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German Design

New Label with Wow Factor: WERA JANE

February 22, 2018 17


WERA JANE, lampshades, handmade, German design, lighting, woven lampshades

Sometimes all we need is a break. Luckily, Jane of the label WERA JANE had the same thought when she took a break from her studies. She freed up her time and started a passion project: designing lampshades. She started the label WERA JANE in Leipzig, Germany, and launched beautiful, handmade lampshades made of Italian thread.…

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Handmade Lighting by Nachtfalter

January 4, 2016 6


lampshades, folded lampshades, handmade, German design, Nachtfalter, lighting, pendant lights, folded lampshades

Hello new year, hello my dear readers! I am happy to start 2016 with good vibes and energy as well as with a small design label from Germany called Nachtfalter. Literally this means ‘moth’ but the idea behind the name is in its German meaning as ‘Nacht’ translates to night and ‘Falter’ to someone folding something.…

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New Designs from Frjor

September 30, 2015 5


frjor, porcelain, plates, cutting board, graphic design, black and white, tableware, German design

It’s more than a year ago that I featured a brand new German design label for the first time on Happy Interior Blog: frjor. The rather cryptic name remains the same, but the designer behind this label, Anna Becker, has move on with a new range of plates/cutting boards.…

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Quirky & Cool: The YCKS Side Table by KFF

August 7, 2015 9


YCKS, side table, German design, furniture design

I have written a few times about German design on Happy Interior Blog. I’ve been living in this country for eight years now yet my eye was mostly directed towards other countries and their respective design scenes. Germany has quite an interesting design scene and it’s largely a country of numerous small to medium sized furniture makers – such as KFF, a furniture maker from a small German town in the northwest of the country.…

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Happy Interior Blog Recommends: Herr M

November 12, 2014 0


Two days ago I attended the launch of a US interior design platform in Germany and we got caught up in discussing what is typical German design for the US interiors market and I heard words like sleek and puristic design, industrial design, eco-friendly design.…

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