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SENNIT – Macbook & iPad Case


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Designer: D. Jakob

Category: Bags | Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Made of leather & canvas, flap closing with 3-way magnetic buttons featured with a thin but solid Continue reading →

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Monte & Coe


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Designer: Monte & Coe

Category: Bags

Year: Present – 2020

Overview: Craftsmanship and design are the primary focus. Each piece is hand-made in Toronto, in limited batch sizes, to ensure that it represents an unparalleled dedication to originality and versatility. Monte & Coe’s expert craftsmen use techniques that are centuries old and rarely seen in modern manufacturing, to ensure that each piece will stand the test of time. They believe each piece should reflect your unique sense of style.

Their designs contrast the character of genuine, vegetable tanned leather with the softer feel of wool felt and cotton canvas. The raw materials are sourced from the best tanneries and mills from around the world.

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Ilumineat


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Overview: Ilumineat is made of Graphene and OLED technology, which makes it lightweight and malleable. It is powered by flexible solar cells located on the reverse of the canvas. It has been designed to accompany the user through the whole process of cooking to the final presentation before eating, being a powerful assistant and a smart kitchen tablecloth.
When cooking, you’ll be able to choose the dishes you like from anywhere in the world, learning how to prepare them through step-by-step videos to reach an excellent result.
After the preparation comes the presentation of your gastronomic masterpiece. When you put the plate on the Ilumineat, the canvas recognizes the dish and displays a short animation in relation to it. The plate is illuminated and the images fade softly into a background color.
Finally, it’s time to eat! While you enjoy your dish, you will see how it links to this interactive tablecloth, creating an instance of harmony between the two. So relax and let Ilumineat do the work.

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Designer: Camila Labarthe