CasaShop
  1. Adnet Circulaires
    Design Jacques Adnet (1950)
    Design Jacques Adnet Designyear 1950
    Jacques Adnet is a furniture designer best known for his Art Deco Modernist designs and an icon of French Modernism. Known for his avant-garde designs, Adnet was one of the first to integrate metal and glass in the structure and decoration of furniture. His style is the epitome of luxury. In 1950, Adnet formed a partnership with the French fashion house, Hermes, where he developed a collection of leather-covered furniture and interior accessories. Accordingly, he made a round leather mirror with brass hinges. Besides the remarkable leather and brass details, the mirror is also unique as the strap that holds the mirror is in direct proportion to the dimension of the mirror.
  2. Andet Rectangulaire
    Design Jacques Adnet (1950)
    Design Jacques Adnet Design year 1950
    Jacques Adnet is a furniture designer best known for his Art Deco Modernist designs and an icon of French Modernism. Known for his avant-garde designs, Adnet was one of the first to integrate metal and glass in the structure and decoration of furniture. His style is the epitome of luxury. In 1950, Adnet formed a partnership with the French fashion house, Hermes, where he developed a collection of leather-covered furniture and interior accessories.
  3. Astier de Villatte
    Astier de Villatte has been making handmade ceramics in Paris since 1996, following the tradition of the great 18th century Parisian ceramic studios. The most famous Parisian manufacturer, Pont-aux-Choux, produced thousands of ceramic pieces between 1743 and 1788, right in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Other ceramic studios subsequently prospered in the Paris region, most notably the Creil and Montereau studios in the 19th century and the pottery makers of Choisy-le-Roi whose workshop closed in 1938. As a successor to these famous manufacturers, Astier de Villatte is now the one and only major studio to keep the tradition of artisanal ceramic production in Paris alive
  4. Ball Clock
    Design George Nelson (1948 - 1960)
    Design George Nelson Designyear 1948 - 1960
    Belief in progress and growing economic prosperity were central aspects of the American way of life around 1950. Everything seemed possible, and people strove to be 'modern'. With the aim of bringing modern design into American homes, George Nelson conceived a wide array of everyday objects: lamps, clocks and other domestic accessories. Up until the 1970s, the Nelson office created many different items for the home, including the 'Bubble Lamps' and the 'Ball Clock', which became icons of mid-century modern design. The Wall Clocks are available in a diverse range of forms and materials. Equipped with high-quality quartz movements, they offer a refreshing alternative to conventional clocks. The perfect model can be found for every occasion among the wide selection of different designs.
  5. Brush & Dustpan
    Design Matthias Lehr
    Design Matthias Lehr
    Broom, brush, dustpan ... Matthias Lehr thought that's one too many gadgets, and designed one brush with two functions. The broomstick which is held in place by a magnet can be removed quickly, and the broom transforms into a brush. Pretty smart, we thought!
  6. Clothes Dryer Mama
    Design fpm factor product münchen
    Design fpm factor product münchen
    Once you have one, you won't want to live without it.
  7. Cocoon Aeris
    Design Federico Otero
    Design Federico Otero
    Cocoon Fires produces a stunning range of fireplaces and products that are as functional as they are beautiful. Designed by innovative and celebrated designer Federico Otero, the Cocoon is an example of contemporary design made unique. Running on biofuel, the fireplaces are clean and environmentally friendly as the flame radiates warmth throughout the room. The fireplaces will make great stylish additions to both interior and exterior spaces.
  8. Cocoon Pedestal
    Design Federico Otero
    Design Federico Otero
    Cocoon Fires produces a stunning range of fireplaces and products that are as functional as they are beautiful. Designed by innovative and celebrated designer Federico Otero, the Cocoon is an example of contemporary design made unique. Running on biofuel, the fireplaces are clean and environmentally friendly as the flame radiates warmth throughout the room. The fireplaces will make great stylish additions to both interior and exterior spaces.
  9. Cocoon Terra
    Design Federico Otero
    Design Federico Otero
    Cocoon Fires produces a stunning range of fireplaces and products that are as functional as they are beautiful. Designed by innovative and celebrated designer Federico Otero, the Cocoon is an example of contemporary design made unique. Running on biofuel, the fireplaces are clean and environmentally friendly as the flame radiates warmth throughout the room. The fireplaces will make great stylish additions to both interior and exterior spaces.
  10. Cocoon Vellum
    Design Federico Otero
    Design Federico Otero
    Cocoon Fires produces a stunning range of fireplaces and products that are as functional as they are beautiful. Designed by innovative and celebrated designer Federico Otero, the Cocoon is an example of contemporary design made unique. Running on biofuel, the fireplaces are clean and environmentally friendly as the flame radiates warmth throughout the room. The fireplaces will make great stylish additions to both interior and exterior spaces.
  11. Embroidered pillows
    Once upon a time C(armel) A(nd) T(errell Swan - The "cat" of catstudio - fell in love and discovered that they shared a love for world culture, a thirst for travel, and a deep appreciation for art, design and craftsmanship. They decided to put their shared interests together and design a timeless ode to geography and craftsmanship - The cat studio Geography Pillow
  12. Flat Mirror
    Design Miniforms Lab
    Design Miniforms Lab
    The idea of a sober house inspires Miniforms; authentic materials and respect for the environment. Forms and colours are essential and clean with primary lines.
  13. Ironing Board Au Pair
    Design fpm factor product münchen
    Design fpm factor product münchen
    Untreated ash wood, silver-coloured cover plus extra cover The ironing board is fully adjustable up to a working height of 35.4 inches. The extra large ironing surface makes ironing easy, even for people who do not call ironing their favorite. An extra ironing board cover is included, and of course, the ironing board is a perfect match to our clothes drying rack.
  14. Jazz TV-Stand
    Design Richard Larsson
    Design Richard Larsson
    Jazz is an original TV-stand shaped as an easel for a flat screen TV. On the shelf below you can easily fit your DVD or digital box
  15. KBH mirror
  16. Lambskin
    These distinctive lambskins from the rugged landscapes and pure air of Iceland are admired for their fantastic wool and beautiful colours. The skins are tanned ecologically keeping the colours completely natural. To keep fluffy and clean simply shake, brush and hang out overnight in the fresh air. A welcoming addition to any interior design.
  17. Les Brothers
    Design Paolo Cappello
    Design Paolo Cappello
    Wall mirrors with soft and simple shapes enhanced by the attention to details. The idea of a sober house inspires Miniforms; authentic materials and respect for the environment. Forms and colours are essential and clean with primary lines.
  18. Lunar Screen
    Design Space Copenhagen
    Design Space Copenhagen
    In the Lunar Collection, contemporary Nordic simplicity meets ancient Chinese legend. It takes its inspiration from Chang’e, the goddess of the moon, said to arise in the West and reside in her lunar palace ‘Guanghan’, which means ‘wild coldness’. The collection is at once fresh, cool and comfortingly timeless. Like its celestial namesake, it is infused with the energy of Yin, the female principle in Yin and Yang.
  19. Nomess Split trestle
  20. Nouveau Pin
    Design All the way to Paris
    Design All the way to Paris
    Nouveau Pin is designed to frame all of your most important belongings, your favorite photos, concert tickets or it can be used as your personal mood board. The multifunctional board is built on rectangular grids inspired by the straight lines of modern structures. Nouveau Pin is designed as a flexible module system in three sizes, with which you can create as big a pinboard, as you need. Either in your home or at the office. Also the Nouveau Pin has an acoustic sound absorbing effect.
  21. Rimowa Luggage
    Design Rimowa
    Design Rimowa
    Traditional aluminum cases and light luggage made of the high-tech material polycarbonate, the RIMOWA design is unmistakable due to the groove structure of its case shells. An innovative approach and exceptional demands when it comes to quality are just a couple of the aspects that make RIMOWA one of Europe's leading luggage manufacturers.
  22. Tray Basic S & L
    Design Sabine Schumacher & Sabine Meyer
    Design Sabine Schumacher & Sabine Meyer
    The tray "Basic" is basic: minimalist and functional design. The tray's special feature: The surface is coated with a special anti-slip finish which keeps your items secure while carrying and serving. It is ideal for breakfast on the deck or for snacks in the office.
  23. UTILITY LONG MIRROR LARGE
    Design neri & hu
    Design neri & hu
    The Utility collection is (as its name suggests) utilitarian in its references, while also featuring a palette of old-world and luxurious materials. The end result is a set of elegant and versatile pieces that fit seamlessly and gracefully into any environment, from high-end hospitality to residential projects.
  24. Valet Magazine Rack
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  25. VertiPlants
    Design Rikke & Jens Raecke
    Design Rikke & Jens Raecke
  26. Wire basket
    Design Korbo
    Design Korbo
    The manufacturing of the wire baskets started in 1922 and ever since then the baskets have been woven by hand using the exact same technique. The unique construction, a single hand-woven long wire completely without welding, is the reason that the baskets are so durable. The baskets are timeless and beautiful tools that in the old days were used by farmers, fishermen or anyone who needed reliable carrying and storage that could withstand weather, wind, wear and tear.