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Danish Design: In Living Color

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 22, 2013 01:12 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Aug 21, 2013

This multicolored, vaguely exotic melamine thermos is from Danish (yes, Danish) brand Rice DK, which prides itself on its embrace of unabashedly exuberant color. Pinks and greens and turquoise and teal take the place of traditional Nordic monochromes; and embellishments—ridges, beads!—dare to replace the seamless restraint we’ve come to long — Continue reading …




 

 

THERMO-XC13_3_1024x1024This multicolored, vaguely exotic melamine thermos is from Danish (yes, Danish) brand Rice DK, which prides itself on its embrace of unabashedly exuberant color. Pinks and greens and turquoise and teal take the place of traditional Nordic monochromes; and embellishments—ridges, beads!—dare to replace the seamless restraint we’ve come to long admire about the Danes. Then again, some things don’t change: who else could apply 6 distinct colors to an object without turning it gaudy?THERMO-XC13_1_1024x1024Images: Bella Koola


 

 

 
 
 

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