Household Exotica

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Published: Mar 7, 2013 06:16:41 AM IST
Updated: Mar 7, 2013 06:38:31 AM IST
Household Exotica

Choose-a-Purpose Table
The PixelTable is a coffee table, shelf, cupboard and stool rolled into one. Created by the Netherlands’ Studio Intussen, it has 400 eco-friendly bamboo slats that can be pushed or pulled to create spaces to store objects and flat surfaces for shelving.

If you like your bottle of Coke a whole lot, Bottleware is for you. Japanese design company Nendo and Coca-Cola have come up with a set of dishes and bowls that have rings of dimples on the underside, and the greenish tinge of the beverage bottles that have been in production since 1916.



Bright and Loud
The TRIM in Wild & Wolf TRIM stands for Tone Ringer Illuminated Model. First made in 1965, this is a classic dog-and-bone, of the kind you can imagine your mum using to arrange a trip to the disco.

Smooth rider
This Galuzzi-designed California from Moto Guzzi comes with a 1,380 cc, eight-valve, transverse-mounted V-twin engine that has been tuned for smooth, power delivery. And of course it’s a looker.

Choose-a-Purpose Table, Bottoms-Up, courtesy Better Interiors, Smooth Rider, courtesy Overdrive, Bright and Loud, courtesy T3 (This material is reproduced from T3 magazine and is the copyright of or licensed to Future Publishing Limited, a Future plc group company, UK2010. Used under licence. All rights reserved.)

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