Caged in

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Caged in.

Caged in. Image: Supplied

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Piña chair by Jaime Hayon for Magis I
<a 
href="http://www.matisse.co.nz/" target="_blank"><u> $1260 from matisse.co.nz </u></a>

Piña chair by Jaime Hayon for Magis I $1260 from matisse.co.nz Image: Supplied

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Cage Large Pendant lamp by Diesel Creative Team for Diesel Living | 
<a 
href="http://ecc.co.nz/store/lighting/indoor/pendants-chandeliers/cage-large-pendant" target="_blank"><u> $1260 from matisse.co.nz </u></a>

Cage Large Pendant lamp by Diesel Creative Team for Diesel Living | $1260 from matisse.co.nz Image: Supplied

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Sidekick coffee table by Timothy John | 
<a 
href="http://www.paperplanestore.com/collections/living/products/sidekickcoffeetablemorecolours" target="_blank"><u> $690 from paperplanestore.com </u></a>

Sidekick coffee table by Timothy John | $690 from paperplanestore.com Image: Supplied

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Cage shelf by Form Us With Love for Menu | 
<a 
href="http://store.simonjamesdesign.com/"_blank" target="_blank"><u> $289 from simonjamesdesign.com </u></a>

Cage shelf by Form Us With Love for Menu | $289 from simonjamesdesign.com Image: Supplied

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Minimal basket in black | 
<a 
href="http://www.letliv.co.nz/collections/under-40/products/minimal-baskets-black"_blank" target="_blank"><u> $30 from letliv.co.nz  </u></a>

Minimal basket in black | $30 from letliv.co.nz Image: Supplied

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Butter dish in grey grid |  
<a 
href="http://www.letliv.co.nz/products/butter-dish-in-grey-grid"_blank" target="_blank"><u> $25 from letliv.co.nz </u></a>

Butter dish in grey grid | $25 from letliv.co.nz Image: Supplied

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We gather new products that toe the line between graphic and filigree; structural, yet delicate. Their transparency makes them great for small spaces and, by their very nature, they can look even more striking placed in front of plain coloured backdrops.

Curated by Juliette Wanty.


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