woud presents second collection ever at maison et objet 2016 woud presents second collection ever at maison et objet 2016
sep 10, 2016

woud presents second collection ever at maison et objet 2016

 

after a successful first collection consisting primarily of furniture, danish company woud has launched their second one at maison et objet. presenting eleven new designs, the products focus especially on home accessories including mirrors, shelves, trays, lamps, and chairs, that are meant to last—offering and guaranteeing high quality.

 

created by austrian martin zanolin, the ‘barb mirror’ consists of two wall-mounted mirrors with an enclosed handle that allows for it to be used also by hand as a make-up accessorie. made of solid oak, the object comes in two different sizes: 21 cm and 26 cm. 

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‘polar shelf’ by terhedebrügge

 

 

 

created by terhedebrügge for woud, ‘polar shelf’ is a clear example of the harmonious balance between function and aesthetics. comprised of a horizontal shelf and a perpendicular loop that stabilizes the first one, the piece has a two-dimensional look that stands out. launched in two colors; deep red and dusty gray, users can either lean or hang things on to it. 

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‘mirror box’ by laura bilde

 

 

 

‘mirror box’ by danish designer laura bilde is a mirror, a shelf, and a piece of furniture for storage. characterized by its scandinavian simplicity, this object is able to adapt to different areas, including the hallway, bedroom or office. the clean line design of the shelf allows for four boxes to be incorporated, generating places to put objects that can be moved around to suit the individual needs. the mirror has a diameter of 50 cm.

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‘wallie’ by amalie skov

 

 

 

designed by amalie skov, ‘wallie’ is a drawer that goes directly on your wall. composed of a black metal bracket that embraces a magnetic drawer made of oak, this piece of furniture creates a contrast that provides the opportunity for it to be mixed with other ones. its size makes it perfect for storing small objects like keys, and it can even be used as a bedside table.

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‘vowel’ by keisuke kawase

 

 

 

made of a compact metal frame, ‘vowel’ by japanese interior designer keisuke kawase is interrupted by a diagonal separator that creates depth in the shelf while adding more layers and space. the piece can stand alone or can be combined with other depending on the needs of the user. ‘vowel’ comes in four colors: red, dark blue, white and nude.

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‘timewatch’ by agata nowak

 

 

 

as for ‘timewatch’, agata nowak wanted to combine a clock with a mirror, taking advantage of their circular shapes. modesty and simplicity are key words in the design, which also shines through in the choice of materials. its simple design is the perfect addition to any home, office or restaurant.

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‘pocket mirror’ by daniel schofield

 

 

 

‘pocket mirror’ was created by daniel schofield for those who rush out of the house in the mornings and want to take a last look in the mirror while taking the keys. an oak bowl sits on the bottom edge, acting as storage and as the perfect detail and accompaniment for the mirror. ‘pocket mirror’ comes in two different sizes: ⌀ 32 cm and ⌀ 26 cm. 

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‘pidestall planters’ by emilie stahl carlsen

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‘racket trays’ by therkel skou steffensen

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