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Book jacket design by Peter Mendelsund.

Via Jacket Mechanical.

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Delaunay wristwatch

Delaunay wristwatch

The design of the dial for this watch is based on the Voronoi method of dividing space into certain regions and is dual to the Delaunay triangulation.

Stainless steel case with an oxidised copper dial.

Via Wilk Watchworks.

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Geo pendant light

The Geo collection of pendant lights from Vezzini & Chen features glowing bone china shapes encased in organic clear glass distorted spheres.

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Mezzadro stool

Mezzadro Stool, c. 1970.
Powder-coated iron, polished chrome, wood.

Designed by Achille Castiglioni for Zanotta.

Via Artsy.

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Staple x Clarks Originals Wallabee

Staple x Clarks Originals Wallabee

Want…!

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IBM Selectric typewriter

IBM Selectric typewriter, 1961.

Via Good Design is Good Business.

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Mystery leather sofa

Can’t find any information about this beautiful leather sofa despite it’s appearance on many Pinterest and Tumblr sites.

Anyone know anything about it…?

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Japanese public phone

Via Userdeck.

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Anni Albers wallhanging

Ancient Writing, 1936
59 × 43 3/4 ins. (149.9 × 111.1 cm)
Rayon, linen, cotton and jute.

Via The Josef & Anni Albers Foundation.

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Anni Albers jewellery

Anni Albers jewellery

Anni Albers jewellery

During WW II, when materials were in short supply, Anni Albers invented ways to create elegant items of jewellery using simple components found in the household, in hardware shops and stationery stores. Shown here are Strainer and Paper Clips, Bobby Pin and Ball Chain, Petite Washers and Ribbon, designed c.1940 with student Alex Reed at Black Mountain College and inspired by the Columbian Jewellery of Monte Albàn. © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation.

Via design is fine.

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