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CH-Series

Due to its explicit shape and material this collection of garden furniture stands out in any natural environment. Every piece is made of impregnated wood that changes color with the seasons. Made only from wooden beams all pieces are solid and weather proof. The collection consist of a chaise longue that is surprisingly comfortable due to its ergonomic proportions and a chair CH002 and table CH003 that create a unique set for use outdoors.

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X-Ray Lights

X-Ray Lights take the iconic fixtures and make them the beautiful lamp shades.

Both brightness and form of light are quiet different depending on various properties of the light transmitted a lampshade. Also, an X ray light has the same properties like light of bulb. If the X ray light goes through the bulb, the bulb will show you the inside of it and a special symbol which the illumination made will be appeared simultaneously.

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Monster Unfinished

Pillow cases or monster you decide.

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TEXTile

22,528 recycled computer keycaps and 192 custom keycaps, fabric, customized active keyboard and interactive software, video projection and painted aluminum armatures.

In this interactive sculpture, thousands of recycled keyboard keys are embedded into a continuous textile. The keys spell out a line-by-line transcript of the email correspondence between the artist and fabricators regarding the creation of the artwork. As a result, the sculpture documents its own making. Viewers can also type their own messages on the active keys amid the first three rows of emails. These new messages are then projected onto the opposite end of the fabric, thereby continuing the virtual dialogue. The project speaks to the pervasiveness of email in our lives while commenting on the fact that, despite the modern technology of virtual communication, our written language is linked to the tactile sensation of moving our fingers over an outmoded typewriter system.

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Quooker

Quooker is a crane and a container from which it may boiling water directly from the tap. It all seems to function as a super-insulated water heaters in the mini format, the water is heated with electricity, and the facility will obviously be very energy efficient.

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Balloona Stool

Over 500 balloons are tied on a solid wood stool. Designer Natalie Kruch has a penchant for making the ordinary beautiful and intriguing. The Balloona Stool is Natalie’s first object with Umbra, after graduating from the University of Alberta, Canada.

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Fruit Loop

The fruit loop was developed by one of Melbourne’s young designers, Lisa Vincitorio. Born in Australia in 1983 and alum of RMIT University in Melbourne, Lisa approached Alessi at a design convention and later signed a contract. The fruit loop is constructed from 18/10 stainless steel, has a 13.5” diameter and a height of 3.5”.

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