A COSMARION HKZ is a unique artist rug, like a painting, a sculpture for the floor. Noble, beautiful and timeless in shape. Not round, not angular. Pure harmony. Meditative - Zen. It is available in the three sizes Ø 200cm, 250cm and 300cm as well as in individual dimensions up to 10m. Whether in the private or contract area, a COSMARION HKZ adorns every room as a sculpture.
Designer: Hans Karl Zeisel
Hans Karl Zeisel
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A creativity builder, art game, for that thought pause, a design game, a meditation help, a help to find ideas, for study purposes, to create art, to stimula...
Cantilever Chair S 533 - Mies van der Rohe - 1927
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