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  1. These striped patterns provide a colourful accent to any kind of setting. An eye-catching décor with defined structure and rhythm brightens up any occasion. Origo is easily combinable with other Iittala tableware because of its wide spectrum of colours. Its simple form is a perfect example of lasting design.

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    $275.00
  2. No dash of flash needed. Pleasing comfort, timeless form, and a hardy build makes Chip a poised seating fix for any space. Available in chair, barstool and counterstool.

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  3. No dash of flash needed. Pleasing comfort, timeless form, and a hardy build makes Chip a poised seating fix for any space. Available in chair, barstool and counterstool.

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    Price From: $399.00
  4. The Geo Series has a stringent, geometric feel. Circles, triangle and angled edges make up the design, meaning that all unnecessary details have been stripped away. This gives the design a stylized look. The Geo range is made of a lightweight material with a glossy inside and a lovely mat finish on the outside. The color scheme is a combination of classic and light colors that look gorgeous in modern homes of all kinds. The Geo Sugar Bowl is both edgy and functional. The lidded jar protects the sugar and a small hole in the lid fits the spoon. Use the Geo Sugar Bowl together with the Geo Vacuum Jug and the Geo Milk Jug as well as other pieces in the Geo series to create a stylish setting for the serving of tea or coffee.

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    $17.50
  5. Taking a modern spin on the classic roll arm sofa, the Garrison features softened angular lines and an ultramodern brass-finished sled base.  For maximum comfort, the seat and back cushions are filled with an eco-friendly synthetic-down, derived from recycled PET plastic. The frame is constructed with kiln-dried 100% FSC®-Certified hardwood.

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    $1,999.00
  6. Designed by T.J. Thomas and Audra Bielskus of Studio Murmur for Loll. The No.9 Collection is made from 100% post-consumer waste and manufactured by Loll in Duluth, Minn. The No. 9 stays out all night and is up early to greet you for morning coffee or afternoon lollygagging.Ships flat and assembly is a piece of cake.

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    $320.00
  7. Going through the impeccable furniture sketches of mid century architect Ralph Rapson could possibly be one of the best ways to spend a cold winter afternoon in Minnesota. Loll found his Cave Chair illustration and immediately thought it would be a great collaboration piece that fit the Loll aesthetic. Ralph originally conceived this chair in 1943 as plywood with a cushion, but it was never actually produced. Perfectly over-sized, futuristic, comfortable, and fun, the Cave Chair will induce hours of conversation whether you're sitting in it or just walking by. Named after the earth-excavated Cave House that Ralph designed with Dave Runnells in 1939, it too was never built.

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    $855.00
  8. Back in 2011 when MENU and Norm Architects were working on a brand new series of dinnerware, it became clear to us that a series with such a unique Nordic feel needed an equally unique base - something way out of the ordinary. So we joined forces with Copenhagen restaurateurs Cofoco and together we designed, invented and built what is today known as the World's best design restaurant: Restaurant Höst in the centre of Copenhagen. So, it all started with a plate of New Norm Dinnerware. Much like the ones you can get right here. New Norm Dinnerware expresses the purity, simplicity, and honesty so particularly characteristic of the Nordic way. At the same time, the dinnerware reinterprets the well known and challenges the traditional ways of staging a meal. The diversity of colours and materials in New Norm Dinnerware sets the creativity free. All New Norm Dinnerware products are produced with isostatic press technology to improve durability. The production takes place in a state of the art European factory, specialising in high-quality porcelain for restaurants and hotels. This gives your plates and bowls an exceptional durability. All designs are colour-glazed and burned twice at 1400 degrees for maximum strength and a special glazing process gives each item a unique soft aquarelle look, and makes sure that no two plates, bowls or cups are alike. Around 100 people are involved in the process of crafting, quality controlling and caring for each piece of New Norm Dinnerware.

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    Price From: $22.00
  9. Back in 2011 when MENU and Norm Architects were working on a brand new series of dinnerware, it became clear to us that a series with such a unique Nordic feel needed an equally unique base - something way out of the ordinary. So we joined forces with Copenhagen restaurateurs Cofoco and together we designed, invented and built what is today known as the World's best design restaurant: Restaurant Höst in the centre of Copenhagen. So, it all started with a plate of New Norm Dinnerware. Much like the ones you can get right here. New Norm Dinnerware expresses the purity, simplicity, and honesty so particularly characteristic of the Nordic way. At the same time, the dinnerware reinterprets the well known and challenges the traditional ways of staging a meal. The diversity of colours and materials in New Norm Dinnerware sets the creativity free. All New Norm Dinnerware products are produced with isostatic press technology to improve durability. The production takes place in a state of the art European factory, specialising in high-quality porcelain for restaurants and hotels. This gives your plates and bowls an exceptional durability. All designs are colour-glazed and burned twice at 1400 degrees for maximum strength and a special glazing process gives each item a unique soft aquarelle look, and makes sure that no two plates, bowls or cups are alike. Around 100 people are involved in the process of crafting, quality controlling and caring for each piece of New Norm Dinnerware.

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    $24.95
  10. Echoing rings of water, this pressed glassware from 1932 is tactile proof that essential design survives the test of time. Simple, space-saving design that permits stacking and versatility were the starting point for these classics. In production since its launch, Aino Aalto glassware now celebrates 80 years of design history and today continues to drive the Iittala design thinking forward.

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