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July 11, 2013
We check out some of our favorite products from Labt, a furniture design studio in Ghent, Belgium.
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  A shot of the studio filled with their different product lines. Photo by Filip Dujardin

    A shot of the studio filled with their different product lines. Photo by Filip Dujardin

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  TTable by Jan and Randoald: A printed wooden sheet serves as a built-in tablecloth that also reinforces the table. Photo by Julien Lanoo
    TTable by Jan and Randoald: A printed wooden sheet serves as a built-in tablecloth that also reinforces the table. Photo by Julien Lanoo
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  VMM Bench by Marc Supply and Anneli Lahtua: We like the sunny splash of color this bench adds to any space. Photo by Filip Dujardin
    VMM Bench by Marc Supply and Anneli Lahtua: We like the sunny splash of color this bench adds to any space. Photo by Filip Dujardin
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  Loose Fit Table by Henk Desmet and Paul Vermeulen: Designed to be inexpensive and simple, the designers used veneered softwood plywood from Poland to create the “blue jeans” of tables.  Photo by Filip Dujardin
    Loose Fit Table by Henk Desmet and Paul Vermeulen: Designed to be inexpensive and simple, the designers used veneered softwood plywood from Poland to create the “blue jeans” of tables.  Photo by Filip Dujardin
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  Kangaroo by Henk Desmet and Paul VermeulenA smaller cousin of the Loose Fit table,  the occasional table can move around the home with ease. Photo by Filip Dujardin
    Kangaroo by Henk Desmet and Paul Vermeulen
    A smaller cousin of the Loose Fit table,  the occasional table can move around the home with ease. Photo by Filip Dujardin
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Labt Studio shot Belgium

A shot of the studio filled with their different product lines. Photo by Filip Dujardin

Dwell first discovered Labt at Maison & Objet 2012 and featured their modular Trolley Filing cabinet in our May 2012 issue. We check back in to share some of their other nifty designs.

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