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Australian House & Garden - - Insider -

1Marimekko’s up­com­ing spring/sum­mer col­lec­tion fea­tures a di­vine new range by de­sign­ers Ca­rina Seth An­der­s­son and Sami Ruot­salainen. Draw­ing on vin­tage con­cepts from the la­bel’s ar­chives, this col­lab­o­ra­tion in­cludes printed fab­rics, kitchen tex­tiles and table­ware. www.marimekko.com. 2 Dan­ish firm Cane-line has racked up 30 years mak­ing clas­sic, func­tional fur­ni­ture. Check out de­signs in raw and nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als from its ex­panded El­e­ments line, such as this invit­ing rat­tan Nest chair. www.cane­lin­eaus­tralia.com.au. 3 Noted Ital­ian ar­chi­tect and de­signer Mat­teo Thun has honed a col­lec­tion of stream­lined kitchen ac­ces­sories for Zwill­ing JA Henck­els. The 17 pieces in his Twin Pure se­ries, priced from $40, are de­signed on er­gonomic prin­ci­ples and crafted from durable 18/10 stain­less steel. Avail­able from Myer; www.myer.com.au. 4 Smeg’s retro-styled ECF01 cof­fee ma­chine, $499, takes both ground beans and pre-filled pa­per pods. In­tu­itive con­trols make it easy to pro­duce a bel­lis­simo brew. www. smeg. com.au.

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