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Tango

Two poufs of the same size which can be transformed into a portable mattress, a stool or a couch. Tango takes two to tango so it needs two of the same elements which can be transformed into a functional portable and playful furniture. Multifunctional poufs are made of soft recycled foam or seagrass covered with coconut layer, decorated with natural wool fabric in several colors with the possibility of sitting, lying down and sleeping. Available in two options: indoors and outdoors.

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TPH Cypress

The TPH Cypress has a simple and minimal shape in which paper is sandwiched between two inverted V-shaped trays and taken out from above. A beautiful paper holder made using the traditional technique Japanese call Hikimage with Kiso cypress. Kiso is famous for producing cypress. A metal fitting is attached to the back side of the upper tray. As a result, the weight is increased and friction is reduced, enabling smooth removal. Kiso cypress is highly antibacterial, has a very beautiful grain, and has a refreshing scent.

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Parachute

When listening to Coldplay's first album, it suddenly occurred to the designer to look up the word parachute. It seems that the name parachute comes combining the Italian parare (to protect) with the French chute (to fall). Yusuke Watanabe thought that was a rather fine name. Yusuke Watanabe tried to think of devices that protect against falling. When in use, the plank for the section being used falls, and hangs there. Their coat, their magazine and more this protects them from falling. The sight of looking down on their parachute from up above is rather pleasing, too.

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Ege

Ege is a series of kilims reflecting an admiration for the visual and emotional expressiveness of the sea surface, with its fluid movements, and hues of color reflections that create a relaxing effect on the human psyche. Taking its inspiration from the blue Aegean Sea, the collection reinterprets centuries old craft traditions of Anatolian kilim weaving with a modern, contemporary and sensual design approach. Handwoven by Anatolian weavers using 100% sheep wool, Ege collection aims to bring the Aegean spirit full of sea, wind, sand and nature to the interior space.

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Livre

Livre was born from the idea to blend together the desire for the concept of an Asian-inspired product with the actual perspective of GallottieRadice. The result of this is an armchair that could be define hybrid for the craftmanship applied to the solid wood base; the upper part is instead an enveloping armchair, that feels like a cocoon, very elegant in its shape in contrast with the base which is thick but at the same time tapered, interesting and very soft as a whole.

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Happy Water

Happy water is a humidifier equipped with magnetic levitation technology, which atomizes Water through an ultrasonic atomizing device and is equipped with an ultraviolet lamp for circulating disinfection. It not only has a humidifying function, but also an artistic interior furnishings. Their design team incorporated traditional Chinese culture, allowing them to enter a state of mindfulness while using it.

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