Our objects

It is in our nature to have more with less

Make the difference

Live in style. Have a true awareness to make a significant difference and increase your positive impact.

A versatile selection of timeless and urban objects for self-conscious people. We simply love beautiful objects.

It is in our Nature to have more with less. We follow our own rhythm and strive for sustainability and less waste.

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Printmaking by hand | Emma Lawrenson


Using specific skills while making beautiful objects by hand. 

With attention to detail and design, eye for quality and function and sense of beauty.

 The philosophy of making a high-quality and durable object is a way to pay respect to the object, its users, its maker and the nature.

 That is what we would like to carry out and live by, while developing or selecting our objects.

Printmaking by hand | Emma Lawrenson

Our Premium Wool Cashmere Cap

▪︎ Soft black wool with cashmere

▪︎ Label of recycled cotton

▪︎ 7,5 cm bill with 6 top stitches

▪︎ 6 panel crown and button

▪︎ Natural comfortable properties

▪︎ Adjustable size by gun metal buckle


Read here the stories behind our objects

Books as home objects | Objects that contribute to your slow life

We dare to say that certain books in your home can be a true object. Because nowadays a lot of attention has been paid to the design of the cover. It not only tells what it says, but also inspires the reader through the use of material, images, colours and words. It would therefore be a shame to store these objects in the closet. No, have them around you and they will match your interior. Then they are also easier to grab and they will ...

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Concrete Desk Set Light Grey

Concrete desk collection | Designed by Magnus Pettersen

Getting organized is often as simple as having the right tools. The Concrete Desk Set is a great way to ensure that everything has its place and stays there. A pure and simple form, informs of the functional aspect of the objects. The smooth casting from solid concrete gives the objects a tactile texture.

Magnus Pettersen was born in Sarpsborg, Norway in 1982. He studied product and furniture design at Kingston University and received an MA in in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins. In 2010, Magnus set up his design studio in...

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