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Homeware Design

Homeware Design featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

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Twist

Twist is a sustainable water kettle with zero water loss. It preserves water by inner circulation, therefore provides water, energy and time efficiency. With water kettles, water efficiency is a problem where %25 of the water is lost during boiling. Unlike conventional kettles, Twist does not waste water, while it also saves energy by reducing process time. Besides being eco-friendly, it also makes water-heating process more economic, safe and practical. With its innovative water cycle system, water and steam are preserved in body and circulated.

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Pebble

Pebble is designed as a healthy heating system for both indoor and outdoor places. The system is based on the heating of naturally formed and tumbled pebbles of various natural colors via an electrical resistance. The product is healthy by humudifying the air, also economical and space-saving with the wide surface area in a small volume. The product, as a natural heating system is both functional with its mobility and visually appealing with a sculpture like look.

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Dhyana

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The FA.B.

The “Fa.B.” is a fabric bookcase and a fabulous new way to store, arrange and protect your books and magazines. Outside the rationale of any shelving system, “Fa.B.” offers the user renewable storage space. A single or more modular fabric units can be added to the wooden stand in a few minutes. The durable fabric along with the wide open wooden sides of “Fa.B.” gives us the opportunity to use as little raw materials as possible, according to the "dematerialization" approach that our times require. The “Fa.B.” is an easy to move around, foldable – literally!- flat-pack furniture.

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Ten To Sen テントセン (Point and Line)

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