Arne Jacobsen - Station Wall Clock - Autotype
Arne Jacobsen - Station Wall Clock $349.00
Time, time, time, see what's become of me. Do you think the father of Danish modernism knew we would still love this clock he designed for an electrical manufacturer, 80+ years later? Details: -Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1941 -Mechanical display -Precision quartz movement -AA battery (not included) -Mineral Glass Lens, Aluminum case, ABS -No Assembly Required DimensionsHeight 11.4", Depth 2.5", Diameter 11.4", Weight 3.17Lbs
Asano - Paper Moon no. 1 - Autotype
Asano - Paper Moon no. 1 $135.00
Don't go light on the vibes. Shigeru Uchida's Paper Moon Lamps seem - at first - like they're all vibes until you realize the lamps actually represent a modern industrialist's careful attempt to synthesize the ancient practices of washi paper making and bamboo construction with the principles of modern design. So yeah...VIBES! Details:Japanese Washi paper shade, wire armature, steel base plate.H:9.25" x Ø:12.5"Fixture: E17    Max Wattage: 25wCord length: 75"   Cord material: PVCEnvironment: Indoor
Asano - Paper Moon no. 5 - Autotype
Asano - Paper Moon no. 5 $135.00
Don't go light on the vibes. Shigeru Uchida's Paper Moon Lamps seem - at first - like they're all vibes until you realize the lamps actually represent a modern industrialist's careful attempt to synthesize the ancient practices of washi paper making and bamboo construction with the principles of modern design. So yeah...VIBES! Details:Japanese Washi paper shade, wire armature, steel base plate.H:9.25" x Ø:12.5"Fixture: E17    Max Wattage: 25wCord length: 75"   Cord material: PVCEnvironment: Indoor
Bauhaus Christmas Ornaments
Bauhaus Christmas Ornaments $195.00
Celebrate the centennial of the Bauhaus (1919 – 2019) with this set of 12 turned-wood Christmas ornaments. Their clean geometric forms are crafted in the Black Forest in Germany, to a large extent by hand. Designed in 1929/30, these ornaments are attributed to the Bauhaus architect Johannes Gabriel. Set of 12 Ornaments 1.25" (bell) - 4" (6 cones) Handmade in Germany Maple wood
Bookends - Autotype
Bookends $240.00
Your mailman is going to wish they didn't skip arm day when it comes time to deliver these cast iron bookends from Japanese designer Rikucho Ogasawara. We could talk about the Ogasawara's unique ability to apply modern design to such a traditional production process, but here's what you really want to know. Whichever super impressive books you like to display, but maybe haven't actually read...these bookends will hold them up and make sure visitors to your home notice them and assume you read them. These horn inspired bookends are sold as a pair, and have become an iconic design of master craftsman Rikuchou Ogasawara. Made with traditional techniques from the Iwate region of Japan, the cast iron is modern and classic at the same time. An appropriately understated yet distinct design to hold up your beloved books - place on your shelf or right on your desk as a visual centerpiece. Hand-made cast iron may show slight variation.
Kinto Sacco Glass Vase 01 - Autotype
Kinto Sacco Glass Vase 01 $23.70
Vases that only hold one flower are a secret weapon when it comes to decorating. The ratio of effort to payoff is sublime. Rather than look for 1 large vase, try mixing and matching 3 small bud vases with 1-3 stems in each. Your table will look all the better for it.
Kinto Sacco Vase 02 - Autotype
Kinto Sacco Vase 02 $32.90
Vases that only hold one flower are a secret weapon when it comes to decorating. The ratio of effort to payoff is sublime. Rather than look for 1 large vase, try mixing and matching 3 small bud vases with 1-3 stems in each. Your table will look all the better for it.
Le Klint 375 Table Lamp - Autotype
Le Klint 375 Table Lamp $1,000.00
Even if you watch an hour of video about how these lamps are made (like we did) it still remains a mystery. From a long, flat sheet of paper to precisely rendered sculpture, all through a careful sequence of precise, repeated folds in the paper. Otherworldly stuff.  
Luna Vase 80x130mm - Autotype
Luna Vase 80x130mm $34.00
LUNA is a single-flower vase featuring a brass plate that gently shines as though it is reflecting the moonlight. The plate supports leaves of plants and is suited for enjoying hydroponic growing of succulents. As the plate can be removed, taking care of plants is easy. The glass vase can also be used on its own to display a small bouquet. The brass will age gracefully over time, adding richness and depth to your interior space.​ φ80 x H130 mm / 360 mlφ3.2 x H5.2 in / 12.2 oz Soda glass, Brass. Do not use abrasive cleansers or steel wool. By characteristics of this glassware, product may contain tiny air bubbles and black dots. By characteristics of this glassware, product surface may frost or smell under high temperature and high humidity. Please wash the product with neutral detergent when it smell or frost. Product size and shape varies in each item due to manufacturing process. Slight scratches, darkening, or dents may be found on brass. Do not leave brass wet as humidity may cause the color to change. With continued use, the color of brass surface will change due to oxidation. To clean the brass, use a metal cleaner and follow its directions.
Luna Vase 80x70mm - Autotype
Luna Vase 80x70mm $31.00
LUNA is a single-flower vase featuring a brass plate that gently shines as though it is reflecting the moonlight. The plate supports leaves of plants and is suited for enjoying hydroponic growing of succulents. As the plate can be removed, taking care of plants is easy. The glass vase can also be used on its own to display a small bouquet. The brass will age gracefully over time, adding richness and depth to your interior space.​
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Magazine Rack
Magazine Rack $230.00
Made from plywood and walnut veneer, this magazine holder upholds Saito Wood’s signature bend, durability, and lightness to accommodate printed pieces of all sizes and weights, without compromising beauty. Color: Walnut 11.1/2 in x 17 in x 7.1/2 in Materials: Plywood and Walnut Veneer In 1950, Isamu Saito established Saito Woodworking shop in Shizuoka prefecture to address the limited supply of wood and other natural resources following WWII. Joining the burgeoning industry of "molded plywood" technology, Saito began creating beautiful interior household goods with signature curves that are light, strong, and stunning.
Maruyo Koizumi Rock Vase - Autotype
Maruyo Koizumi Rock Vase $44.00
The treachery of images indeed! What looks like ancient granite, washed soft and round by wind, water, and time is actually a stunning ceramic bud vase.
Millet & Hammer Ceramic Crock - Bathroom
Millet & Hammer Ceramic Crock - Bathroom $16.00
Handcrafted in an artists' collective in Springfield, Missouri, the crock is non-toxic and food and dishwasher safe. Unglazed Ceramic Handmade in Missouri
Planter
Planter $61.00
Beautiful, well-made earthenware for beings straight from the earth. These planters aren’t just built to last; their beauty also grows over time — the perfect home for plants that are just as enduring (fingers crossed). Colors: Natural, Gloss Grey, and Black Planter: 4.25" H x 5.75"W Saucer: 1" H x 5.75" W (included with purchase) Materials: Porcelain and Clay Blend Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe Hasami Porcelain is designed by Takuhiro Shinomoto in Venice, CA, and made in Hasami, Japan, from a combination of Hasami clay and unglazed porcelain, fired at high temperatures for a lengthy period of time to achieve their signature textured finish. Due to its organic material and distinct environmental influences at the time of firing, each product actually develops its own character and patina over time. Designs are stain-resistant, microwave and dishwasher safe, and easy to stack, following the same principles of modularity as traditional Japanese tiered boxes.
S/N Incense Holder
S/N Incense Holder $125.00
Clean, simple, and solid, this solid brass incense burner deftly collects the ash from any incense (though we highly recommend the long burning Hasami Sandalwood incense). 3.75" diameter Made in Japan