Emmanuel Renoird & Nicolas Libert
Emmanuel Renoird and Nicolas Libert, founders of Please Do Not Enter, a curated store in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, have selected for you their favorite products on MOM !
A sofa with two distinct versions and personalities. Soft and upholstered, it becomes a sophisticated sofa, which in its embrace reveals a warm and comfortable soul. In raw fibreglass it calls to mind an enveloping seat on which the seasons have left their marks, surrounding it with poetry. Limited, certified and numbered edition in the black raw material version. Design by Verter Turroni
AddAdd[TOTE BAG] PLECO - vertical pleats XS (PLANT BASED)
PLECO (PLANT BASED) series are made ofeco-friendly fabric which whole material returns to the soil. Ideal for bag in bag or sharing with your children. By extending the pleat of vertical pleats XS ,the same amount of six 500ml cans can be contained.When you keep it ,roll up like when you keep plastic bags tied.
AddAddFoison Glass Gift Box with Wooden Box
KIMOTO GLASS TOKYO
The shapes of these glasses, offered in a variety of sizes, are like artworks. They have been designed to evoke distinctive moods for different table settings. The asymmetric forms give a different feel each time you hold the glass. Choose your glass to match the type of beverage, setting, or mood. Scent, taste and joy will overflow from the glass. ■ Capacity:180ml/60ml/90ml/60ml ■ Product Size:φ37-60*H175*M60/φ40*H90*M45/φ62*H45*M72/φ42*H65*M48mm ■ Box Size:204*204*70mm
AddAddBlack Stoneware EMA Teapot 900ml
ANNE KRIEG, CERAMISTE
The EMA Teapot due to its sobriety, its curvature and the fineness of the walls aims at the evidence of the function: capacity, lightness, grip of the handle, flow of the beak. The EMA tea set is resolutely contemporary and refined. The teapot is available in 2 sizes 900 ml and 1900 ml. It is made to be used and enjoyed every day. The use of the dishwasher and microwave oven is possible. The EMA range is designed, designed and cooked in my workshop in Toulouse.
AddAddCeramic Art Coin
Tim Breukers and Niek Peters developed the “breekijzer” in 2019 during a second stay at the European Ceramic Work Center in Oistewijk, Netherlands In their work, they often emphasize the vulnerability of ceramics. This is certainly the case in this project. At first, “breekijzer” seems to be an old rusty presser foot, but to take a closer look at it it turns out to be made of ceramics. This immediately disqualifies the object for its intentional purpose. With this approach, it encloses Dadaist ideology. numbered edition of 600
Chair, table, sculptural element. Three interpretations for a creation that recalls a rock, its solidity and its magnificence. A versatile element in which art and nature merge and become an archetype and furniture, giving any professional or personal space a bold identity, a tactile soul and a timeless dimension. In limited, certified and numbered edition. Design by Verter Turroni