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Oyster Kitchen

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Oyster is a kitchen that looks to essentiality, offering new solutions to the demand for functionality. The formal purity

of the strictly smooth door, the latest taste in terms of wood pecies, the brilliant modernistic reflections of the hi-gloss lacquers and the futuristic elegance of the matt lacquers are distinguishing features of a design in which a fundamental
role i s played by the Shell System, a technological evolution of “shell” type constructions.

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The unusual zebrano or zebrawood with its unmistakable stripes combined with hi -gloss black lacquer are the finishes used here, also for the raised snack bar that is incorporated into the sink peninsula block. The elements of this arrangement include
90 cm and 120 cm wall units with light diffusers fitted in the bot tom, the new 150 cm “Mira” hood, the ultra-modern unit/sideboard and the ovens from the new Rex Electrolux collection with titanium finish.

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X-Club lighting

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A lighting family for direct and indirect lighting in private and contract spaces. The X-CLUB lights serve for both, a warm surrounding created by the illuminated veneer and a good work light for tables and the work place.

Its elegant and compact design is equipped with T-5 technology to ensure a minimum of energy consumption. In this way the CLUB family achieves a duality between the warmth of ambient lighting and the illuminating power of fluorescent lights.

The CLUB family is made up of suspension, table, floor and wall models.
Finishes available are ash, cherry, red, green and grey tulip wood.

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“Come in” / “Go away” Doormat

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We all know the obligatory dinners with the uninvited relatives,  right? For those moments when you just wish for them to leave, the SUCK UK team has come up with an innovative and unique way to tell the guests, in a more polite way to go home. This doormat reads differently depending whether you are walking in or out of the house.
It’s got to be seen to be believed but from one side this really does read “Come In” and from the other “Go Away”. And when you have finished marvelling at this remarkable feat of graphic design you can wipe the mud from your boots too!! It’s an original way to invite into the house and then get rid of the guests.:)

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Bloomstone

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The Bloomstone stone floor is cut in a way that the seams create patterns.
In this way it is possible to have an endless stone surface without tiles, or to have decorative iterruptions in a tile floor. By using certain natural stone types, decorative parts can be highlighted by a traditional technnique used during finishing the floor.

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