One exclusive coffee set by Özlem Tuna is part of the World Wide Things Collection, a range of design objects from the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Here she takes a look through the collection and picks out her favourite pieces for us.
by Gloria Rubio for Arta Ceramica
It’s a great idea to bring two materials together. I love the shape of the coffee pot. I’m drawn to it because it’s an object I think I would enjoy using at home
I like the coloured glass with its faceted surface. It’s great that you can see the reflections of the flower from the outside.
by Thomas Feichtner for Poet Audio
What an unusual shape for a speaker! A really interesting sculpture and I love the dots in black and white.
by Alvaro Rego for MUMEDI Design
I admire any kind of craftsmanship. In this case it has resulted in a really beautiful object. The workmanship is stunning.
SKULL COFFEE TABLE
by Ricardo Casas
What a good idea to give a product two functions. I love the graphic design!
PIXELATE and HERRINGBONES
by String Theory
I really like the combination of black and white in general. I think the pixelated texture is quite exciting.
Involving the user in the design process is really clever. Being able to shape the lamp according to your own imagination is a good idea.
by Johannes Scherr for Grüne Erde
A really beautiful, simple and clean piece. A lamp like a timeless piece of jewellery.
All products can be found at designcities.net/wwtc