The Concrete Pipeline Stem Vase, designed by Bertrand Jayr for Lyon Beton, is inspired by the urban city. Pipeline diverts the visible pipelines we see in the streets and creates a dialogue between the inside and the outside. This concrete stem vase allows an unexpected coexistence of nature and the city. This offbeat, decorative idea creates the illusion to be directly connected to city water.
Available in three sizes: Small, Medium and Large.
Lyon Beton specialises in designing and manufacturing concrete furniture and accessories. Fascinated by the technical and plastic possibilities of this material, Lyon Beton worked for 5 years to develop a unique type of concrete, reinforced with metal wire and fibre, specifically for the production of furniture. The end product is not only relatively light, but is also extremely hard wearing and easy to maintain; ideal for use indoors and outdoors, for both private and public spaces.
Metrobowl New York, designed by Frederik Roije, is a fruit bowl in the shape of Manhattan. Based on a 1:10,000 scale map of the city, the cast aluminium bowl shows the main arteries of the city including Broadway and the grand avenues with Central Park in the centre. Practical and quirky, the Metrobowl is a great way to bring the romance of travelling to your home and works especially well as a table centrepiece.
The Metrobowl is also available in an Amsterdam version.
Frederik Roije is a Netherlands based, internationally renowned designer with a growing collection of furniture, lighting and interior accessories. His products are characterised by slick, clean lines with minimalist designs punctuated by a dash of quirkiness. Frederik Roije is also an accomplished interior designer whose works are perfect showcases of his sophisticated and elegant style.
Folding trivet plays with form and function whilst protecting your table top from heat, cold and liquids. The wings are slim and aerodynamic, giving them a light and airy appearance. Trivets can be highly impractical when it comes to storage. But the baldes of the trivet can be folded together, just like a fan, to save space. Once folded it fits perfectly into the cutlery drawer. And naturally it is just as easy to fold out again to enable you and your guests to appreciate the elegant design before using it for dishes and pans.
Menu is a Danish design company founded in 1976. Collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world, they deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look referred to as "soft minimalism". Menu is passionate about design, new materials and clever, functional details - innovations that make a genuine difference.
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TADAM! DESIGN is a concept jewellery kitchen born of the founder’s continuous desire to make others say Wow! The emotion-driven interjection Tadam!, used in the label’s title, is pronounced by a person making a great surprise or giving an unexpected gift and willing to amaze somebody.
Established in 2012, TADAM! DESIGN won the Lithuanian GOOD DESIGN 2013 Award for its exquisite concept jewellery collection THE SWEET COURSE FOR YOUR EYES as well as has been gaining thousands of customers and fans in Lithuania and far beyond: Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the UK, the Netherlands, the US, Japan, Singapore, China etc.
The Peanut Container – Cheetah by Sena Gu is a witty and functional creation typical of Sena’s playful style. The peanut-shaped container has mysterious cheetah spots and is great for treats, stationery, jewellery and other precious objects. A perfect gift for someone who appreciates fine porcelain.
Sena Gu hails from South Korea, where she studied Ceramics and Glass. She received her MA on the same subject from the Royal College of Art in 2007. Since then she has become a well-respected design-maker (www.sena-gu.com), with hand-crafted porcelain works inspired by flowers, vegetables, birds and mineral crystal formations, all in her trademark style combining unexpected shapes, bright colours and a fair dose of whimsy.