Bubble Baby Bed is a transparent acrylic rocking crib with a breathable mattress designed by Lana Agiyan. The designer has received the prestigious WELL-TECH technology Innovation Award for the Bubble Baby Bed in 2013. The idea came from plastic baby bassinets that are used in Hospitals: made from acrylic plastic they are safe, easy to care, hygienic and very appealingly transparent. The crib’s transparency allows parents to have a good view of their little one. Furthermore; being able to see the whole world around them, a baby is never bored.
Designed for babies from birth to five months, Bubble Baby Bed is a rocking cradle, it has the movement kinetics resembling tilting dolls: once pushed, it returns to the upright position in series of slowing tilts. When the baby moves his hands and feet in the bed, the crib gently rocks on its own, putting the child back to sleep.The Bubble Baby Bed also provides a special 3D fiber mattress. Its breathable supportive top layer lets any liquid go through immediately giving the baby ability to sleep face-down safely and preventing chances of suffocation. In addition, with the 3D fiber mattress, hygiene is maintained as it is machine wash safe and there is no possibility of mold and bacteria growth.
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Utopia & Utility is where we combine the functional and the fantastical.
Each object we design is handmade and unique, and our signature products are called 'Stacking Vessels'. Utopia & Utility focuses on craft manufacturing, combining function and fantasy in objects that are handmade.
The Stacking Vessels combine several materials and makers in a unique object.
Each piece consists of a set of individual containers, stacked together to create a sculptural vessel shape. Once disassembled each part becomes functional, serving as different bowls and vases.
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Johanna Gullichsen Textile Craft & Design offers an extensive range of woven textiles for modern living. Bold and simple patterns, natural materials, a down to earth sensibility - our style is all about comfort, colour and ease-of-use. Our designs can be combined either with modern or traditional interiors.
Since 1989, we have been committed to honest design and a modern interpretation of Scandinavian textile traditions.
Finnish textile designer, Johanna Gullichsen was born in Somero, southern Finland. Before finding an interest in textiles she studied art history, literature and languages at the University of Helsinki. She then pursued education in the skill of weaving at Porvoo Crafts School.
Gullichsen describes her approach to design: "Handweaving with the loom is my inspiration for exploring techniques and patterns. That's how most of my designs are born. Craft is a living design tool for me, always included in the narrative of my textiles. I am especially interested in the construction of fabrics and I am drawn to technically challenging designs, even though the final product might seem simple. The ready-made products that I design are defined by the fabric itself; by its material or by its pattern."
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Since 1998 Amphion has been designing and manufacturing loudspeakers, which are insensitive to problems of room acoustics. Innovative waveguide technology and controlled dispersion enable you to hear more of your music, and less of your room.
3-in-oneTo maximize your enjoyment Amphion actually gives you three loudspeakers in one. The highly advanced acoustical engineering leads into:
This is unique. This is evolutionary. This guarantees that you will enjoy your speakers however you end up using them.
Making pure natural sound part of your daily life
Pure sound should be part of everyday life. To achieve this, loudspeakers must become part of home´s interior. We at Amphion do everything we can to achieve this – everything except compromise on sound quality.
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