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  • Gold fences placemat. Metallic gold gleams graphic on grey in an abstract print that reads like geometric code, power-loomed of 100% cotton. Dimensions: 19″Wx14″D Details: 100% cotton; Gold foil print; Machine wash; Made in India. Handy gold caddy. Modern home improvement at your service. Glam gold-plated metal toolbox constructs a refined industrial place for everything […]


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  • The Balloon Bowls are created by casting strong synthetic plaster into a balloon, after which a second balloon is inserted, and inflated. These two balloons act as flexible moulds, ensuring a unique shape for each and every bowl. Once the plaster is set, the balloons are removed, and a bowl appears. The colorants, which are […]


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K´Do Ding (Pres´N Thing) is designed by Coen van Ham. This foldable carton can be used as a vase, bin, bowl or box. It is designed during his graduation at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. When do you consider an object as a product and when does it more apear as a packaging? This product […]


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