Collection by Aileen Kwun

Design for the Five Senses

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A colorful primary school in Switzerland: "Schulhaus Scherr", Zürich, 2003, Patrick Gmür Architekten.
Alexander Calder's hanging artworks are timeless exercises of abstraction and color in motion.
Alvar Aalto believed grasping a door handle was like giving a building a handshake—which is why he often wrapped his in...
2x glass bowl by Assembly, made from blunted and embedded glass shards in a handblown bubble, is a daring take on...
Censer incense burner by Apparatus Studio, made from porcelain and brass.
Richard Sapper's iconic 9091 Kettle for Alessi has a brass whistle that sends out a harmony of the notes "Mi" and "Ti,"...
Ateenan Aamu ("Morning in Athens") glass wind chimes by Kaj Franck for Iittala.
Dieter Rams's portable transistor radio and phonograph (TP1), designed for Braun in 1959.
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