The Tumbler Lamp is sleek and practical. The oil contained in the lamp means you'd struggle to tip it over, as the bulbous bottom counters any force against it. That's not a challenge to boot it across the room, though.
Every year, the people of Porto pay tribute to St. John the Baptist by throwing garlic flowers and plastic hammers at each other. Unsurprisingly, that spectacle looked a lot better with the mirrored S. Joao Structure hanging above it.
It's like an Eames Chair and a Ferrari had a baby. For more furniture porn, click here.
This ethereal item is far more robust than its gossamer look would suggest. The SuiTable can be used as a chair, an ottoman, and - of course - a table. It's made out of vegetable fibers using basketry techniques . I've no idea what those fibers are, but they sound pretty durable.
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