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Spool Dock

Spool Dock

Quell & Company’s swivelling Spool Dock works as both a charging dock and cable manager. Carefully chosen materials such as white oak, Merino wool felt and a heavy cast metal base, make this fine iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad Mini compatable dock more in keeping with interior design than technology design.

Via Dezeen.

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Magritte Birkenstocks

Working in conjunction with the Magritte Foundation, Opening Ceremony applies reproductions of the artist’s most iconic Surrealist paintings onto classic Birkenstock styles.

Via YMFY.

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Lombard Chair

Lombard Chair by Charles Hollis Jones.

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Olivetti Summa 19

Poster design by Walter Balmer promoting the Summa 19 calculator, designed by Ettore Sottsass for Olivetti, 1970.

Via Design is fine.

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Eames RKR

Classic Eames Wire RKR chair restored by Cast + Crew.

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Grovemade iPad sleeve

Grovemade iPad sleeve

This handcrafted wood veneer sleeve from Grovemade has geometric contouring, premium German wool lining, and a leather and brass pull strap to remove your device without grabbing or tugging. Available in Eastern hardrock maple or Oregon black walnut.

Via Milk n’ Sugar.

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The Bunsen

The Bunsen oil burner/infuser/vase/terrarium

Via BORRstore.

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Agfa Optima camera

Agfa Optima camera

Agfa Optima, 1960. First 35mm camera with automatic exposure. Germany.

Special symbol for portrait: Wilhelm Busch’s Max & Moritz, a well-known German cartoon of the 19th century.

Via Design is fine.

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Brass mobile

Celeste brass mobile by Corinne van Havre available through LaLouL.

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SALT SURF skateboard

SALT SURF skateboard

Skateboard by SALT SURF featuring walnut top and bottom veneers, sandwiching layers of maple veneer and a top deck with spray-on clear grip tape.

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