The Dewar Glassware collection is the outcome of a continuing investigation into the beauty, forms, and manufacturing techniques found in scientific glassware. The Flask Vases give a new life to old thermos flasks. The most beautiful part, the double-walled silver glass is now shown. An old product gets a new function. Since the vases are made from old thermos bottles they differ in shape and size. The heights vary from 15 to 25 cm, and the diameters from 10 to 15 cm. Please contact Pamono to find out more.
Dorothee Maurer-Becker never trained as an artist or designer, yet created in 1969 one of the most iconic plastic designs from the 1960s: The UTEN.SILO, or as it was often called in the United States, the Wall-All. This UTEN.SILO is the small version II. It is made of transparent plastic and the hooks are in metal. This vintage UTEN.SILO is in very good condition. Dorothee Maurer-Becker was born in 1938 in Germany. She studied languages in Frankfurt and Munich. After living for a time in London and Paris, she moved to California in 1960. She returned to Germany in 1963 with her husband, the lighting designer Ingo Maurer. Three years later, they established Design M, a Munich based design and manufacturing company.
This swivel armchair was designed by British designer Geoffrey Harcourt for the Dutch manufacturing firm Artifort in the 1970s.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson was a Swedish designer who started his own lamp company in 1951 manufacturing lamps from his own designs. This piece remains in very good condition with only slight signs of use.
Guzzini has been at the forefront of tabletop and lighting manufacturing and design with the use of molded plastic and Lucite since 1912. Amongst their Lucite products is this three-piece ice bucket from Guzzini with a removable interior bowl which provides better cooling and easy cleaning. The ice bucket also has chrome handles.
Brittany-based Miltonpriest is an artisanal design and manufacturing studio that specializes in handmade furniture and objects. Led by English designer Frank Maximilian, the studio brings together traditional craft processes and local materials to create informal furnishings with a poetic flair. Like most pieces in the Miltonpriest collection, the Peanut Gallery Side Table was inspired by an evocative historical reference: Birdland, a jazz club in New York named after its regular headliner, Charlie “Yardbird” Parker. The venue carried the bird theme into the décor of the interior, which seated 500 people and had space for a full orchestra. It also had a long bar, tables, booths, and a fenced-in area, which was nicknamed “the peanut gallery” and was reserved for teenagers who were allowed to watch but not drink. The cage in Miltonpriest´s Peanut Gallery is made of powder-coated steel and is available in over 200 RAL colors. The top is finished in marble—different options are available. Get in contact with us if you’d like to place a custom order.
Brittany-based Miltonpriest is an artisanal design and manufacturing studio that specializes in handmade furniture and objects. Led by English designer Frank Maximilian, the studio brings together traditional craft processes and local materials to create informal furnishings with a poetic flair. The Communuaté Table is aptly named for the gatherings that take place around it. The construction method pays homage to Burt Mulgrew, an Irish immigrant riveter, who worked in the shipyards of Liverpool during the 1890s. The Communuaté Table is made with formed sheet metal and locally sourced European solid oak, which together provide a sturdy structure to support the Silestone® top—a material commonly used for kitchen work surfaces. Each table is enriched with hand-buffed, copper-plated hardware. The steel detailing is powder coated and can be customized in over 200 RAL colors. Get in contact with us if you’d like to place a custom order.