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Patrick Norguet’s Enigmatic Degree

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 28, 2012 07:43 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Nov 27, 2012

Look up at our blog! It’s a sculpture! It’s a side table! It’s storage! It’s Patrick Norguet-designed Degree! It’s a mystery — and we’re intrigued. Here’s what the manufacturers, Kristalia, have to say for themselves: “Is it a pop sculpture, a piece of scenery, or a giant cork? No, not — Continue reading …




 

 

Look up at our blog! It’s a sculpture! It’s a side table! It’s storage! It’s Patrick Norguet-designed Degree! It’s a mystery — and we’re intrigued. Here’s what the manufacturers, Kristalia, have to say for themselves: “Is it a pop sculpture, a piece of scenery, or a giant cork? No, not one of these. It is Degree, the new creation by Patrick Norguet for the Kristalia collection. Presented as a prototype at Salone del Mobile di Milano last year, it is now available in two versions: in white or black rotational polypropylene, with or without a genuine cork coating. Versatile and fun, it is both a table and a small storage unit.”

What do you see when you look at this Degree piece? How would you use it? Let us know!


 

 

 
 
 
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