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Peaked Hat Pendant and Wall Lighting Shade from Moili

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Material: yellow PP, felt, zipper, natural leather, Size : 400W X 380H (mm)

variation : various color & pattern fabric possible

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Admired the quirky simplicity of the Peaked Hat Pendant and Wall Lighting Shade

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Though their climates may differ, most areas of the world experience some form of seasonal change. The Peaked Hat Lighting Shade is inspired by the way our clothing/fashion changes between these seasons and offers a similar idea for interior spaces. Ranging from flowery prints for spring to warm felt material for winter, the light shades use a simple zipper and are easily interchangeable depending on the time of year.

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Inspired by Soban portable dining tables in Korea, Plainoddity designed a pair of tables, OA[oa], that could be used for other purposes in everyday life.

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원형 ㅗㅏ : circle OA[oa] table

By removing the typical decoration found on the Soban tables, they were able to simplify the designs to make the modern, multi-use tables. When the tables are not in use, they can be hung on the wall with an OA Hook.

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팔각 ㅗㅏ : octagon OA[oa] table

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ㅗㅏ걸이 : OA[oa] hook

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Enfield swivel bar stool and side chair

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Shaker Bench

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Public Seating for MMCA Korea

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Hat Lamp

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Shell Desk

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Sprung Side Chair

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Sprung Sidechair, Shell_Desk

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Basket Tray

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Judd Table

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Shaker laundry basket

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Shaker Rocker

Studio gorm is design office founded in 2007 by John Arndt and Wonhee Arndt. They design products, furniture, lighting, interiors and exhibitions. They work for a variety of international clients. Their designs are informed by their speculative academic research which explores culture, history and technology and how objects and ideas evolve to fit the needs of modern life.

While they work as designers of functional objects they have backgrounds in sculpture and craft which strongly informs their work. Their methods are rooted in physical making where objects evolve out of an experimental constructive approach to design. Their products are simple practical and thoughtful, approachable forms designed for everyday life. Their office is based in Eugene Oregon where they are both professors in the Product Design Department at the University of Oregon.

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