Luuk Hardonk||||||||The Spanish-born Alonso, now part of north London’s Okay Studio|Offset for Maxdesign, with myriad configurations for home or office|The folding A Frame table has space-squeezed urbanites in mind|Clothestree, a hanger that can be reassembled to be wall mounted|The Bottle light’s adjustable shade holds itself in place with its own weight|LED tube lights form the starting point for the form of the Mr Lights series|Side Table for an Apple: like the Bottle light, the top is self-supporting||
24 Jul 2012

Spanish designer Tomás Alonso

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