Home Made - folk artifacts by Vladimir Arkhipov published  by Fuel

Home Made - folk artifacts by Vladimir Arkhipov published by Fuel

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The elephant stool’s form follows function, however the construction’s element’s are accentuated to allow for the stool’s animalistic character to become apparent. The stool’s stackability and different heights make it an ideal furniture solution for nurseries and kindergartens, however its abstract form makes it an endearing stool for general use. Design By Krystian Kowalski (KKID)

The elephant stool’s form follows function, however the construction’s element’s are accentuated to allow for the stool’s animalistic character to become apparent. The stool’s stackability and different heights make it an ideal furniture solution for nurseries and kindergartens, however its abstract form makes it an endearing stool for general use. Design By Krystian Kowalski (KKID)

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Krystian Kowalski Industrial Design — Mr.Salt & Mrs.Pepper

Krystian Kowalski Industrial Design — Mr.Salt & Mrs.Pepper

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Totem Mill design by Krystian Kowalski for Tylko.com

Totem Mill design by Krystian Kowalski for Tylko.com

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Krystian Kowalski Totem Mill for Tylko

Krystian Kowalski Totem Mill for Tylko

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Krystian Kowalski Industrial Design — s.o.o.n

Krystian Kowalski Industrial Design — s.o.o.n

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Totem Mill designed by Krystian Kowalski  for Tylko.com

Totem Mill designed by Krystian Kowalski for Tylko.com

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Totem Mill by Krystian Kowalski for Tylko.com

Totem Mill by Krystian Kowalski for Tylko.com

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Totem Mill design for TYLKO by Krystian Kowalski | 2015 |

Totem Mill design for TYLKO by Krystian Kowalski | 2015 |

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Project recalls times when Fathers would make and repair their children’s toys by themselves, with the materials they had readily available. Toys created and built by a child’s parents carry a far greater emotional value, they are a statement of individuality and longevity.Something out of nothing. Design by Krystian Kowalski

Project recalls times when Fathers would make and repair their children’s toys by themselves, with the materials they had readily available. Toys created and built by a child’s parents carry a far greater emotional value, they are a statement of individuality and longevity.Something out of nothing. Design by Krystian Kowalski

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