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Minimalistic lines and a pleasing shape come together in the Pedal Waste Bin. Simple, yet well-conceived design makes this trash can is a pleasure to behold and practical to use. With a powder-lacquered steel outer shell and plastic inner bucket, the Pedal Waste Bin is easy to clean. An intelligent bag lock keeps trash liners in place while the brushed steel lid opens at the slightest touch of the pedal without striking the back wall or skidding.
Spring is a simple and timeless coat rack for any given locality. It impresses with its optical lightness and high stability which is achieved by the smart design: The wooden rod is pushed through the open spring turn—subsequently the open triangle is pressed together and fixed with a screw to the wall such that the spring is tensioned and the wooden rod is fixed in position.
The Gradient Puzzle is a vibrant way to meditate on color. The act of putting it together is slow and deliberate, where the color of each piece is used to locate its proper position. We’ve used a thick stock and high quality art paper, so the puzzle can be assembled again and again without losing its edge.
1,000 pieces, 1,000 colors. When designing this chromatic challenge, Paris-based artist Clemens Habicht was inspired by the blue sky of a particularly difficult puzzle. He found that relying on an intuitive sense of color was much more satisfying—and therapeutic—than putting together the image-based areas of the puzzle.
Cast iron incense burners by Metaphys, a division of Hers Experimental Design Laboratory of Osaka, Japan. With its solid heft and geometric shape (cube or cylinder), Quolo is a striking tabletop item as well as a space-efficient ash catcher. Simply insert an incense stick vertically into the center hole, and the ashes will be collected in the concave top surface.