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Kaymet has been making aluminumware since 1947, when founder Sydney Schreiber set out to repurpose machinery used to make parts for radios and radar equipment during World War II. This tray was brushed, pressed, hand-finished, and then anodized for durability at the company’s south London factory. It is backed by black rubber, with grips that protrude through the top to create a non-slip surface as well as a base that won’t scratch tables or countertops. Two curved handles make for easy…

Small Rubber Grip Tray - Blush Gold

Kaymet has been making aluminumware since when founder Sydney Schreiber set out to repurpose machinery used to make parts for radios and radar equipment d

whatdyoucallit: “ Maxim Maximov - Fon ”

The official website of product designer Maxim Maximov, who specializes in lighting design, furniture and home accessories.

Container 9 - Stardust Blue

Container 9 - Stardust Blue

When Antique Mirror of Tuscany invited Garth Roberts to give new life to a material typically used as an accessory or architectural decoration, the Canadian des

Nanna Ditzel, Walking Stick for Orebo, 1958

Nanna Ditzel, Walking Stick for Orebo, 1958

In 1963, Poul Kjærholm designed a massive marble bowl for the town hall of Fredericia, Denmark. The popularity of the sculptural form, intended for use as an ashtray, soon led Kjærholm to design this smaller version in granite for individual households. The bowl’s smooth, polished interior is a stunning contrast with the rough exterior. Use it to catch ashes, serve snacks, corral keys and change, display small objects, or simply as a decorative accent.

PK Bowl

In Poul Kjærholm designed a massive marble bowl for the town hall of Fredericia, Denmark. The popularity of the sculptural form, intended for use as an as

Aureola is a minimalist design created by Canada-based designer Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva for Mjolk. The idea of designing a tea set comes from a personal research, started long ago from the Venetian designer Luca Nichetto. (2)

Aureola

Aureola is a minimalist design created by Canada-based designer Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva for Mjolk. The idea of designing a tea set comes from a personal research, started long ago from the Venetian designer Luca Nichetto.

Mjölk : Jurgen Lehl : Iron Kettle by Jurgen Lehl for Nambu / Reddish Brown / Japanese lacquer with red ferrous oxide - Iron Kettle

Mjölk : Jurgen Lehl : Iron Kettle by Jurgen Lehl for Nambu / Reddish Brown / Japanese lacquer with red ferrous oxide - Iron Kettle

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