Hinza

Hinza

The Hinza bag is a Swedish classic, designed at the beginning of the 1950s by the Swedish plastic and chemical company Perstorp AB. The bag was named Shopping Bag 329 and it is the model for today’s Hinza bag by designer Curt Christofferson. The eco-friendly Green Plastic Hinza bag is produced from a renewable raw material sourced from sugar cane.

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KEKO

Keko

The KEKO were designed and developed by Jean-François Jacques of Montreal-based industrial design firm Météore Design. KEKO are the result of months of exhaustive research, starting with numerous tests of different approaches to the problem. The result is a remarkably simple product with a form that clearly follows its function. Like all Météore Design products, KEKO embodies a quest for perfection and meticulous attention to detail. Its textures, finishes and colours, materials, and audible and tactile feedback have all been designed to create a superb user experience.

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Redecker

Redecker

The first Redecker brushes were hand-made in 1935. Lots has changed since then. Today, the name of Redecker has long stood for a skillful combination of natural, function and design. Our products are valued for beauty, solid crafts, creativity and for being ecological. Natural and sustainable raw materials are the most important aspects for our materials. Sustainability, calm, good craftsmanship – and what we make of these ingredients, that’s Redecker!

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Zone

Zone Denmark makes a statement that leaves you in no doubt.
We interpret evolving trends by rethinking beauty and functionality for everyone who shares our belief in a profoundly positive life. Expressed in an honest and colourful way, our designs challenge convention, inspire curiosity and embrace exquisite materials. We’ve won several international design awards with our team of innovative Danish designers, which is great. But it’s our design-loving friends around the world that make it all worthwhile!

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