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Quistgaard Sculptural Pepper Mills

April 11th, 2009 link to (permalink)

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by Dwell StaffIf you dig through your parents’ kitchen cupboards, chances are you’ll find a Jens Quistgaard design. Although “Quistgaard” never became a household name, the company he cofounded and the pepper mills he created brought Danish modernism to the American table.

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Greening Up by Ji-Hye Koo

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Link in Italian – but the design is self explanatory

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matthias demacker: formula.series for area declic

April 10th, 2009 link to (permalink)

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‘formular.chair’ by matthias demacker for area declic german designer matthias demacker introduces a new piece of the formula.series for area declic, at the milan design week 2009. the ‘formula.chair’, made of plastic, is for indoor and outdoor use. the wing like sides create a mould to sit in.’

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Clusterlamp by Moooi

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I was searching for light fixtures for work this morning and came across the clusterlamp from Moooi. It is a neat mash-up of a couple different sockets and an assortment of lamps. I think I could have a lot of fun with a fixture like this one.

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Snaidero’s Kube Kitchen

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For more than 60 years Snaidero has been designing functional and fashionable kitchens that proudly bear the motto “Made In Italy.” In 2008, their Kube Collection won the historic Good Design Award from the Athenaeum of Chicago—and for good reason.

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Bel-Air: Bio Air Purifier

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“In a sense, it renders plants ‘more intelligent’.” Referred to as a mobile mini green-house or living filter, Bel-Air “absorbs and metabolizes noxious chemicals and particles from the air that circulates in our homes,” according to Le Laboratoire.

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Casa Nova Lima: by Danilo Matoso

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Architect Danilo Matoso seems to have used all his craft, designing prowess and imagination when he built the Casa Nova Lima.

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pandora design: white_collection

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‘white collection’ by pandora design on the occasion of the milan design week 09, pandora design exhibits its new collection for the temporary table in a white version with a special biodegradable material, enhanced with a glossy surface finishing.’

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Morfojet Armchair takes furniture to new heights

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We have already parked some interesting automotive designs (in form of furniture) in our living places, giving them an amazingly unique and fresh look while enhancing the décor.

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mance: ‘slim’ and ‘spindlehog’ light

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‘slim’ lights by mance design opal polycarbonate australian studio mance created ‘slim’ and ‘spindlehog’ light. ‘slim’ light needs only to be attached at on end so doesn’t need any support. ‘slim’ comes in 153 colors.

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Kyoto Box Wins Climate Change Challenge

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Think humankind discovering fire was revolutionary? How about a cardboard box that uses the sun’s rays to cook without burning firewood? That’s precisely what the Kyoto Box, a cardboard solar cooker, can do.

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The Luna Chair by Andreas Varotsos for Varangis

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Andreas Varotsos has designed the Luna chair for the Greek manufacturer Varangis. From Varangis: This innovative chair, paying tribute to Arne Jacobsen’s inspired futuristic designs from the 1950s, explores the symbolic, expressive and ornamental properties of flowing, curvilinear line as an…

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RIBBED CAFE

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I like to check out the products on Autoban, but I noticed the recent addition of The House Cafe Kanyon to their interior section.

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Nathalie Deroue Ceramics

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 Here comes some more wonderful ceramic, this time from french ceramist Nathalie Derouet. It’s very different to the work of Apparatu I introduced to you the other day. When I found out about Nathalie Derouet’s work on the lovely blog hoping for happy accidents I just wanted to see more of it.

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Panama House by Marcio Kogan

April 9th, 2009 link to (permalink)

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Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan plays with space in a way that makes you think that if he ever gets bored, a second career as a movie set designer awaits.

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Origen Lamp Made From Upcycled Egg Crates

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With Easter on its way, those of us who engaged in egg-dying festivities are likely to have lots of empty egg crates lying around. Rather than tossing them in the trash (or compost bin!), why not follow Federico Otero’s example and transform them into elegant examples of DIY design.

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adel abdessemed: RIO

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adel abdessemed: RIO david zwirner gallery, new york april 3 – may 9, 2009 david zwirner gallery in new york is currently presenting the first american gallery exhibition by adel abdessemed in all three of its main gallery spaces.

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The Pyramid Modular Bookcase from Fitting

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Fitting, an Italian manufacturer of shelving and bookcases, will introduce its latest products at the upcoming 2009 Milan Furniture Fair, including the Pyramid modular aluminum bookcase. Visit the Fitting website – here.

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S bed

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The Urano bed by Leonardo Dainelli.

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Smash it to open – CD potato starch packaging

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Are you stressed? Do you need stress relief? Then you will like a CD package like this. It is made of potato starch and so is easy to be break. What’s more, the original purpose of this package is to let you break it. OK, go ahead. Break it and relieve you your stress.

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Mickey Mouse TV stand

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Ask any kid for this thing and you won’t hear a ‘NO’. If you think that old TV stand in your kids’ room is kinda boring, why not replace it with the Mickey Mouse TV stand from the house of Pacini Cappellini?

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Valcucine – Artematica Vitrum yellow

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Artematica Vitrum is a veritable cooking machine The doors of Artematica Vitrum are constructed using a lightweight and resistant aluminium frame fitted with a matt or gloss glass front that can be coloured or simply etched.

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