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27/10/2012 [denmark] [lighting] [permalink]

It is a glare free self assemble lamp, designed to be easy and fun to put together and constructed to give the perfect ambient light with any light bulb and with a limited use of resources. The lamp weights only 1 kg.

Raft by andTradition
01/10/2012 [denmark] [diningroom] [permalink]

Powdercoated steel with solid oak legs. Table top in white laminated wood or black ash veneer.

Rio by SoftLine
25/07/2012 [denmark] [livingroom] [permalink]

A modern lounge chair with a dynamic, cheeky design. Its limber form is equally interesting from the side and from behind, making it ideal for placing centrally in the room or as part of a set.

K2 sled by Globe Zero 4
28/06/2012 [denmark] [livingroom] [permalink]

Easy chair.

Floor lamp by Gubi
26/05/2012 [denmark] [lighting] [permalink]

The iconic Graeshoppa lamp was first produced in 1947. The tubular steel tripod stand is tilted backward and the elongated aluminium conical shade is ball-jointed onto the arm; so the light can be directional, yet the glare is minimal. Both stand and shade are powder-coated. The classic Cobra lamp takes its name from the shape of the oval shade, which is reminiscent of a Cobra s neck.

21/12/2011 [denmark] [kitchen] [permalink]

RIG-TIG by STELTON is the new modern brand of kitchenware that brings both function and design to the kitchen. The basic philosophy behind RIG-TIG is functionality and off course we do not compromise on the design. RIG-TIG is also conscious about our environment.

Cactus by Essay
14/12/2011 [denmark] [diningroom] [permalink]

In nature there are many species of cactus in varying shapes and sizes, most of which are green and involve sharp thorns. Rather than a thorn in your side the Essey cactus is an elegant container with a secret. Press the top and it silently rises to reveal not thorns but hygienic dental toothpicks instead. Press the top back down and once again you are left with the clean lines of this stylish table cactus.

Bear by ByNord
01/09/2011 [denmark] [others] [permalink]

Animal Photo print bed linnen. By Nord s vision is to design and manufacture unique home accessories for the ones that would like to put a personal and organic touch to the home. The raw yet beautiful Nordic nature is our source of inspiration for creating timeless and functional products of high quality.

Rocking Sheep by Povl Kjaer
10/06/2011 [denmark] [kids] [permalink]

The Rocking Sheep is a rocking animal that is primarily intended as a toy, but which is also a unique craft object that fits into any environment as a piece of furniture with multiple functions, including as a TV bench or a footstool. The Rocking Sheep is made in varnished pine wood upholstered with foam and covered in lamb skin.

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Pure Black by Stelton
10/05/2011 [denmark] [kitchen] [permalink]

Excellent functionality and clean, stylish lines. Stelton presents an elegant knife series for serious gourmets who are as daring in their style as they are in their cooking. Pure Black knives are forged from one piece of stainless steel so their handles morph effortlessly into their blades. The straightforward design and special coating make the knives very hygienic and easy to clean. At the same time, the matte black coating provides a superb grip and evokes thoughts of fine cooking, beautiful cuts and gourmet dinners. A perfect gift for those who enjoy beautiful and stylish design in the kitchen - especially for men who appreciate their tools and want the very best.

Fuego bio firelight by Stelton
21/03/2011 [denmark] [outdoor] [permalink]

Perfect for warm summer evenings!

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Plateau by Engelbrechts
08/03/2011 [denmark] [livingroom] [permalink]

With Plateau, Erik Magnussen fuses table and chair into a world of its own. Its shell closes in on you, inviting exchange and reflection. Its armrest provides room for your laptop or coffee cup. Its presence makes a persuasive testimony to anyone in the gray-zone, a state between work and play.

Marie Retpen
05/11/2010 [denmark] [decoration] [permalink]

A designer and maker specialized in blown glass. Her work ranges from conceptual everyday objects to sculptural domestic installations, always with focus on aesthetic and experimentation.

Familytree oilcloth by Ferm Living
20/08/2010 [denmark] [diningroom] [permalink]

Family tree oilcloth has a pattern with a stylized tree, designed by Trine Andersen for Ferm Living. Suits perfect both at the dinner table and out in the garden. Acrylic-coated surface that makes it easy to keep clean.

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Mater Gymnasium by Soren Rose
12/06/2010 [denmark] [livingroom] [permalink]

Newest project from Soren Rose Studio.

A History Lesson. Remember the hardwood? The squeak of a sneaker. The sound of the whistle. That last second shot. The Gymnasium Collection takes its inspiration from a simpler time in our lives when victories were measured on scoreboards and teamwork wasn't just for meetings.

The first incarnation of this line was launched in 2008 with our High School History Lesson series. Created from recycled gym floorboards, this limited edition collection used the graphic lines and simple silhouettes of the court to pay tribute to the simplicity and spirit of sport.

Today, it reinvents itself as Gymnasium, a mass-produced series that uses sustainable, eco-friendly materials like renewable pine and controlled Danish oak with water-based fixatives and varnishes. The result is a brilliant series, sold globally by Mater and crafted by Denmark's oldest cabinet makers Bruno Hansen Carpentry.

Like its predecessor, Gymnasium honors its past while investing in the future. For every piece purchased, Mater donates a percentage of the profits to promoting sports in developing countries, allowing a new generation to be inspired to play and create. Have a look at:

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