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Pen Pencil Stencil

Pen Pencil Stencil

Mark Giglio makes wonderful things under the name Pen Pencil Stencil. I especially like the beautiful wooden figures that Mark has designed. Unfortunately they are limited edition and all sold out. But Mark is planning to reopen his webshop with new items sometime this summer so I suggest following him on Twitter.

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Bistro coffee pot by Nick Munro

Bistro coffee pot by Nick Munro

When designer Nick Munro and his wife Ali went on their honeymoon to Turkey they bought an classic Turkish bistro coffee pot with a beautifully ornate handle. Years later Nick Munro saw the same type of coffee pot in a Paris bistro. After being reintroduced to the classic Turkish design he decided to do a modern interpretation of the pot. The result is a wonderful 19 cm tall stainless steel bistro pot with a dark ebony handle. As a lover of kurbits and arabesque, and tasteful modern interpretation of the two styles I’m considering getting one for myself.

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Papa by USIN-e

Papa by USIN-e

La Brosserie Julio is a classic manufacturer of fibers and bristles used in different brushes. They recently gave the design duo USIN-e (Rémi Bouhaniche and Amaury Poudray) the task of creating something innovative our of their products (bristles). The result is Papa, a hairy box and equally hairy stool. The brown bristles are horse hair and the blue seen on the stool are plastic fibers. Fun and quirky design!

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One square meter table

One square meter table

I’ve written about the design duo BoYoung Jung and Emmanuel Wolfs when they went under the name Draw Me a Sheep. They have now changed name to the more formal Wolfs & Jung and they’ve unveiled a unique one square meter low table at Salone del Mobile this year. The table is more art than furniture and it might be a bit hard to find the perfect setting for but I really like the idea of owning a one square meter of Beijing and placing it in my living room. More about the table on Wolfs & Jung’s website and a bunch of photos of the table after the jump.

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One Crystal Chandelier

One Crystal Chandelier

Thomas Feichtner was born in Brazil in 1970 but got his design education in Germany and Austria. Something you almost can see from his clean (northern European) style. Most recently it can been seen on One Crystal Chandelier, a minimalistic interpretation of crystal chandeliers that Thomas Feichtner have done in cooperation with J & L Lobmeyr. Instead of using old style light bulbs or even older candles One Crystal Chandelier uses LEDs that reflects of a single, suspended crystal. Wonderful if you ask me.

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PlayShapes

PlayShapes

PlayShapes is series of wonderful wooden blocks from Miller Goodman. I’m pretty sure they are made for children to play with but I wouldn’t mind a set to create something artistic with, a bit like in the photos in this thread. If you want to give yourself a treat (or a great gift to child you know) a bag of 74 PlayShape blocks costs £74.95 from Miller Goodmans webshop.

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Hansen Family Dining Table

Hansen Family Dining Table

I dream of having a apartment with a big kitchen with room for a large wooden long table with enough room to fit all my friends at once. If I don’t build my own table the new solid oak dinning table from Hansen Family is a good alternative. The dining table is part of their remix collection that you can read more about here, and if you want more photos of the beautiful dining table you’ll find them after the jump.

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Hang Around & Toss Around

Hang Around & Toss Around

Danish Muuto have teamed up with KiBiSi to produce some nice, beach wood, kitchen utensils that combines form, function and craftsmanship. I really like the grove on the Hang Around set that lets you hang the utensils on the side of the pot your working with. More photos after the jump.

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Themis Trio

Themis Trio

I’ve got a thing for mobiles and most recent the geometric mobile Themis Trio from Artecnica. The lovely and colorful mobile was designed by Swedish designer Clara von Zweigbergk and if you want to buy one and happen to be in Malmö, you can get it at Form/Design Center.

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