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PULSE NAPKIN HOLDER COPPER

Designer:  David Green, Eugénie de Loynes

$10.00

Flat wire napkin holder with multiple slots to hold various size napkins.

DESIGN INSPIRATION: We were inspired by rhythm and the continuous movement of a song. When we thought about how that could be translated into a 3D visual, we interpreted it as continuous loops that work in harmony to create something tangible.

Flat wire napkin holder with multiple slots to hold various size napkins.

DESIGN INSPIRATION: We were inspired by rhythm and the continuous movement of a song. When we thought about how that could be translated into a 3D visual, we interpreted it as continuous loops that work in harmony to create something tangible.

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Description
  • Multiple slots hold variously sized napkins - from cocktail to dinner
  • Can sit on any surface without scratching
  • Non slip grip on base
  • Decorative and functional
  • Multiple flat wire slots
  • Coordinates with paper towel holder and trivet for a collection
  • Easy loading


ITEM NUMBER: 330287-880
MATERIAL: Metal
DIMENSIONS: 4 1/2 x 5 x 5 1/4" (11.4 x 12.7 x 13.3 cm)
David Green

David’s approach to design begins with a hands-on curiosity and a thirst for discovering an unmet need. To him, design is not just a 9 to 5 job—walking through a new...

David’s approach to design begins with a hands-on curiosity and a thirst for discovering an unmet need. To him, design is not just a 9 to 5 job—walking through a new city, seeing a cool mechanism, touching an innovative material or taking in an art show can spark a new direction at any moment. David believes a good product has equal parts style and function so that people love to own it and never want to throw away.

Eugénie de Loynes

Born in Nantes, France, Eugénie lived with family abroad—in Reunion Island and Japan--for much of her childhood years. She attended L’insitut Superieur...

Born in Nantes, France, Eugénie lived with family abroad—in Reunion Island and Japan--for much of her childhood years. She attended L’insitut Superieur D’Arts Appliques in 2005, and completed her Masters in Industrial and Product Design at Creapole-ESDI Paris in 2009. Her interest in nature, antiques and different cultures has influenced her approach to design, often looking at diverse avenues for inspiration  and challenging the way things have always been made. For Eugénie, great design is simple and changes people’s everyday lives. Eugénie currently resides in Toronto, Canada.

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