Mix and Match

 

Overview

The Mix and Match tile by French Canadian tile manufacturer Ceragres, combines creativity with a playful aesthetic. These porcelain tiles offer a wide range of suitability boasting an impressive array of patterns and elegant chromatic combinations that make a unique statement of colour in one application 

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Water Pitcher Block

 

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For Antonio Aricò, a designer renowned for giving design personality and narrative, comes Water Pitcher Block; a water carafe that goes against the obvious. Turning away from the natural inclination to design a jug that is either smooth and round or tall and cylindrical, Aricò's instinctive 

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Aureola

 

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The idea of designing a tea set came to Venetian designer Luca Nichetto from personal research, which started many years ago and was developed over time with Russian designer Lera Moiseeva. Their research and ideas were centred around ancient and modern sharing rituals which play an important role in 

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Seams

 

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Seams is a collection of five large ceramic centrepieces designed by Benjamin Hubert Ltd for iconic Italian ceramic manufacturer Bitossi Ceramiche. The collection stems from the studio's research into creating mass-produced products with one off details by manipulating a traditional ceramic manufacturing 

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Midsummer

 

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To celebrate midsummer Studio David Thulstrup has experimented with the idea of twisting the classical flower vase into an object that has been inspired by Nordic traditional rituals that are celebrated at the end of June. The idea came from the ritual of dancing around the maypole in June to celebrate 

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Babel

 

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Nir Meiri, in collaboration with redesignD, created a series of vessels that walk the thin line between art and functional design, continuing his line of work with matter and form. The series includes two vases for a single flower; three lidded boxes; two candlesticks; and three trays - all combining 

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Tunisia Made

 

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Hend Krichen is a young, up-and-coming designer based in London, who focuses on ‘producing beautiful timeless objects designed to enrich everyday lives', utilising the outstanding craftsmanship and artisanal skills in Tunisia. The ‘Tunisia Made' collection, includes stunning terracotta and 

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The New Wave Collective

 

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Global wallpaper design company Graham & Brown has just launched its innovative new wallpaper collection, entitled ‘The New Wave Collective'. Britain's biggest wallpaper company has joined forces with some of Britain's best up-and-coming surface pattern talent to produce a range of 16 

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Petals

 

Overview

Dino Sanchez is a New York City based artist and industrial designer. His studio was founded in 2010 and grew out of the desire to create well made goods without compromise. The design team believe in familiar, purposeful and utilitarian forms as a means of creating products that are both iconic and 

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White-washed and weathered wood flooring

 

Overview

Keeping things simple may seem an easy option when planning an interior but getting the balance between functional and beautiful takes some careful consideration. Observing the architectural features of your home will give you a good starting point when it comes to planning an interior.  And, once 

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Sucabaruca coffee set

 

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The idea of the ‘Sucabaruca' coffee set stemmed from Luca Nichetto's encounter with John Baker and Juli Daousti in September 2013 at their gallery in Toronto. After their experience with the studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, they encouraged him to realise in turn a product suited to their gallery and 

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Cumulus Parasol

 

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The Cumulus Parasol is a solar powered parasol that inflates itself when the sun starts shining, created by Studio Toer. Toer's passion is to explore the boundaries of product and spatial design. The designs are a result of their fascination for simple movements and the emotional impact this 

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Saddle Magazine Rack

 

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Noble and Wood present this unique design to hold and store journals and literature. Hand crafted Italian leather pouches straddle a marble or wood base. The weight and quality of the leather provides an equilibrium force to counter balance uneven forces. Paul Blease founded Noble and Wood based upon his 

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Collana Vases

 

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The extravagant Collana collection of vases incorporates a refined fusion of traditional artisanal techniques employed in porcelain and glass production. The four white, conical porcelain vases, which already stand out thanks to the striking contrast of unglazed biscuit porcelain and a glazed rim, feature 

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BAUX Träullit

 

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BAUX is founded on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful. BAUX designs, produces and markets construction materials that meet the contemporary expectations of architects, engineers and builders - without compromising safety and environmental 

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Matsukan Chopsticks

 

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For four centuries, the town of Obama in Fukui Prefecture, Japan, has manufactured lacquered chopsticks. Obama's lacquered chopsticks have been recognised as the hardest and most beautiful of Japanese lacquer chopsticks since the seventeenth century, when they became known as ‘Wakasa-nuri'. Nendo 

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Tint

 

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Designer Anne Lehmann has created a range of throw blankets in a simple design and complementary tones for NormannCopenhagen. The range is called Tint and is made of 100 % pure lamb's wool. It is available in six beautiful colours.  Lehmann's design was inspired by how the changing seasons of nature 

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Urushi Lacquerware Lump Collection

 

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Nendo has released three new pieces for Urushi Kobo Oshima, a traditional lacquer workshop founded in 1909 in Japan's Ishikawa Prefecture. The workshop proudly continues the distinctive techniques of regional Yamanaka lacquerware. Lacquerware includes a variety of techniques, but Yamanaka lacquer 

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