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A standard full coffee scoop typically holds two tablespoons of coffee grounds. The traditional standard scoop holds approximately 10 grammes (0.36 ounces) of ground coffee. Take a look at some of our lovely coffee scoops.Read More →

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Art Deco, also known as Deco, is a visual art, architecture, and design style that originated in France shortly before World War I. Buildings, furniture, jewellery, fashion, automobiles, movie theatres, trains, ocean liners, and everyday items like radios and vacuum cleaners were all inspired by Art Deco. The Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes (International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts) held in Paris in 1925 inspired the name. Read More →

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Four architects—Andrea Branzi, Gilberto Corretti, Paolo Deganello, Massimo Morozzi—and two designers—Dario Bartolini and Lucia Bartolini—founded Archizoom this Italian avant-garde design studio in 1966 in Florence, Italy. They focused on exhibition installations and architecture and designing interiors and goods as part of the Italian Anti-Design or Radical Design movement.Read More →

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From 1977 to 1983, he worked as the chief editor of the design magazine Modo and as a consultant for the fashion magazine Donna. She designed interiors for Driade, Gianfranco Ferré, Montres and GFF Duty Free, Fontana Arte, Granciclismo sports machines, and Morassutti/Metropolis, as well as serving as an image and product consultant for the Croff/Rinascente chain. Read More →

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Nuovo studied product and automotive design and graphics and communications design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.Read More →

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Morton joined his family’s Morton Sundour Fabrics in 1931 and oversaw the company’s first screen-printed fabrics. He was the artistic director and principal designer of Edinburgh Weavers in Carlisle, which was established in 1928 as Morton Sundour’s creative design unit from 1932 to 1935. From the 1930s, he was a supporter of the Modern movement, commissioning works from well-known painters and artists.Read More →

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Typography is one of design’s most delightful frontiers, a strange medley of timeless rituals and timely transformation in the face of technical progress, whether you’re a serious artist, a recreational type-nerd, or a casual lover of the fine letterform you will enjoy this selection of books.Read More →

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He and others founded a lighting company in 1942. In 1956, he founded the lighting firm Martinelli Luce in Lucca, designing plastics and metal and producing a perspex hanging lamp published in La Rivista dell’ Arredamento.Read More →

Herb Lubalin

Renowned American graphic designer, Herb Lubalin, best known for his collaborations with Ralph Ginzburg on the magazines Eros, Fact and  Avant Garde,  is regarded as one of the seminal designers of the 20th century. The, 17 March 2018, will mark what would have been Lubalin’s 100th birthday.Read More →

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His early graphic design reflected a fascination with mediaeval and Pre-Raphaelite art. He joined Julius Meier-shop Graefe’s La Maison Moderne in Paris in 1901. He met Maurice Dufréne and designed bronzes, jewellery, and fabrics.Read More →

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6 most popular books in Home Decorating Our most popular selection based on sales. 1.Read More →

Vintage Mexico Postcards

4 x 6 inches in size (10 x 15 cm). The front has a glossy UV coating for durability and protection. Our postcards are printed on premium sturdy quality 16 pt (360 gsm) cardstock. This is the maximum thickness permitted by the USPS for a postcard mailed without an envelope.Read More →

Japanese cast iron teapot

Iron kettles are used to boil water for tea preparation in the Japanese Way of Tea. Iron kettle casting with sand moulds has a long tradition in Japan, dating back to the Heian and Kamakura times.Read More →

Design the Home You Love

Since interior design can be intimidating, many of us never attempt to design our own homes. Havenly creators Lee Mayer and Emily Motayed break down the ambiguous world of home design in Design the Home You Love. You’ll first learn how to define your style (whether you prefer Parisian Modern or California Casual) and then how to integrate furniture that complements your style while remaining within your budget.Read More →

Get your very own piece of retro cool with these fun and practical digital radios that look and feel analogue.Read More →

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No matter how much culture changes, it appears that there is always a demand for the retro, which is why the playful visuals of a lava lamp never seem to go out of style. They provide more ambience than room light because of their vibrant colours and relaxing style.Read More →

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Beautiful pop up cards that remind us of the beauty and wonder in the world. Give a gift from the heart.Read More →

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Barware – Everything you need. With our selection of barware, you can create an authentic bar experience at home.Read More →

Lluís Clotet

Lluís Clotet (1941 – ) is a Spanish architect and furniture designer.Read More →

With one of these decorative clocks from encyclopedia.design, you’ll never be late again. There are a lot to choose from! Take a look at the trendy choices we have available right now on our website!Read More →