Crystal Clear: 5 See-Through Accessories
While we'll always cherish the Lucite waterfall table archetype, this jaunty yet incognito little number holds a newer, I-shaped place in our hearts.
This work, created in Japan in 1968, is number two from an edition of fifty. It's sold accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Kuramata Design Office, signed by Mieko Kuramata.
- Markus Linnenbrick makes tables by drilling in acrylic.
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Though burned toast has its proponents, most people prefer a perfectly crisp, lightly browned slice. Cue the world’s first see-through toaster, designed for peeking.
Crystal-clear melody. Four extended-play loops. Retro translucent styling.
This modular set gives you the handy option of situating the separate compartments according to your needs, which could be quite helpful in the likely event that an oddball object won’t fit. The clear acrylic construction has the mystical power to transform those banal scissors into the kind of haute, curated objects you’d see at Moss.