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Ribbon Chair

Ribbon Chair, by Tom Vaughan, is a machine sculpted chair made of one continuous “ribbon” of wood.

Via MoCo Loco.

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Carl Hagerling

Carl Hagerling

I am loving Sommarprataren Radio, in brass and white painted MDF, by Swedish designer Carl Hagerling.

Part of a collection of brass objects, produced with design collective, Landet.

Via Dezeen.

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Night Night lamp

Night Night, by ECAL graduate Vanessa Hordies, is a bedside lamp that works like an hour glass to gradually dim the light by covering it in sand.

Once inverted the cone-shaped light source comes on for fifteen minutes, while sand gradually trickles down from the top chamber to cover it up as the user drifts off to sleep.

Via Dezeen.

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Sol watch

Sol watch

Sol is a solar powered watch designed by Shin Azumi for Japanese brand, IDEA.

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Dior Homme

Nice packaging for the Dior Homme Dermo System range.

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Modernist jewellery

Found these stunning examples of modernist silver jewellery, by designers Esther Lewittes, Paul Lobel and Frank Miraglia, over on Aqua-Velvet.

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Margaret de Patta

Inspired by Constructivism and the Bauhaus school, jewellery designer Margaret de Patta (1903–1964) developed entirely new concepts in working with gemstones, creating unique cuts and new forms to produce jewellery that was closer to miniature sculpture.

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Trifoglio

Trifoglio (clover leaf), is a simple fruit bowl comprising three equal parts, each slightly sloping, causing round fruits to gravitate naturally towards the center.

Designed by Thomas Walde of Postfossil.

Via Daily Icon.

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Free Note recycled notebooks

Free Note recycled notebooks

Free Note recycled notebooks

Loving the range of recycled paper notebooks by Free Note, available from Milk & Paper.

Via of paper and things.

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Joe Colombo

Joe Colombo

Two chairs by Joe Colombo (1930-1971), who in his brief but brilliant career, produced a series of innovations that made him one of Italy’s most influential Italian product designers.

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