Curiosity - Container

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Curiosity

Container
Sam Baron

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€45.00

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The appearance of CURIOSITY by Sam Baron is surprising. There are a number of stories that jostle for attention, that of the white rabbit from Alice and Wonderland to the magician's rabbit, the designer also humorously refers to hunting trophies. The enameled white ceramic gives a contemporary character that suits all areas of the house.

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ENVIRONMENT: indoor

MADE IN PORTUGAL

MATERIAUX :
Céramic

DIMENSIONS :
Ø: 12.5 cm | 4.9 inch
H: 28 cm | 11 inch
WEIGHT: 1 kg | 2.2lb

packaging
L: 20 cm | 7.9 inch
W: 20,5 cm | 8.1 inch
H: 36 cm | 14 inch
WEIGHT: 1,5 kg | 3.3 lb

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Collection Curiosity
Sam Baron

Born in France in 1976, Sam Baron has a degree in Design from the Fine Arts School of Saint-étienne and a post-graduate degree from the National Decorative Arts School of Paris. He is an independent designer and currently heads the design department of Fabrica, in the communications research centre in Trevise. He lives between Paris, Lisbon and Treviso and channels his designs through the biggest international galleries and manufacturers - Zanotta, Ligne Roset, Nilufar, Secondome and others. He regularly dedicates beautiful and affordable collections to the public, collections that today can be found in the La Redoute catalogue in France, or Casamania in Italy. In 2010 he has been awarded as Designer of the Year at Maison&Objet.

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EDITORIAL

Alice in Wonderland or hunting trophies

CURIOSITY introduces a surprising emergence of figurative elements in our interiors, with reference to hunting trophies. The whiteness of the ceramic gives to the object its modernity.