Mini Greenhouse for the Table
The Greenhouse Mini by Design House Stockholm is the table version of the popular Greenhouse made of wood from the design studio Atelier 2+. It is the space-saving alternative to the big glass box terrarium and serves to grow fresh herbs and the like in the kitchen.
Glass Box for Indoor Gardening
The Greenhouse offers enough room for creativity: Regardless of the weather, flowers as well as herbs can be planted, and a whole miniature landscape can be created in the decorative greenhouse.
The greenhouse is made of solid ash and has a roof made of glass. The greenhouse is only suitable for indoor use.
Height: 34 cm, Depth: 24 cm, Length: 48 cm
Shaped to recall pebbles smoothed by water, the Gregg table lamps are made of blown glass and they cast a soft, warm glow.
Available in two sizes.
In the Be Colour! version, the base also becomes shiny, reflecting the light, and is available in gold or gunmetal, taking on a totally different personality: from a support, it becomes an accent. From a function, it becomes visual action, a sign.
The motif ‘Home Sweet Home’ was selected by Vitra in consultation with the Girard family for this high-quality, linen-bound Guestbook from the virtually inexhaustible store of graphic images conceived by Alexander Girard. This motif is perfect for the Guestbook – not only as a graphic design, but also with regard to its theme.
Happy Bird is a stylised bird based on cartoon characters. Its rounded form, colourful frame, and solid wooden legs make the perfect structure to allow children to climb on its back in complete safety. Me Too Happy Bird figure is both a toy and unconventional seat.
The Jamaica Stool by Pepe Cortés is already a classic in Spanish design and is one of the best designed stools in all history.
The seats beauty lies in sculptural ergonomic forms in natural and enduring materials, making it really comfortable and versatile for both home and contract.
Lightwing, designed by Jean Marie Massaud for Foscarini, is a floor lamp with indirect and adjustable reflected light. The rod is made of extruded aluminium; the square base in zinc alloy houses the transformer and a laser-cut metal ballast. Both are epoxy powder coated. The light body in pressed aluminium acts as a heat dissipator for the LED board thanks to its inner mesh-like shape. The mobile screen is made of a thin laser-cut aluminium sheet, painted in matt white on the inside and in glossy black or white on the outside.
It is easily adjustable thanks to a spherical ‘super magnet’ made of ‘rare earth’ housed in iron and thermoplastic material.
Its transparent cable is fitted with a LED specific dimmer which can be used both to adjust the level of light intensity gradually or as an ON/OFF switch.
The lamp can be controlled from a wall outlet.
Inventive and imaginative, Ultra Violet lights the way to what is yet to come. A dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade, the Pantone Colour of The Year Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future. It suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now.
Puppy is one of the most iconic products in the Me Too Magis’ collection. Created by Eero Aarnio, master of Scandinavian design culture and innovator on the international scene ever since the sixties, Puppy is a little dog as imagined by the great designer, whose aim was to see through children’s eyes when they draw puppies.
A head, a body and legs: essential, rounded shapes that come to life in a friendly, playful, durable and colourful object. Made of polyethylene, and produced using rotational moulding, the piece is guaranteed to be both sturdy and lightweight, ready for endless moments of play and fun, both in the house and out of doors.
Lolly is a personal desk light that gives power to the user through its integrated USB type A and type C ports, offering convenient charging for personal devices. Its head can be angled to illuminate areas of focus, and because different tasks have different asks, Lolly has a four-stage dimmer to enable variation in brightness.
When in 2006, BD Barcelona decided to bet on Jaime Hayon’s talent and successful Showtime Collection, he was still an emerging youngster with an artistic profile not so common at the time. He has refined this over the years. In 2009, after much success with the collection, BD introduced a new piece: Lounger armchair, followed by the Low Lounger. A newer version with a lower backrest, specially thought for the contract market holding Hayon’s unmistakable hallmark.
Obsessed with the idea of creating an imperfect, organic and naturalistic lighting object, Melt was created in collaboration with FRONT – a Swedish design collective. Melt is evocative of molten glass, the interior of a melting glacier, or images of deep space.
A series of distorted spherical lights, half-metallised to create an extraordinary optic effect and cast an ethereal luminosity on their surroundings.