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    Tecno Clavis desk side return
    Tecno Clavis desk side return

    Clavis Desk Side Return Kit

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    Side return kit for the Clavis single desk. Available in multiple sizes and finishes.
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    tecno clavis screen
    tecno clavis screen

    Clavis Screen

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    Screen for any Clavis desk.
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    clavis fabric panel for screen
    clavis fabric panel for screen

    Clavis Fabric Panel for Screen

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    Upholstered panel for Clavis Screens.
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    tecno clavis modesty panel
    tecno clavis modesty panel

    Clavis Modesty Panel

    Modesty panel for any Clavis desk.
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    tecno clavis cable tray
    tecno clavis cable tray

    Clavis Cable Tray

    Cable tray for any Clavis desk.
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    tecno clavis cable spine
    tecno clavis cable spine

    Clavis Cable Spine

    Cable spine for any Clavis desk.
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    tecno clavis cable box electrification
    tecno clavis cable box electrification

    Clavis Cable Management Box

    Cable management box for any Clavis desk.
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    Roel van Tour, Pim Top, Mathijs Labadie, 2010, PhoneBox, #003
    Roel van Tour, Pim Top, Mathijs Labadie, 2010, PhoneBox, #003

    Proof – Phone box

    type 003.01. 1PC: Camira Xreme-Red, 1PC: Camira Xtreme-Blue. 87 x 38, h: 70 cm
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    Eccentric Mobile

    Eccentric Mobile is a precision engineered hanging object, crafted from birch.
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    Eames Wool Blanket

    Like many other legendary 20th-century architects and designers, Charles and Ray Eames, too, spent time designing textiles to realize their ideas in terms of colours, shapes and materials. The ÒDot PatternÓ was created in 1947 in conjunction with an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The pattern consists of variations of a graphic design made up of crosses and dots to become a large composition, and demonstrates references to the abstract paintings by Ray Eames from the 1930s.
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    Classic Trays

    The quality of an interior does not start and end with the larger objects. As much as our sense of well-being at home is influenced by the choice and composition of furniture, lighting and textiles, itÕs the small things Ð the various accessories, pictures, plants, mementos and occasional finds we have collected Ð that play a key role in our emotional attachment to the home. Over the past decades, few designers have been as cognisant of this fact as Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard and George Nelson. In the mid-twentieth century, they created interiors in which small objects and accessories always held a prominent place. The current series of Classic Trays emerged from this context. The serving trays are available in a variety of motifs.
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    L’Oiseau

    While furniture is undoubtedly the core element of any interior design, it takes the addition of decorative and personal items to create an atmospherically rich and vibrant collage for the home. Fabric, colours, lighting, objects and accessories help create the aesthetic character of a room and allow interiors to be adapted to changing moods and requirements. Natural motifs have played an important role in interior decoration since the earliest known examples and are also reflected in the work of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Milled from natural maple and sanded smooth, the wooden L'Oiseau figure recalls the clarity of wood objects in Nordic folk art. The L'Oiseau wooden bird adds an appealing touch to modern interiors without becoming cute or even kitschy like many other animal figures.