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Katakana Low Chair

Beautiful fifties-inspired chair by UK based Dare Studio. The Katakana Low Chair is refreshingly simple and a true design masterpiece. The chair is made of solid American Black Walnut or American White Oak with leather detailing. The cushions have a hard wearing wax oil finish and are also available in a choice of colors.



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HYDE INTEGRATED LIGHTING

Designed by Danny Venlet for KOVR, Hyde is a innovative lighting system, where LED lights are embedded within 12 mm thick decorative panels for a seamless lighting. The smartphone-controlled LED wall panels are available in several natural looking surfaces such as raw concrete, white marble and yellow pine. You can choose from varied panel sizes and patterns, they are fully customizable and can be programmed with specific light intensity, giving users a unique exper...
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BIOLITE COOKSTOVE

Biolite first introduced the popular CampStove four years ago, now the brand have presented a simplified version with a more portable design - the CookStove. The sleek device features a uniquely designed USB-rechargeable airflow system, and provides 30 hours of clean wood cooking on a single charge. Leave the gas canisters behind and cook meals using sticks, pellets or pinecones, and with the four fan speed levels you can boil rapidly or enjoy a campfire feel with s...
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REMEMBERENCE COFFEE TABLE | BY MITCH STEINMETZ | Image

REMEMBERENCE COFFEE TABLE | BY MITCH STEINMETZ

Very cool table, who better to describe it than itīs designer Mitch Steinmetz: The coffee table is the center of any living room: a place for conversation, gathering, and storage. The photo album preserves memories, giving life to past events and emotions. Remembrance combines the social interaction of family gatherings with the nostalgia and enjoyment of remembering the past. Instead of acting as a liaison between the user and their entertainment, Remembrance becom...
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