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Teawith

Teawith Kettle is born to be with tea. Rather than a traditional kitchen appliance, it provides consumers an elegant tea experience by being designed to sit naturally on the tea table, as part of modern way of living, in which tea plays a natural part on daily basis. It’s simple but modern. The Oriental arched handle offers not only an graceful silhouette, but also an unique interaction - press on the handle and the operation is on - one step in a fluid unconscious action. The spout offers excellent control of water, and ensures a clean, accurate and pleasant tea experience.

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Haiku

Haiku is a range of hoods that combine form, materials and performance. Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry characterized by a minimalist written form but rich in conceptual content and meaning. As the name suggests, the Haiku hoods epitomize simplicity of form yet offer a host of features which sit in complete harmony. Haiku is available in wall versions of 32, 60, 90 and 120 cm and in island versions of 32, 120, 180 cm.

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NikolaTesla Switch

NikolaTesla Switch is the latest induction cook-top with an integrated extraction system by Elica created to revolutionize the daily cooking experience and turn the point of view of the kitchen literally upside-down. Cooking and extraction are combined in a single unit where the search for harmony and maximum attention to detail, together with innovative functions and unique performance, produces the highest expression of technology and design. A central disk of glass and steel, completely flush with the cook top surface, cleverly conceals the extraction system.

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Pure Plus

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Teza

Showcasing rounded edges, the design idiom of this sensor waste bin strives for the right balance between hard and soft contours. Available in four colours,Teza harmoniously blends into the environment. The dark, drain-strainer shaped bottom insert is equipped with a bait compartment which attracts cockroaches but prevents children from getting in contact with the insecticides.The sensor-controlled lid opens swiftly and closes silently.

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AirNanny

AirNanny is designed by parents for their children. The main goal was to create a device that performs all the necessary functions to create healthy air in the nursery. This device effectively ventilates the room even if windows are closed. Refreshes air by filtering dust, gases, odors, allergens, formaldehydes, viruses, bacteria, human skin cells, dust, animal fur, odors etc. The device also can warms up the air. Unlike other devices for ventilation AirNanny also humidifies the air. Mixing of mist and fresh air excludes appearing of over-humidification areas in the room.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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