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Concrete takes on a lighter air in Magnus Pettersen’s unconventional desk set. By drastically reducing the scale of its use, Pettersen transforms the industrial material into something more delicate. The result is a unique group of desk accessories for the office or home. Set consists of tape dispenser, pen pot and tray.
AREAWARE is a Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based producer of everyday objects that are functional and unusual. Their goal is to create thoughtful products that inspire an emotional response, and which have a sense of humor as well as poetry of form. They are known for their emphasis on forward thinking technologies and original expression.
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