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1, ‘T-Time­piece’Wy­benga3. ALESSI.( 1), Tea Fro­mand In­fusera the new lat­est bam­booby TUDelft-Ti­tus­de­signs,wall the clock by Michele De Luc­chi ( 3). The aim is to in­fuse ev­ery­day ob­jects with a new life, so the for­mer, which re­sem­bles an old-fash­ioned pocket watch, is en­hanced by jewel-like fea­tures. The wall clock is de­signed to look like a sun with 24 rays ra­di­at­ing from its cen­tre, mark­ing the hours and the min­utes.

2. AR­MANI/CASA. Avail­able in three ver­sions, ‘Ries­ling’ is a stor­age unit that can be used as a bar. This el­e­gant, Ja­panese-in­spired ob­ject has a base struc­ture in Canaletto wal­nut, en­hanced by sides and doors in brass carved liq­uid me­tal lac­quer. www. ar­man­i­ 4. VENINI. The vases from the ‘Opalini’ col­lec­tion are con­sid­ered among Venini’s most time­less clas­sics and are dis­tin­guished by their pure essential lines and the ma­te­rial used to cre­ate them: hand blown opa­line glass in a rich range of colours. 5. HAGIT PINCOVICI. This orig­i­nal ‘From Above With Mar­ble’ cof­fee ta­ble was de­signed by young Is­raeli ar­ti­san Hagit Pincovici. Its self-sup­port­ing struc­ture is an in­te­gral part of the de­sign, al­low­ing form and func­tion to be­come one.

6. to to Tomette de­coupagein largeon­sign­ers­guild.comtrue makeany DESIGNERSa polyamide­cir­cu­lar in­te­rior,LacroixRug’a re­freshin­gof rug fea­tures im­agerystyle.the GUILD.fab­ ‘Grand dig­i­tal­lyThis ad­di­tio­nan and De­signed strik­ing eclec­ticTour pat­tern­sprinted 7. cre­ation­sCorti dis­tin­guishedLISA Home CORTI. pro­ducedTex­tileby The their Em­po­ri­u­mu­niqueby un­mis­tak­ablethe Lisa are style. hand­made,cush­ion All cover, bright­ly­like they this coloured fea­ture‘King and Veronese’a per­fec­tIn­dian and mix­ture Africanof West­ern in­flu­ences. and 8. FRITZ HANSEN. An icon of Nordic de­sign, the ‘Se­ries 7TM’ chair was de­signed by Arne Ja­cob­sen and has be­come one of the most pop­u­lar items in the his­tory of de­sign. Shown here in the lat­est coloured ver­sions.

9. floor DE or PADOVA. sus­pen­sion Avail­able ver­sion,in the th­ese ‘Mogura’ (the Ja­panese word for mole) lamps were de­signed for De Padova by Nendo. Their oblique light bulb cre­ates a thread-like graphic line rem­i­nis­cent of the tun­nels dug by moles.­ 10. CHRISTOFLE. The French mai­son’s de­lec­ta­ble ‘Mood Cof­fee’ chest in­cludes 6 sil­ver-plated espresso spoons stored in a stain­less steel egg shaped caddy.

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