Camelia Radu
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They come from a company which specializes in making these rings.

Miniature World's Set Inside Wooden Rings Create Beautiful Jewellery - BlazePress

HABA® Interactive Learning Wall

Learning Wall, Quarter Circle-Left by HABA -Wall Toy with spinning mirror, sliding cars, three bees, balls game and small cymbals. Wall element made of Baltic Birch with safety glass mirror.

The Design 3.0 series explores how designers might conceive, assemble and distribute products themselves. The collection of self-produced objects includes furniture and lighting, each built with

The Design series explores how designers might conceive, assemble and distribute products themselves. The collection of self-produced objects includes furniture and lighting, each built with

The Abyss Table by Duffy London is a conversation piece made from multiple layers of stacked wood and glass. The stunning coffee table mimics the geological cross-section of an ocean as layers of glass darken the deeper they are situated. The handmade table measures (L)160cm (W)80cm (H)46cm and is limited to a mere 25…

The Abyss Table by Duffy London is a conversation piece made from multiple layers of stacked wood and glass. The stunning coffee table mimics the geological cross-section of an ocean as layers of glass darken the deeper they are situated.

This autumn, Duffy casts an eye downwards - looking to the depths of the ocean to dream up a dramatic new coffee table, that introduces the majesty of the big blue to the interior... As well as servicing you with somewhere impressive to put your cup of tea. Available at Sarah Myerscough Gallery www.sarahmyerscough.com info:  freya@sarahmyerscough.com

Duffy casts an eye downwards - looking to the depths of the ocean to dream up a dramatic round coffee table, that introduces the majesty of the big blue to the interior.

Topographic map have some natural graphic beauty that any designer will notice. Wood patterns are also a thing of beauty. What’s less common is to blend the two and use the wooden patterns as if they were topographic lines. That’s the wonderful idea Greg Klassen had, to create tables that also look like natural topographic …

The Abyss Table – is an amazing nautical-themed coffee table that looks like ocean depths; I think this layered glass and wood table is a bit more work of art than it is a piece of furniture. Photos (c) Duffy London