In 2010, Caroline Naphegyi created Tomorrowland, a company producing projects and the non profit organisation Design for change, After leading the design development platform lille-design, Caroline Naphegyi is currently Programmes Director for Lille Métropole 2020 World Design Capital. Discover her decor and design product selection!
AddAddOne mold ceramic lamp
PIET HEIN EEK
Last year we introduced the one-mould lamp. The concept is simple: one lamp from one mould with different functions. Standing next to your bed or in the cupboard, hanging on the wall as down or up-lighter, but also on a stick as desk lamp or as reading lamp next to the sofa.
AddAddYETI armchair long fur
JOE SAYEGH PARIS
Armchair tinted beech wood base / sheep fur long hair
AddAddMulti filters glass cone and with its bottle
Extract the specialty coffee as you like! Selected by Baristas and Chefs like «Le Café par Alain Ducasse» for example, our coffee device shows the preciouse bevarage in levitation, in a stunt insulated bottle. Combined with our new GLASSCONEMULTI, you’re free to use our finest quality double layer metal filter (sustainable) or any Chemex™ Hario™’s parper filters.
AddAddLEATHER SERVEWARE AND HOSPITALITY
Leather trays, ice buckets, bottle coolers, carafes, coasters and placemats, napkin rings, guest books, menus, room accessories, hotel accessories. Handmade in Italy.
AddAddContemporary Concrete Necklace
Concrete is a jewel with this contemporary necklace. Consisting of 7 grey and white concrete beads, this two-tone necklace is mounted on a pearl grey cord.
AddAddLava stone grinder/spice grinder
This grinder grinder is perfect for grinding salt, pepper or even spices. On the upper part you can store your spices, then simply place them in the lower part in order to grind them. Extremely durable, this grinder is hand-cut from a single block of stone. Material: Lava stone and wood.
AddAddKontex Japanese Towels
KENKAWAI - FINE JAPANESE GOODS
Kontex is a Japanese company that produces bathing clothes and towels on old weaving looms since 1934. The towels are handmade of traditionally woven and pure cotton. They are bleached with orange oil and pre-washed with spring water, which makes them highly absorbent and velvet to your skin.