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Wald Plug Lamp

Wald Plug Lamp could be your first step into the minimal aesthetic movement. Something simple, smart, that provides a "clean” look. The elegant "floor lamp” requires no wires, it fits into a light socket without any additional support or base, allowing you to quickly move it around the house if you want to. It´s a great mix of modern and classic, metal and wood, a winning combination that results in a piece of exquisite taste and build quality. You can choose between different finishes for both of the components, giving you a nice range of chromatic and texture combinations. The LA based Feltmark studio really hit the spot with this one.



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HALF PIPE DESK

Inspired by skateboard ramps, the Half Pipe Desk is an elegant and functional work desk. Designed by Eric Pfeiffer, the minimal desk features plenty of storage, on top of the beautifully carved worktop there is enough space for your desktop items and a risen shelf for a large monitor. Under the desk,  out of your shin´s reach, there is another shelf for placing stuff such as a printer or books. Available in three styles, oak, birch and walnut....
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TRE CONCRETE TILES

Tre is a modular concrete tile series with limitless application possibilities. The minimal tiles invite architects and designers to create their own surface design statements, giving them the ability to easily create intriguing and visually stunning designs. The series features 4 distinct faceted triangular tiles, which can be displayed independently or as modular elements in a larger geometric pattern concept, allowing for tiered creations that work with light, sh...
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PORTABLE CONTAINER HOLIDAY HOME

Port-a-Bach is an innovative mobile holiday home by Atelierworkshop Architects from New Zealand. The environmentally friendly recycled container comfortably sleeps two adults and two children,  and has the versatility of creating rooms within the large open living space : includes bunk beds, double bed room, dressing room, kitchen and bathroom. The Port-a-Bach is not yet in production, they are looking for commercial partners in order to mass produce it. via...
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