Adam Cornish came up with the idea for this lighting range after seeing how another artist gave shape and texture to clay. The initial idea was based on a desire to highlight the flexibility of this basic material and to show the difference in the appearance of the final light depending on the natural elements found where the original material was extracted.
The design of the Stilt shelf/bookshelf by Nordic studio Makers With Agendas allows for any necessary adaptation, depending on the space available. Its multi-functionality also gives it a natural flexibility that is difficult to find in today’s furniture market.
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Speak Up! is a table lamp by Danish designer Susanne Nielsen that is reminiscent of a radio microphone. Finished in silver and brass, the lamp comes with a glass dome in a variety of shades that give it a retro look.
Swedish brand Tingest presents Servitören, a functional candelabrum that can also be used as a key or coin tray. It can be placed in the bedroom or moved to the kitchen to hold fresh herbs and spices.
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