Miniki Slimline

 

Overview

miniki - the kitchen that isn't there! A kitchen that's not there? miniki is the solution to an old problem. In small apartments where the kitchen and lounge are often one room, there is a need for the kitchen to disappear after use. This is the only way to turn the living room back into a room to live 

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Perplex Bench

 

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Perplex Bench by Fig40 The bench is 14' (4.25m) Long, 3" (75mm) thick. It is a composite structure of 2 hollow steel boxes cast in ductal, a high performance concrete with a beautiful surface finish. This singular element is supported with 2 cast aluminum legs available either painted or polished. The 

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asko

 

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ASKO a small Danish Island The name for the chair came from Patrick Norguet's love for the small Danish Island Askø, which for him was the perfect connection between Danish history and design. It also sounded great in French, which is why it is spelled the French way: ASKO. Patrick Norguet's idea 

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LACE

 

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YOY exhibits "LACE" cushion at Milan Design Week 2017. Japanese design studio YOY presents "LACE"cushion at White Young Innovative at Class Editori Space during Milan Design Week. LACE is a hollow lace cushion created in collaboration with Mitsui Chemicals, one of the leading manufacturers in the 

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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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Gutta

 

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Uniquely elegant is the only way to describe the Gutta jewellery box from AYTM. The drop shaped mirror functions as a lid and fits neatly into the box, so it stands up-right and changes the appearance of the box all together. For this season, Gutta also comes in a small version, which also features the 

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Around Collection

 

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Around Collection designed by Thomas Bentzen for Muuto With a diameter of 95 cm the newest addition to the AROUND family is of a truly grand nature. And there is more to why this version is called extra large: The strip of bent ash wood forming the table's edge and which has given Around table its name, 

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Viride

 

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Viride by Goula / Figuera Studio Viride (from latin "green") is a collection of experimental luminaries which brings together two elements which are very present in the domestic landscape: artificial lighting and vegetation. Lamps and plants have been found within homes for centuries, but always 

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Bollo

 

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Bollo chair designed by Andreas Engesvik for Fogia. Bollo was initiated as a typical Scandinavian lounge chair with slim features and modest use of materials. The final result is a chair driven by comfort, both visually and in use. Bollo has a strong character inspired by its heightened level of 

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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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Urkiola Collection

 

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Urkiola Collection designed by Patricia Urquiola for Georg Jensen. The Georg Jensen Urkiola Collection is a strikingly modern group of cylindrical shapes in stainless steel, with subtle Art Deco references in a beautifully minimalist style. The collection comprises five pitchers, three bowls, two vases, 

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Giraffa

 

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Giraffa by Pablo Smart and playful, Giraffa's endearing personality and versatile design are at home anywhere: on your desk, atop a nightstand, or tucked into a cozy reading nook. A 360° rotating shade combined with an angled post provides multiple lighting possibilities, allowing this petite lamp to 

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Grid

 

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In 2015 POOL designed the GRID Daybed, in reference to the Bauhaus style and in honour of the duo's graphic talents. In 2016 POOL developed the concept and transformed GRID into an all modular system by creating basic modules. They can have a number of configurations: a 3 seater sofa, a corner 

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Pony

 

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Pony collection by Toru Inspired by riding horses & dreaming of becoming a horse or maybe even a centaur. The Pony stool brings the user and the object itself together, creating a whole, a single meaning. This gives a symbolic content for its form and function. This minimalistic beauty is born 

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Catch

 

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Catch, Jaime Hayon’s first contribution to &tradition’s collection, is a chair that welcomes you with open arms. Its armrests extend from the shell like literal limbs, ready to embrace you as you sit down. In addition to being a witty personification, it is also an eye-catching piece of 

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Boarded Floor Table

 

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Boarded Floor Table by Marge Tables are there for - like decency has it - not having to eat off the floor! If we don't want to get down to the floor, the table will bring up the floor to us. But on legs. If a lot of people gather around that table, it keeps getting bigger, until that table becomes a 

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SO

 

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SO sectional sofa designed by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti. So is a modular seating system consisting of left, right, central elements, chaise longue and pouf. The internal base is in wood and features plastic spacers. The padding is made of stress resistant, differentiated expanded polyurethane. So 

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