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Spot

Conceived from the perception of the new ways of using space and the new habits of the contemporary everyday life, this sofa stands out due to the many functions it can perform with the addition of accessories to its backrest, making it possible to study, work, place and store objects, and recharge electronic devices in the same space. Spot comes in many shapes, suiting several layouts and supplying in one place the needs of a room. It also stimulates the often forgotten human relations, creating a welcoming and functional environment that is capable of conceiving memories.

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Hug

Hug is intended for a reclined sitting posture that anatomically hugs its users. It was inspired by the act of hugging and the feeling of being welcome and safe. As an alternative to the fast and stressful daily life, hug offers a relaxation experience. Its extremely thin and resistant steel plate shell maximizes internal space and minimizes the use of materials. Its cushion is filled with foam and feathers, which favors comfort, and its base is made from wood, which emphasizes the design of the upholstered body. Hug comes with an ottoman.

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Meditation

This is a seat with a curved surface shape, people can easily achieve cross legged sitting by it. This seat ware can effectively distribute the force of the buttocks of the human body evenly to the outside of the knee and the thigh. Even if keeping long time this posture, we will not feel tired. The back can feel the support of the caudal vertebrae, increasing the support of the waist. This design is not only a reflection of culture, but also a study of ergonomics.

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Brooklyn Laundreel

This is laundry belt for interior use. Compact body that is smaller than Japanese paperback looks like tape measure, smooth finish with no screw on surface. 4 m length belt has total 29 holes, each hole can keep and hold coat hanger with no clothespins, it works for quick dry. The belt made of antibacterial & anti-mold polyurethane, safe, clean and strong material. Max load is 15 kg. 2 pcs of hook and rotary body allow multiple way use. Small & simple, but this is very useful indoors laundry item. Easy operation and smart install will fit any types of room.

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Lusitana

The Lusitana chair is the result of a work on plywood, which goes through the new technologies to a meticulous workmanship that gives it a different image and style, where its form expresses an immediate reading, permits to visualize its details, evoking in the imagination shipbuilding, boats and the sea. Its wooden structure fits constructively with simplicity in a single body, distilling elegance from its smooth curves that are organised in an ergonomic way to provide comfort, supported by the fabric upholstery only placed on the structure that can be changed in divers colors.

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Savana

The Savana armchair, made entirely by hand and only with wicker branches, was performed at a small workshop in Sao Paulo. A complex work that questions the high industrialization of furniture, since the raw material was not altered for the making of the piece. Referring to the clump of grass as wind, as found in nature, the Savana is an armchair full of identity and with its own magnetism, unable to go unnoticed. With the branches curved into the water and then glued one by one, it reveals a different detail of every angle of vision, with a vide range of details, that only nature could bestow.

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