ritual match striker

Roman inspired by starting each morning clear of mind, with an acceptance for what the day holds, celebrating the rituals and moments that the beginning of each day brings.
+ the Future Kept

epiphytes

The project Epiphytes invites to rethink the relationship with indoor nature in terms of a cohabitation more respectful and attentive to the needs of the plant. It, although domesticated, can be free to express itself in its natural bearing.
+ dossofiorito

sponge lights

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“There is a new light. No dazzles. No marks. Not even corpuscles or lumens,” begins Pottery Project of its Sponge light description. “It is a warm and porous light, coming from the handmade pottery piece skin.”
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thumb waterer 

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Watered With Love
This innovative watering can from ceramicists Jo-Anne and Gerald Warren transforms plant watering from a single gush of water into a gentle spring rain. Instead of a spout, it spreads the water pressure out like a shower head through a number of small holes in its base. Fill the vessel by dipping it into water, keeping the water inside by simply placing your thumb over the top opening. You’ll create a vacuum that holds its contents in place until you’re holding it over your thirsty flowerbed. Release your thumb and watch the water sprinkle onto your plants.
created by Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

nomadic radiator

nomadic radiator / satyendra pakhale

“My curiosity led me to create a contemporary object for warming up the space closely surrounding the user that applies the technology of today and brings back poetic imagination to an object of utility – this is how Kangeri Nomadic Radiator was conceived.” Satyendra Pakhalé
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