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CACTO

Iconic design with functional piece of decoration. Cacto was made to fullfill the space with irreverence and humor. Where there is drought there is also beauty, and it was from there that the studio was inspired to create the Cactus. After all, the studio's greatest inspiration, the master Luiz Gonzaga, was already saying, "Mandacaru when 'blazing' in the drought ...". A design accessory that intrigues, delivers robustness in its shape and traces in a playful way the dry scenery of the Northeast.

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kinema active chair

kinema active chair is a customization sit-stand sit product that can be smoothly and flexibly adjusted to its user´s body and requirements so that it combines various stand sit and sit postures in one piece of furniture. With only two adjustable parts it is easy to set up, simple to use and combinable with height-adjustable desks and tables.

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Aerelight A1

Designed for simplicity and user interaction, the contemporary Aerelight A1 desk lamp brings cutting edge, energy-efficient OLED light technology out of research labs and into your hands. The incredibly thin and elegant profile of the lamp is only possible with OLED which casts an ultra-wide footprint of warm glare-free light. Handcrafted using premium materials, the precise angles in the durable Aluminum frame deliver functional illumination while providing visual and physical balance. The design includes simple touch activation to control brightness and wireless charging for mobile devices.

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Grid/Electro

Electro is a first item from Grid series, which shows the symbol of energy in product design. Since fire was the first discovered type of energy, candlestick became the first item in this series. Product base is a well-known typical form of modern landscape - electric power lines, which are one of the most typical symbols of the age of industrialization. By scaling such an exterior element, we bring it into interior in a new content - as a candlestick.

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Egg of Concrete

The Egg Chair of Concrete designed by Fatemeh Fooladi draws inspiration from iconic Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen. It is a reinterpretation of the classic designs of the modernist era with a contemporary twist. Constructed with concrete, rusted rebar and metal plates the concrete chair’s composition brings to light the unique qualities of industrial materials and repurposes the raw materials to create a comfortable and cosy place to seat. To reduce the weight the lightweight concrete mix was used. The neutral color makes this a versatile option for a wide variety of interiors styles.

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Ultraleggera

In the user’s living space,it will be able to undertake the task of a coffee table and meet the needs of putting, leaving, keeping in mind a number of objects; It is not only designed for laptop use, but may be less specific for laptop use; It can allow different seating positions without limiting mobility when using on the knee;In short, a home furniture that is not intended for use on the knees but is still recommended use in moments found in seating units such as seat couches for short-term.

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