Dutch designer Teresa van Dongen is an expert in the relationship between nature and science, and this gives rise to her many objects. With the Lumi water lamp she makes two conflicting materials like water and power combine perfectly for a spectacular result. With a hemisphere containing a bulb and water moving inside, it creates a magical light.
Photo: Hans Boddeke
SALT AND PEPPER MILLS
Alexander Lervik designed this pair of seasoning mills made of ash wood, inspired by Japanese board game pieces. A simple and practical design for an object that rarely sees major displays of originality.
The Chelsea chair, assembled entirely by hand, has been designed to add comfort and well-being to your home life. Made of wood, it demonstrates the versatility of the material to create curved shapes, a soft and very comfortable seat. The weight of its structure rests on four robust legs that include a fun curved motif inside. A Tom Raffield piece.
Matt W. Moore is a graphic designer with a large portfolio using all kinds of materials. With unmistakable graphics, his work is striking on any surface, but this example in black and white belongs to a collection of textiles under his own label in which he makes full use of the power of black and white. The rug is made of wool and can be used both as a bedspread and for lying on the beach. His will soon present a new line of textiles in colour.
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