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Konrad chair by Anderssen and Voll
19/10/2013 [norway] [kitchen] [permalink]

Stackable chair for mass seating in laminated plywood profiles with moulded plywood seat and backrest.

http://www.anderssen-voll.com

Tea tins
09/07/2013 [norway] [kitchen] [permalink]



http://www.mariabjorlykke.no

Basic Series by Frost Product
06/07/2013 [norway] [kitchen] [permalink]

The Basic series are basic kitchen utensils concerned with preparing and serving food. It started with a desire to develop a series of sturdy, durable, natural and basic tools for the kitchen and dining table, emphasizing closeness to food and produce, and ease of use. So the masher and brush has big ergonomic handles, the cork on the carafes are also large an easy to use, the trivet folds up and the chopping board has different compartments for cut produce.

http://www.frostprodukt.com

Osso by Mattiazzi
25/01/2013 [italy] [kitchen] [permalink]

Chair designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

http://www.mattiazzi.eu

Ice Box by Lekue
23/12/2012 [belgium] [kitchen] [permalink]

With the ICE BOX ice-cube tray the supply of ice cubes never runs out since it can make and hold up to 132 ice cubes that add an elegant and original touch to serving.

http://www.lekue.be

Joko by Kristalia
30/12/2011 [italy] [kitchen] [permalink]

Studio Bartoli Design had been working for years on a project for a poetically minimalist chair. The outcome is Joko, an absolute product. The difficulty lay in minimising it as far as possible, without making it too basic or rigid. Its distinguishing feature is the single fused shape, which is soft and organic, of its surfaces that include the front legs, the back and the rear legs. Its continuous surface can be upholstered in a variety of materials: in leather and in fabric in different colours and versions.

http://www.kristalia.it

RIG-TIG
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.

http://www.rig-tig.com

Joco by Walter Knoll
20/08/2011 [germany] [kitchen] [permalink]

Minimalist design for an individual lifestyle. The Joco Dining Table plays with area and space. The light base carries the slimline table top that both floats and provides stability at the same time. Modern minimalism featuring delicate stability. In black paint with a soft finish or in elegant wood veneers, the long table provides space to sit up to eight people.

http://www.walterknoll.de

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.

http://www.stelton.com

Bac by Cappellini
06/05/2011 [italy] [kitchen] [permalink]

Two new pieces enter the Bac family. Bac One and Bac Two are two chairs that maintain a lightness of material and simplicity of form original to the Bac armchairs but, being free of armrests, are designed for a more flexible and informal use. Created in solid ash, Bac One and Bac Two are distinguished by a pure and precise contour, making them immediately recognisable. They are available in bleached ash, cherry red aniline and a wenge stain. The body can be upholstered in linoleum (in white, brown/burgundy, grey/azure and black), fabric and leather.

http://www.cappellini.it

Made in England Made in England by Kathleen Hills
18/03/2011 [uk] [kitchen] [permalink]

This rolling pin has raised lettering that prints made in england into your pastry. Bone china with turned beech handles.

http://www.kathleenhills.co.uk

Buy here (theo-theo.com)

Miles by Tonelli
18/08/2010 [italy] [kitchen] [permalink]

The glass table top is placed on 4 supports that lift the top from the lacquered or chrome plated metal basement.

http://www.tonellidesign.com

Tabula by Rimadesio
30/07/2010 [italy] [kitchen] [permalink]

A table characterized by its exclusive style and functionalist design. Thin profiles join the strength of the structure for a product of great personality. Tabula can be completely disassembled: the assembly technology is fully integrated into the aluminium extrusions, without any visible screws and joints.

http://www.rimadesio.it

Archimede Scale by Acquacalda
31/05/2010 [italy] [kitchen] [permalink]

Graduated food bowl used as scale if immersed in water: the depth of immersion indicates the weight of the content.

http://www.acquacaldadesign.it

Boomerang Wok by Nikolai Carels
29/05/2010 [netherlands] [kitchen] [permalink]

If you love stir-frying your food, check out this Boomerang Wok by Nikolai Carels. The unique cupped edge allows for you to turn/stir your ingredients with a simple movement while reducing possible mess. Smart, right? Now we just need some product reviews to confirm it works well.

http://www.carels.nl

Buy here (betterlivingthroughdesign.com)

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