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5 Designers to Watch

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As we gear up for another year of trade shows, furniture fairs, and a slew of new talent, it's also fun to revisit some favorites from the past year. We look at five works from five designers sponsored by the Danish Crafts Council in 2012.
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  StrokesA series of seven wheel thrown vases with hand painted overglaze by Swedish ceramic designer Agnes Fries.
    Strokes

    A series of seven wheel thrown vases with hand painted overglaze by Swedish ceramic designer Agnes Fries.

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  Collection MosaicsLene B. Hansen sews this Moroccan-inspired collection of pouffes and pillows from high-quality Kvadrat fabric.
    Collection Mosaics

    Lene B. Hansen sews this Moroccan-inspired collection of pouffes and pillows from high-quality Kvadrat fabric.

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  OwowThese single flower vases get their amorphous shape from free-blown glass by French glass designer Marion Fortat.
    Owow

    These single flower vases get their amorphous shape from free-blown glass by French glass designer Marion Fortat.

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  30˚Made by Japanese cabinetmaker and designer Akiko Kuwahata, this set of three frames are rendered in 3-mm Oregon pine and painted with yellow, grey, or sky-blue magnetic paint.
    30˚

    Made by Japanese cabinetmaker and designer Akiko Kuwahata, this set of three frames are rendered in 3-mm Oregon pine and painted with yellow, grey, or sky-blue magnetic paint.

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  All Good Things Come in ThreesInspired by the classic tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Danish furniture designer Peter Johansen made these three nesting tables from ash wood.
    All Good Things Come in Threes

    Inspired by the classic tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Danish furniture designer Peter Johansen made these three nesting tables from ash wood.

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