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  • Table Skin – Embroidery

    $414.99

    Take an art piece of the Rijksmuseum home. DeJongeKalff made a white silicone cast of the elegant geometric “embroidery example with rectangular shield” carved in wood between 1507 – 1521 by Albrecht Dürer. The inverse engraving is a table cloth much like classical white damast table linen but durable, waterproof and easy to clean.

    Material: silicon rubber, stretch textile. The tablecloth can be cleaned using warm water and soap, don’t use bleach and/or any other dissolvent. After cleaning you can rub the top side of the tablecloth with a thin layer of talcum powder to make it less static.

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  • Table Skin – Strings and Things

    $414.99

    Show off with classical white damast table linen without the hustle of bleaching and ironing. This table cloth is a silicone cast of traditional Dutch ribbons and piping embroidery that has almost been forgotten through the passage of time. You can preserve culture, plus have a durable, waterproof and easy to clean classic table cloth with a twist.

    Material: silicon rubber, stretch textile. The tablecloth can be cleaned using warm water and soap, don’t use bleach and/or any other dissolvent. After cleaning you can rub the top side of the tablecloth with a thin layer of talcum powder to make it less static.

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  • Soft Vase by Hella Jongerius

    $249.99

    This flexible vase highlights the beauty of imperfection. Air bubbles which are usually carefully removed become the decoration.

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  • Red revisited – Bowl

    $299.99

    Medieval pottery from the Dutch town of Bergen op Zoom has been brought into the modern times by being cast in shiny red plastic. It has also been modernized with the use of a bright red to replace the clay red of the originals. The imperfections of the handmade earthenware are included.

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  • Tableau tablecloth by Maurice Scheltens

    $399.99

    Using photogram technique, this tablecloth is decorated with the silhouettes of the aftermath of a dinner party. The shadows tell the story.

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  • Red Revisited – Large Plate

    $294.99

    Medieval pottery from the Dutch town of Bergen op Zoom has been brought into the modern times by being cast in shiny red plastic. It has also been modernized with the use of a bright red to replace the clay red of the originals. The imperfections of the handmade earthenware are included.

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  • Red Revisited – Small Plate

    $274.99

    Medieval pottery from the Dutch town of Bergen op Zoom has been brought into the modern times by being cast in shiny red plastic. It has also been modernized with the use of a bright red to replace the clay red of the originals. The imperfections of the handmade earthenware are included.

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  • Chest of drawers by Tejo Remy

    $25,426.78

    Chest of drawers had its première in 1991 and has since become a true Droog classic, an icon of conceptual design collected by museums such as MoMA and Museum of Art and Design in New York. A criticism on consumerism, Tejo Remy collected found drawers, gave them new enclosures and loosely bundled them into a chest. His pioneering vision was to make one’s own paradise with what one encounters, as Robinson Crusoë did on his island.

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  • Chest of drawers XS by Tejo Remy

    $40,027.18

    Chest of drawers had its première in 1991 and has since become a true Droog classic, an icon of conceptual design collected by museums such as MoMA and Museum of Art and Design in New York. A criticism on consumerism, Tejo Remy collected found drawers, gave them new enclosures and loosely bundled them into a chest. His pioneering vision was to make one’s own paradise with what one encounters, as Robinson Crusoë did on his island. Sixteen years later, Tejo Remy has created Chest of drawers XS; a limited edition in a tabletop size—a collector’s ‘wonder cabinet’ for their collections.

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  • Come a little bit closer bench by Nina Farkache

    $10,872.14

    This bench creates a unique, almost unexplainable kind of atmosphere between people. The seats sliding across the marbles combined with the sound of rolling glass mean it’s hard not to have fun and the experience unites you with your neighbour, even when you are not moving at all.

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  • Cow chair by Niels van Eijk

    $4,077.38

    Each chair is naturally unique, consisting of nothing more than a single cowhide. The untreated cowhide is stretched around a form when soaking wet and then left for one week until it has dried into a solid form.

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  • Tree-trunk bench by Jurgen Bey

    $15,445.25

    A fallen tree can serve as a seat. The addition of bronze classical chair backs makes it a proper piece of furniture, a crossing between nature and culture. Jurgen Bey makes clear that it is ridiculous to transport trees when they are locally available. Therefore only the chair backs are for sale.

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