This is just one of the many cool products to be launched at Saturday in Design in Melbourne this week.
August 5th, 2008
It’s the perfect case of ’I want one, but where would I put it?’
There seems to be virtually nothing this product cannot be used
for. It’s a window decoration, it’s a room divider, it’s an extravagant lampshade. Or it’s just a decorative visual in a nightclub, hotel lobby or exhibition space.
This simply beautiful product from ADO, known simply as the
“STRING", can be seen at Saturday in Design at the
Burgtec Showroom, 18 Oliver Lane, Melbourne, this weekend (August 8-9).
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