3000 Mirror

Named for the grit required to polish it’s surface to a smooth plane, the #3000 Mirror emulates the honed terrazzo floors of Milanese lobbies and Venetian palazzos. Cast in concrete, it’s polychrome marble, mirror and aggregate read as a continuous surface.

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Citrus Juicer

This ceramic juicer is designed and made by Gidon Bing, a sculptor/ceramicist based in Auckland, New Zealand. Hand-crafted from fine earthenware, and perfectly sized to accommodate everything from limes to grapefruit. Available in satin white and satin eggshell blue.

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Darkly Mirrors

Some historians believe that the earliest mirrors may have been small ceramic bowls filled with water used during the late Stone Age. Scottish designer Nick Ross was fascinated by this theory, and designed this mirror around this finding.

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Drawing Pad

Ito Bindery Drawing Pads contain 70 sheets of satin-smooth paper, mounted to a recycled cardboard base for stability and heft. Each block is then precision-cut with perfectly straight edges.

The stark contrast of the coal-black mount against the pure white paper, along with the geometric and modular proportions, give these pads an architectural quality when displayed as a set. The all-black version shows pencil marks in silver, and can also be used with soapstone pencil, colored gel pens, etc.

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Échasse Bowl

Named after the French word, “échasse,” which means stilts, this vase is the perfect piece for fruit on your kitchen counter or coffee table. The drop-like form is constructed from a smoky colored glass, and frame made from solid brass. Designer Theresa Arns focused on the juxtaposition of these high-quality, natural materials to create this functional yet poetic piece.

Designed by German designer Theresa Arns for Danish design company Menu.

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Electronic Calculator M

Electronic Calculator M has a slightly raised display for easy viewing while the keyboard display uses a beautiful and easy-to-read font. The 12-digit calculator can formulate tax calculation with variable tax rate, as well as cumulative functions. The design of the calculator allows it to exist beautifully on the desk of an office or even the counter of a shop.

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Exto4 8ft

From Conway Electric, an 8 ft extension cord in White. Featuring a flexible cotton-covered industrial wire cord, die-cast aluminum and stainless steel housing, oversized molded rubber wall plug and non-marking urethane pads.

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Helios

This table lamp celebrates the celestial. A single light source is positioned directly opposite a large brass dish on three varieties of stone, including Carrara, Green Marble and Travertine, evoking the scale of the planets at the scale of the table top. With infinite combinations of luminosity and orientation, the Helios lamp is an art object. Made in the USA, UL Listed.

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Helsinki

A Helsinki loudspeaker is freedom of movement. A small, compact product including a powerful battery, a Bluetooth connection and a leather strap allowing you to bring your music along, wherever you go. And whomever you might be going with.

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Intuos Photo

Make memories even better with the new Intuos Photo. It includes Wacom’s leading pen & touch tablet technology, downloadable creative software and online training. So whether your dream is posting the perfect portrait, pushing the limits of creativity, or winning your first prize, Intuos Photo has everything you need to make every picture perfect.

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Marble Wall Clock

The Marble Wall Clock is presented in two options of the finest marble: Green (Verde Guatemala), Black, and Matte White. Both come with hour- and minute hands in lacquered brass. The use of high-quality marble allows for a maximum appreciation of its mosaic and complex structure.

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Pebble Carafe

Marbled carafe from Helen Levi in White and Black. Clear glazed interior and exterior. Pouring spout. Raw clay circular base. Due to the nature of marbling, there may be slight variations in appearance.

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Plywood Elephant

The Eames Plywood Elephant is a new release of a prototype toy elephant made by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945. However, this piece never went into production due to the cost of making it, instead it was purchased by the MOMA museum. Vitra made the product available for the first time in 2007 as a plastic Eames Elephant version, today it has also been introduced in the original plywood material.

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Rollbahn Spiral Notebook

Pocket notebook from Delfonics. Available in Yellow, Sky Blue, Blush Pink, Cream, Ash Grey, Black, Gold or Silver. Spiral bound. Splash-proof cover. Perforated grid-ruled pages. Elastic strap closure. Five plastic pockets.

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Scissors

These beautiful scissors are tuned like a fine Samurai sword. The scissors feature a universal design that is usable in both the right and left hand. Made from brushed stainless steel that produces a sharp edge for perfect cuts. This is manufactured by the traditional and heritage work of Sword artisans in Gifu prefecture, known for its sword production.

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Spacesuit

The story of the Apollo spacesuit, the 21-layer garment that landed on the moon, told by Nicholas de Monchaux in 21 essays relevant to the suit, the body, and the technology of the twentieth century. He touches, among other things, on eighteenth-century androids, Christian Dior’s New Look, Atlas missiles, cybernetics and cyborgs, latex, JFK’s carefully cultivated image, the CBS lunar broadcast soundstage, NASA’s Mission Control, and the applications of Apollo-style engineering to city planning.

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