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PP503 Chair by Hans Wegner I $10,845 from 
<a 
href="http://www.cultdesign.co.nz/shop/pp501-pp503-the-chair" target="_blank"><u>cultdesign.co.nz</u></a>. Image by Toaki Okano.

PP503 Chair by Hans Wegner I $10,845 from cultdesign.co.nz. Image by Toaki Okano.

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Ligne Roset mouth-blown glass Liquorice vase I $970 from 
<a 
href="http://www.domo.co.nz/" target="_blank"><u>domo.co.nz</u></a>. Image by Toaki Okano.

Ligne Roset mouth-blown glass Liquorice vase I $970 from domo.co.nz. Image by Toaki Okano.

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Relax chair by &Co Studio I $599 from 
<a 
href="https://www.dawsonandco.nz/collections/arm-chairs/products/relax-chair" target="_blank"><u>dawsonandco.nz</u></a>. Image by Toaki Okano.

Relax chair by &Co Studio I $599 from dawsonandco.nz. Image by Toaki Okano.

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Uncino Chair in Natural Ash by Mattiazzi I $1577 from <a 
href="https://simonjamesdesign.com/mattiazzi/uncion-chair" target="_blank"><u>simonjamesdesign.com</u></a>. Image by Toaki Okano.

Uncino Chair in Natural Ash by Mattiazzi I $1577 from simonjamesdesign.com. Image by Toaki Okano.

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Helium Double Natural Lamp I $875 from 
<a 
href="http://www.davidshaw.co.nz/" target="_blank"><u>davidshaw.co.nz</u></a>. Image by Toaki Okano.

Helium Double Natural Lamp I $875 from davidshaw.co.nz. Image by Toaki Okano.

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Shaped and brought to shore by the whim of curious tides.

Art direction: Thomas Cannings.


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