|Miroslav Nota|||||||||||Kral’s new Ray Lights, shown in a colourful combo of sheet and mesh metal|Tomas Kral, our one-to-watch from Milan|An aluminum trench, to catch paraphernalia, skirts around the Homework desk|The 1/4 pen pots are divided into two sections by a folded metal disc|Terracotta is the first in a collection of lamps by Kral for Spanish brand PCM|Flex, a series of desktop stationary pots for Praxis, made from silicone|Clown Nose jars feature a cork stopper attached by an elastic band|The aluminium Array stool, whose design is intended to minimise waste|Kral designed the Plug collection during his MA at ECAL, fusing glass and cork|Wire, a range of lights created for Kral’s BA, is made from steel wire|For Upgrade, Kral gilded and engraved glass milk bottles and sauce jars||
28 May 2013

Tomas Kral: Hot tip

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