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'Radio Cubo', red
'Radio Cubo' by Richard Sapper and Marco Zanus for Brionvega
The 'Radio Cubo' is a reinvention of a cult classic, the 'Cubo TS 502'. The red radio maintains its timelessness yet presents a series of wholly contemporary functions.
'Archetoys' sports car
'Archetoys' sports car by Floris Hovers for Magis
Children and adults alike will appreciate Magis' Archetoys, a collection that is in equal parts a design project and an exploration of our collective memory.
Font clock
'Font' wall clock by Sebastian Wrong for Established & Sons
The iconic calendar clock is presented with a twist. The 'Font' wall clock Introduces an ever-changing display of twelve different typefaces. Spanning classic type families, like Bodon, to 20th century classics like Helvetica.
Toolbox, sea blue by Arik Levy for Vitra
The perfect DIY companion, this plastic toolbox is produced by Swiss manufacturer Vitra. Featuring several compartments for organising your work accessories and a handy handle, this caddy is compact and easy to store.
Girl power
'Mellow' vase by Hattern
Studio Hattern's 'Mellow' vase is a minimalist interpretation of the moments of colour, tone, texture and light conveyed in Impressionist paintings.
'Mellow' vase by Hattern
'Sowden' bottle designed by George Sowden for Hay
George Sowden's bottle series for Hay — a riot of colour and shape — presents this playful 350ml container. The bottle is suitable for both hot and cold beverages, while its ergonomic shape makes it ideal for carrying when on the go.
'Sowden' bottle
'Ring' jewel box by Andrea Fišarová for piece of GRAM
Simple and elegant, Andrea Fišarová's 'Ring' jewel box is a contemporary statement crafted from a traditional material.
‘Pepe’ marble mirror by Studiopepe for Menu
Designed by Milanese agency Studiopepe, this stylish marble mirror takes its cues from the aesthetic of late 1950s Italy, which favoured clean lines and precious materials.
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