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Webzine from an design passionate. My name is Peter, I'm 27 I live close to Paris. I created this blog in early 2011 to share with you my passion for design and interior architecture.

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    Ninna table
    By Adentro

    Solid ash wood table, natural varnished, white marble Calacatta Oro or Emperador marble top. Dia 50 cm - h 45 cm


    A coffee table designed by Carlo Contin characterized by simple and smooth shapes. The Ninna three legs base supports a thin-brushed marble top. Its structure is entirely crafted from hand turned ash wood materials. The assembly points are tapered to form a sleek bottleneck shape similar to the design of the Ninna armchair. The Ninna table exists in 2 versions : Coffee table and pedestal. Carlo Contin partners with Adentro to make this second piece.


    The price of the article include eco-participation. 

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  • , Cédric Ragot Matea
    Dubai pot
    By Cédric Ragot

    Pot in natural beech wood, grey lacquered lid. Dia 11 cm - h 22 cm


    Design Cédric Ragot. Ha la ville !... Containers for home, kitchen and elsewhere... I made my city with these four boxes mimicking the archetypes towers taken from some megacities, urban micro shelf or worktop landscape...

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  • , Gabriel Teixido Matea
    Alo chair
    By Gabriel Teixido

    Chair, structure in Epoxy steel, seat in beech wood, fabric type A recovery. 60 cm x 52 cm - h 78 cm (seat : 45 cm)


    Design Gabriel Teixido. The space between the wooden seat and structure that envelops the essence of Alo family. A meeting between two materials which gives room inevitable feeling of lightness, elegance and simplicity.


    Furniture made to order*. Stackable up to 6 units. A counselor will contact you after your order to define the steel and fabric color, and the wood tones. The furniture can also be equipped with pads.

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  • , Anita Johansen Matea
    By Anita Johansen

    Oak wood daybed, seat in light gray wool. 180 cm x 80 cm - h 40 cm


    Design Anita Johansen. Anita Johansen graduated from the Danish School of Design in 2012. His "Daybed" is made from traditional Nordic materials, and consists of two parts : a simple structure made of oak wood and a thin layer of wool, soft and padded (Kvadrat / Hallingdal wool).


    Furniture made to order*.

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  • , Gry Fager Matea
    Leaves plate
    By Gry Fager

    Porcelain plate. Large model, white and gray motifs. Dia 24 cm - h 1,5 cm


    Design Gry Fager. The "Cross Stitch" is a great tradition of Danish craftsmanship, and closely related to the family technique. Most of us have learned the tradition of our grandmothers, incredibly patient. The cross stitch is a great hobby to let your mind wander to let go of your thoughts. And we think that's what the world needs now: breathe and assess how we want to live. It is our hope, gather around the Stitches collection, take the time to slow down, relax with friends, children or family, and simply focus on where you are, on the present moment.


    "I focused on a personal creation of useful products, ranging bring joy into your daily life. In this series, you will find pitchers, cups, bowls, egg cups, plates and dishes. There will be many opportunities to slow down and relax around some beautiful points of the cross. "

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    Black lamp
    By Bloomingville

    Metal table lamp, wooden handle and head lamp. Matte black. 45 cm x 15 cm - h 55 cm


    The fall and winter means shorter days and longer nights, the perfect time to brighten up your home with Bloominville lamps, and enjoy the many new designs and materials proposed by the brand. A unique opportunity to create a style house.


    40W E14 bulb not included, 2 meters cord.

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