Sweater by Mal-Furniture

The sweater is inspired by today’s fashion where clothes go back to their original purpose. To keep one dry or warm and protecting the owner from the forces of nature by using products nature gave us. This fashionnable sweater is hand knitted by Bloemendalwol, using wooden branches and 100% New Zealand Virgin wool. The Sweater is a ’one size fits all’ and matches chairs like the Mal1956 and other icons like a glove. Mal-Furniture

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Clop by Toru Barcelona

With an unusual fold on top of the back, the Clop lounge chair represents the end of a journey that goes from the simplicity of a clog shoe – half wood, half leather- to a chair. Ideas and materials come together. This chair is created following a primitive way of making natural, hard, but authentic objects. Like a bonfire in the woods. Designer: Jordi Ribaudí.  Toru

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Atlante by Antonio Lupi

A marble column that becomes a sink, an element that should support and instead contains, a hierarchical architectural pillar becomes the star of the bathroom, a full volume that becomes empty, only to be filled. Made entirely of white Carrara marble, Atlante is the collection of freestanding or top mounted sinks that plays with the image of the column. Designers: Silvia Nerbi, Andrea Bogazzi.  Antonio Lupi

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Flux by Jake Phipps

Inspired by the playful yet dynamic nature of a firework sparkler, the FLUX Low Table is a uniquely sculptural piece of furniture using a single energetic line that flows as an infinite and unsupported loop. Jake Phipps

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