CDW 2014: The best of the rest 23.05.14

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  • Spot Hooks by Noble and Wood

  • Spun lamps by TAMMA

  • Capside lamps by Loïc Bard

  • Æsh & Tweed by Georg Œhler

  • Trophy Table lamp for Sé

  • Side plate by Jimbobart

On the second day of Clerkenwell Design Week, Icon's editors picked their favourite products from the three smaller venues: Additions, Platform and Detail

Spot hooks by Noble and Wood

A collection in coloured leather and shiny metal inspired by great explorers.

noble wood 400

Lamps by TAMMA design

Jahoanna Tammsalu’s Keys, Shoes and Glasses lamps are borne out of the shape generated when everyday objects are spun.

tamma 400

Capside lamp by Loïc Bard

It’s hard to resist peeking inside the Capside lamp, with its faceted shell and colourful cord.

loic bard 400

Æsh & Tweed by Georg Œhler

A collection that blends Œhler's British and Austrian roots.

georg oehler 400

Trophy Table lamp for Sé

An elegant yet whimsical series by Nika Zupanc.


Eat My Cake In My Pants side plate by Jimbobart

Bobart has been “keeping animals in their pants since 2009” through his surreal illustrated crockery.

jimbobart 400

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