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SHARP CONTRAST

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Kitchen knives, whether ordinary or exceptional, affordable or expensive, tend to have a visual sameness. The Swiss cookware brand Kuhn Rikon has managed to find a way to stand out from the carbon steel crowd–with this line of color-dipped paring knives and matching safety sheaths.

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TIME LESS

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A ghostly pair of all-white wall clocks by the Swedish multi-disciplinary studio, Claesson Koivisto Rune.

 

 

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SUPER BOWL

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Sublime from any angle, a vintage bowl by the Norwegian enamel artist, Grete Prytz Kittelsen, from the Brooklyn shop, Sit and Read.

 

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SITTING STEEL

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Grid is a powder-coated steel chair for indoor and outdoor use, designed by the Swedish mulit-disciplinary studio, Komplot.

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WHISK AWAY

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If ever there was a reason for buying a new whisk, this space saving design from Normann Copenhagen may be it.

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FLOOR PLAN

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Some amazingly pretty, white mosaic tile.

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WRIST MANAGEMENT

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Knot Narrow, a wooden bracelet by Gustav Reyes.

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RETOOLED

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Elemen’tary, the best-looking screwdriver ever, methinks.

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MOD DUCK

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Hlynur Atlason is an Icelandic designer who clearly believes it’s never too early to introduce tykes to modernism. Here, his solid silicone rubber duck is a more safe, durable, hygienic version of the traditional rubber ducky–and has enough weight to double as a door stop or toiletries container, when turned on its side.

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BLACK LIGHT

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Yikes. One is left to wonder how despondent the French designer Marie Thurnauer must have been to think up this macabre neon light solution, benignly named Suspension.