Made entirely in solid wood, Nera stools are characterized by simple and tender sculptural beauty. They come with several different hand-carved patterns which enhance the stool’s tactility, and each carving pattern gives a distinct character to the stool.
Kioko Game Box
The objects we treasure, regardless of their size, should represent genuine quality of design, materials and craftsmanship, the kind of quality where every little detail matters and has been throug
Stopme bookstop/doorstop is a endearing decorative object with a hand-carved cone base and skillfully stitched handle in leather.
As the light (i.e. nur) reflects in a mirror, one’s beauty it shows and in beautifying it aids. Mirror is an object in the service of beauty and beautiful it should be.
Aurora Candle Holders
Aurora candle holders owe their appeal to organic sculptural shape, the warmth of wood and an imprint of a human touch in form of hand-carved details.
Mati trays are small sophisticated wooden objects with a “levitating” tray supported by three hand-carved feet also made in thin plates of solid wood.
Sana is a feminine, elegant, and extraordinarily light dining chair made entirely in solid wood.
Koba Coffee Table
Koba coffee table (square) combines sleekness of glass with warmth and tactility of solid wood into a refined sculptural object.
Stonehenge stool was inspired by ancient, small stools found across different cultures in multitude of designs.
PLAY & BURN candle holder set
A testimony to design brilliance of Ludovica + Roberto Palomba, Play & Burn candle holders are quite possibly the most engaging and playful candle holders in existence.
Nera bowls were originally designed to be auctioned at a charity event aimed at protecting endemic trout in Zanat’s hometown.
Sky standing mirrors are modernist art sculptures hand-carved in solid wood.
Mati table, designed by Sebastian Herkner, is a statement of grace and simplicity.
Touch bowls and food platters
Touch bowls and food platters are the result of our continued dialogue with Ilse Crawford, Oscar Peña and their associates at Studioilse about tactility as an essential human need and how it‘s cont