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To welcome the summer months, ‘like’ Café Culture on Facebook for your chance to win an outdoor setting including an illuminated bloom pot, Talenti Pretty chairs, Talenti Roy table and Savage Design place mats.



BY Lorenzo Logi

October 16th, 2013


Bloom pot

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The Bloom pot was designed by Rob Slewe and is characterised by its simple but classy design and versatility. Produced in the Netherlands its cleverly designed dimensions make Bloom suitable not only for flowers and plants both indoors and outdoors, but also for use in the hospitality industry and garden parties. The Bloom pot can be filled with ice to chill champagne or other mixed drinks at a party. 

Talenti Pretty Chair and Roy table

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The collection is all in metal, treated for resilience, and it boasts many colours, all opaque ones, realised on purpose by Talenti technicians. The Pretty Folding chair and Roy table were designed by Italian designer Roberto Serio, who is devoted to an exhaustive research into new materials and possesses  a creative genius that allows him to work in the fashion, industrial and interior design world. He is firmly convinced that you can reach the best results only with the height of passion and determination. He devotes himself to creations in general believing that creativity is the mean to spread thought.

Gregory and Mark placemats

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Designed by Sydney based industrial design team, Savage Design, the Gregory and Mark placemats were inspired by a prototype of one of their coffee tables.

In this unique collection of Sydney-inspired tableware , each placemat is a street map of one of six suburbs of the inner west of the city, while the coasters are individual markers to assign seats. Incite a bit of friendly rivalry among guests over which neighbourhood is best, or place all six placemats together to form a statement piece in the centre of the table.

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