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volatiledesign: Calling folks of the kitchen world to make a connection between modern day cooking and well designed objects with the pure functionality of early civilization. The Handle Me Collection by Awaa Design Studio is a lovely and simple cast iron and wood dowel set that references the bare and raw use of tools from objects like the wheel and the stone axe. What a wonderful concept.
'Handle Me', a collection of cast iron cookware by Angel Wyller Aarseth, Norway
“Handle Me” by Oeyvind Wyller, Christoffer Angell and Simen Aarseth as part of the collective Angell Wyller Aarseth.
A sleek cast iron cookware set with wooden handles by three Norwegian product designers. Its design is superb!
Øyvind Wyller www.awaa.no/
There is just no explanation for how wonderful food can be to eat out of rustic pottery. It is just one of those experiences you get addicted to.
Ferm Living AW 2014 | Nordic Design
From Nordic Design blog, the Copenhagen home of Uffe Buttered, owner of DANSK fashion magazine and Style Counsel. I could pretty much pin every pic from the house. And I just might!
photo petra bindel via nordic design
page isn't in english ... but to me this looked like aluminum beer bottles spray painted with matte paint!! doing this, this week!!!!
Sara Roxana Design . stick with me
Flemming Lassen; Elm and Niger Leather Armchair for Magasin du Nord's Jubilee Exhibition, 1937.
centerpiece tray by linahuring.com, via Flickr
Designer Akiko Oue’s Kop cup handle resembles handles of a different sort, door handles.
Tick Tock Wooden Clock by Charlotte Ackemar #grandfather #wood #clock
Teapot by Michael Gill. HILARIOUS - IT LOOKS LIKE AN INFLATED BLADDER OF A WINE CASK, TO ME + THIS IS ART!!!!