek is personal. Created in collaboration with Piotr Musialowski, the conceptually designed KOLO Magnet Wall Lamp reacts to a magnet’s movement on the surface of the lamp and functions, in principle, a lot like an hourglass. Creating artful patterns and effects accompanied by a soft rustling sound, the sand within the KOLO begins to shift with every movement of the magnet for a continually changing level of low light that eventually fades to near darkness—making the KOLO not just an excellent bedroom accent piece for those who prefer subtle illumination while sleeping, but a piece of domestic installation art.
A unique piece created with bike-loving urbanites in mind, the Urban Wardrobe combines a powder-coated steel shelf with an oiled ash wood hanging rod, five clothing hooks hidden under a felt-lined tray, and a dedicated groove to keep your favourite cycle stylishly stored. Ideal for tight spaces, the included magnets will even keep important papers in sight.