Northmore

 

Overview

Flock x FLOOR_STORY, ‘Northmore', takes Rachel Parker's original design, which has become a fabric hit with Flock's followers, and translates its essence into one of FLOOR_STORY's most exquisite creations to date. A kaleidoscopic and bold approach to rug design ‘Northmore' celebrates colour 

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Yixing

 

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‘The Tea House’ by Christopher Jenner presents Yixing (ee-shing), a new collection of contemporary ceramic homeware, made using the famous purple Zisha clay from Yixing in Eastern China’s Jiangsu Province.   Yixing pottery can be traced back to the North Song Dynasty (960-1127 

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Troll Vase

 

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The idea behind Troll Vase started as a study of the properties of glass - examining how the intensity of colour changes depending on the thickness of the material. The result is a vase featuring a dynamic change of thickness throughout, from solid coloured base to thin  transparent, bubble-like top. 

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Pepe Marble Mirror

 

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The Pepe Marble Mirror is a beautiful object for everyday use. With its clean lines and iconic aesthetic, the mirror takes inspiration from Italian design and architecture of the late 1950s, as represented by masters such as Caccia Dominioni and Gio Ponti. The Milanese design duo behind the mirror, 

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Picture/Flower Vase

 

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Picture/Flower Vase by Shinya Oguchi Picture/ Flower Vase is a flower vase added with a curved background plate. The background plate can show up the entire life of a flower, from bud to end, just like a painting. The picture background plate is made of 1.6mm steel and attached to the curved 

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Equilibrista

 

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Equilibrista Mirrors by Giovanni Botticelli.  Swing Design Gallery is proud to present Equilibrista Mirrors, the first personal exhibition dedicated to the young Roman designer Giovanni Botticelli. Equilibrista is a limited and numbered edition of mirrors designed exclusively for the 

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Trapéze Kettle

 

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The Trapéze Kettle designed by Fraser Leid.  In order to promote efficiency by expanding an electric kettle lifespan, Trapéze Kettle has been designed to show you how reduction could be a viable solution for future products. This concept kettle strips away the design principals of 

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Pidestall Planters

 

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Pidestall Planters designed by Emilie Stahl Carlsen for Woud. Pidestall is a series of plant boxes for indoor and outdoor use. The Pidestall series makes it possible to create a green oasis in the living room or on the balcony, and can be filled with green plants, colourful flowers or self-grown herbs. 

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Sucabaruca Coffee Set

 

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Sucabaruca coffee set designed by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva for Mjölk. The collaboration between Luca Nichetto, Lera Moiseeva and the Mjölk gallery started after Luca Nichetto visited Toronto. On the suggestion of a friend, Luca Nichetto met with John Baker and Juli Daoust, owners of 

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The Hex Marble Tray

 

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Hex Marble Tray by Rove Concepts. The Hex Marble Tray is a simple, timeless design elegantly crafted from a single piece of Italian marble. Natural veining is apparent from the original stone offering an exceptionally striking quality to each piece. True veining will provide the distinction between 

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Terrazzo

 

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ZAKKIA is the Sydney based homewares label where Swedish heritage meets natural handmade design. ZAKKIA design collections that celebrate the natural beauty of raw materials through simple forms that highlight the handmade process. All of their products are handmade in collaboration with small artisan 

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Alba Collection

 

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Alba Collection by Joe Doucet for Nude. ‘Alba’ is Gaelic for Scotland, the collection pays tribute to the spiritual home of whisky. The elegant glasses are punctuated by a hand-engraved and cleverly deconstructed Tar-tan pattern. Each glass is heavy-bottomed, and each carefully tapers 

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Unison

 

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Unison ceramics by Schneid. The Unison set is a ceramic tableware collection with seven different pieces. It consists of a coffee pot, big and small plate, soup bowl, sugar bowl, cup and a universal fitting lid. The ceramic is dyed with pigments and available in five special colours, all mixed by 

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Satori Collection

 

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The Satori Collection from Calico Wallpaper features a striking metallic line that is inspired by Kintsugi-the traditional art of Japanese pottery repair. Using lacquer mixed with powdered gold, silver or platinum to create flowing metallic lines, the Kintsugi practice turns a crack or break into a detail 

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Starting Point Mirror

 

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The Starting Point Mirror is minimalist in form and luxurious in form and function. It starts with a single piece of steel. The metal is laser cut and then formed to create both a cradle for the mirror to rest in as well as to give a convenient shelf for the onlooker. The gray tinted mirror is hand cut 

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Odyssée Collection

 

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Showcasing over 20 different mosaic patterns, available in nearly 100 natural stones, 16 colours of Venetian glass and various metal inlay options, the Odyssée Collection is by far the most intricate collection Mosaïque Surface has created so far. This collection can be found in over 225 

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Ink Desktop Series

 

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Emma Olbers for Skultana Emma Olbers was born and raised in Gothenburg. She moved in her twenties to Stockholm where she was educated first at Nyckelvikens art school and then at Beckmans College of Design. In 1999 she founded her studio and Asplund and Ire furniture became major clients. The Ink 

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The Contrast Collection

 

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The current body of work by Scott Carter Wilson aims to create a contemporary language that communicates between the piece and the viewer. Wilson tries to investigate the boundaries and find the balance between sculpture and function within the form. He enjoys playing around with audience's preconceived 

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