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Crushed Bowls

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The Crushed Bowls show big-scale architecture applied on small scale objects. The bowls are composed of equilateral triangles and principles we use for big-scale computer modeling.
Designed by Julien de Smedth for Muuto.

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Booh – Salt and Pepper

Booh is a set of Salt and Pepper shakers made of porcelain. The inspiration for this project was ghosts, funny and simple.
Designed by Aleverson Ecker,Henrique J. Serbena + R. lLuiz pPellanda jr.

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Booh!

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Costanza-suspension lamp

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Costanza, with its light and resistant shade that diffuses a warm and pleasant light and with its unmistakable profile, fits naturally into any setting without posing any restraints on matching styles. Fascinating and inimitable, it can recreate the most traditionally accepted atmospheres as a domestic image and is always in the vanguard due to its refined technology. Luceplan.

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Coral lamp

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A glamurous ceiling lamp with modern and complex lines that totaly changes the whole view of a room throught it’s unique shapes that are showing the warm light. Co-Designers.

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Rider table lamp- elegant and bold

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Fashion statement in petite boutique black on black. Pleated polystyrate shade flirts atop teardrop nickel steel base. A bold design piece for a room to instantly blossom with style and simplicity. Sleek forms and an elegant black.CB2.

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“Rolanda” Lamp

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ROLANDA is a gleaming open sphere allowing the aesthetic quality of light to fill and spread from its core.  BOVER.

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Carmen Lamp

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Combining the stimulus of white light with large vertical direct projections and the warmth of indirect diffused light, Carmen offers a proposal for an atmosphere that is both dynamic and comfortable at the same time. Modiss Iluminación.

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