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Lunule

Lunule chair is a combination of strength, beauty and practicality. It is made of wooden frame and soft foam cushion for the seat and backrest. The cushions are covered with leather lining and all the screws are designed to be hidden. The chair pushes the boundaries and introduces a new use of chair by converting to a stool by removing the backrest. Ergonomics has been considered in the design of chair. It is suitable for people who are sitting cross legged.

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Orosi Case

In the design of this library, Persian architecture and its identity which is based on symmetry and geometric elements has been used. The design is also inspired of Orsi windows form and function, and hence made the feelings of order and endurance in the space of house by mixing tradition and modernity.

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Pure Plus

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Teza

Showcasing rounded edges, the design idiom of this sensor waste bin strives for the right balance between hard and soft contours. Available in four colours,Teza harmoniously blends into the environment. The dark, drain-strainer shaped bottom insert is equipped with a bait compartment which attracts cockroaches but prevents children from getting in contact with the insecticides.The sensor-controlled lid opens swiftly and closes silently.

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Arc

Arc Armchair was inspired by the modern architectures and the ponderation of space design on how to composite structures that are not over-decorated and form a new pattern that is elegant and enchanted. This is an outstanding armchair made out of hardwood with overcome various of structural challenges and woodcrafting techniques. The armchair is comfortable with its own personality, lay back, light in weight and with a pretty structure and appearance.

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Cilindro

Whether ancient or contemporary, the column is a shape always present in the architectonic imagery. Inspired by it, the Cilindro produced by Levira, due to the fact that it articulates in two semi-cylinders, allows one of the halves to be constituted as a container, while the other half, by lifting to a horizontal position the plane that closes it can become a working surface. This surface has on its bottom face a telescopic tubular leg which folds through a small mechanism, allowing the horizontal positioning of the plane that constitutes the work surface.

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