Jenaer Glas heart

Bohemia Cristal by Jenaer Glas

Electric Shaver for Philips Personal Care by Michiel Cornelissen

Angels Sing by Jurianne Matter

cattelan italia jolly glass side table|graphite. Brand: Stock Designed by: Cà nova design

Pi-no Pi-no vases by Maija Puoskari. Sections of these glass vases by Finnish designer Maija Puoskari can be stacked and swapped to create different vessels for flowers.

Young, modern and fashionable. Perfect for the living room and ideal for the bedroom. Four versions: round and square, available in two different heights. For those who love a avantguarda style. Base in solid oak stained melange or mat lacquered. The top is available in oak mélange, walnut, matt lacquer, glossy lacquer, marble Travertino Silver Brown, Calacatta Oro, white Carrara, Emperador or Basaltite stone.

SPUN Bird Feeder
Hand turned solid feeder has two troughs – one covered for seed & one on top for water. Suspended on tension wire.
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Contardi Kubrick Pendant light

Sara & Bob Lamps by Dan Yeffet heart

Eclectic by Tom Dixon

Muuto, Anna van der Lei, Laura Timosaari



Joseph Joseph bread bin

Alessi ASG117 Josephine Banana timer

Jenaer Glas tea pot, EDITION WAGENFELD

The Faro Mug designed by Kosei Shirotani for Kinto is an elegant solution for those who find it wasteful to put on a whole pot of coffee for just a single serving. This personal-sized drip coffee maker will make a single cup of perfectly brewed java without any excess waste or unnecessary flash. Its name, “Faro,” is the Italian word for lighthouse, an obvious reference to its silhouette. It is a modular system made of fine porcelain; the detachable filter fits a small coffee pot, a mug, or a cup. If you are on the go, use the cup with a small handle, it has a double wall design that keeps the coffee hot, while still remaining cool on the outside. With the convenient lid, you can take a fresh pot of coffee anywhere with the Faro Mug.

Loop Table Lamp Black Circle

Yupik lamp, design 2013 by Form Us With Love for Fontana Arte

Claude Saos. La Lampada

Lucky, a minimalist modern highchair by Puusepänliike Hannes, Finland


Steamer Ding, Office for Product Design, Nicol Boyd und Tomas Rosén

Office for Product Design
Dual is a serving tray with two distinct characters. It is crafted from an oak veneered moulded plywood frame in which a double sided laminate board is suspended – one side glossy white and the other matte black. Beyond the obvious colour contrast and the functional requirements for carrying, ‘Dual’ can also be seen as a presentation platform. The frame and slightly elevated horizontal plane gives the tray an almost plinth like quality which helps to subtly formalise whatever is placed upon it.