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Touch Collection for Nespresso by Geckeler Michels. A choice of black pigmented porcelain guarantees a deep brilliant colour finish – glossy black is married with a matt ‘bisque’ base and a central silicon ring provides an easy grip and tactile appeal.

GECKELER MICHELS is a design studio founded in 2013 by David Geckeler and Frank Michels in Berlin.
Supercenter disruptions
Heinrich Hoerle, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and Anton Raederscheidt
Matteo Zorzenoni
Alessandro Stabile
Daniel Lorch
Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel
The New Social
Shannon Goff
Structure and Movement: Gerhard von Graevenitz
The Sun, the Moon, and Lina
タツヤオカザキ Tatsuya Okazaki
Public Paper
Joel Escalona, Mexico City
Noam Weiner
Imminent Reality
Welcome to Wonderland
Klas & Schenk-Mischke
Neutra Furniture
Unknown Obvious
Borgward: The Steve Jobs of German cars
This damned city is a big mirror
Geckeler Michels
Weapons of Mass Distraction
Thomas Lohr
Best Highrises 2014/15
Coffee light
18 classic chairs
Where Do I End And The World Begins: Hubert & Fischer
Ionna Vautrin
Guillaume Delvigne
Jessica Harrison
Brunno Jahara, Brazil
Réjean : Les ROCHERS
20th Century Avantgarde Magazines: Bauhaus, Blok, Mecano
Studio FIELD: Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn
Deconstructed Vases
A Feast Of Colours
Ole Jensen
Room Portraits
Extra National Assembly
Haubitz+Zoche: Movie Theatres
Melanie Homann
Posters from Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Don't pay the ferryman
Gabriele Pardi & Laura Fiaschi
Tiled Fashion
Dorothée Loriquet
German Pop
Timo Meyer
Moisés Hernández
The Dubai
Collective Terracotta
Studio Tonique
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Silk Road
Jerszy Seymour Amateurtopia
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Structured Reflection
klub katarakt 12
German Art since 1960
The Bauhaus Revolution
In Orbit
Porcelain Monobloc
Tea Time
Empty Full
Luigi Colani
Erwin Poell: Naturwissenschaft + Technik
101 x 101
George Sowden
Angelo Mangiarotti
German Painting after the 1960s
Studio Pousti
Alessio Bassan
Louis Weisdorf: Multi-Lite and Turbo
私たちは Continuous Design
Bjørn van den Berg
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constructing meaning in 3 steps
Oskar Schlemmer: Das Triadische Ballett
What You Think You Know
The Sea by Emil Nolde
Aspartame: Adrien Rovero
Bender Chair
Versuchsaufbau A
I+N: Gohanan
Laucke Siebein, Amsterdam and Berlin
B3 / Wassily
Permanent Objects
Hans Poelzig: Architecture as Gesamtkunstwerk
未来のお菓子 一日(ひとひ)A Sweet Future
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Material zur elementaren Gestaltung
Time Bandits
Schlör car
The medium is the message