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Big Sur Desk and Myko chair

Big Sur (Desk)

Expanding on their Big Sur concept, Simon Klenell & Kristoffer Sundin upsized the form 
to create a super-powerful desk. Like it’s smaller counterpart, it’s a deceptively complex piece in terms of its construction and engineering. Its dual glass sheets still cast those beautiful shadows
and can be mixed to create your own personal colour combination.

Gito side table designed by Diiis

Gito

The ambition with Gito was to make a tabletop from two materials, aesthetically-pleasing even on a tactile level. And the name… Gi(n and) To(nic). From life’s contrasts come the most lasting of impressions.

Grande table designed by Note for Fogia

Grande

Grande is a table for people with hints of Japanese shaker design blended with Scandinavian detailing. Designed with a purposeful duality, Note found a balance between dining, meeting and working.

Hawu side tables in black by Diiis

Hawu

Hawu is a quietly innovative piece. With its integrated trivets and bookends, which act as part of the shelf’s fixing system, it’s a piece that draws the eye. Can be dismantled for easy transportation, and its durability will see them through many lifecycles.

Bollo Spisolini

Spisolini

We wanted to see how Andreas Engesvik might reinterpret Bollo for a new audience, a new time. His response is a visually arresting dining chair, Spisolini poised and refined for its new setting.

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