Moma Design

Hiroyuki Arai, 2006 This meticulously crafted wooden cutting board easily flips and folds into different positions. Open it fully to cut long loaves of bread, or fold it to cut small round loaves. The board's indentations catch crumbs, while the space-saving design makes storage easy and instant. Made of wood with cotton lining and a leather strap. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Destination: Japan is a MoMA-exclusive product collection highlighting lifestyle products from Japan.
  • 92 months ago MoMA Store »

    A stunning interpretation of the traditional carriage clock, the Ghost Clock features ornate etching and roman numerals on the glass front, an intricate, visible chrome mechanism, and a reflective mirror backing. Its ample size makes it a prominent addition to a mantle or furnishing. Included hardware allows for wall mounting. Simple assembly required.

  • 93 months ago MoMA Store »

    Future Flora Lamp Tord Boontje, 2008 Inspired by a variety of floral shapes, designer Tord Boontje created this sculptural silver-plated steel lamp through a laser-etching production process. It offers a softly diffused light, comes flat-packed, and easily assembles for use over the included hanging cord kit. Requires one 60-watt bulb (not included). Size: Shade: 9h x 19"diam; Cord: 15"l with standard plug. Cannot be gift-wrapped. Item# 78370 $99.00 $89.10 Members

  • 101 months ago MoMA Store »

    An inviting, durable, and comfortable chair, Mr. Impossible combines sophisticated design with advanced plastic processing. The transparent structure and the translucent colored seat are seamlessly welded together. Made by Kartell of polycarbonate.

  • 103 months ago MoMA Store »

    Cargo Laptop Sleeve Aaron Lown, 2007 Made of extra-thick stain-resistant neoprene, this sleeve stretches to fit most laptops, providing stylish protection. Accessories can be stored in three external pockets. Fits a 15" laptop. Size: n Gift Wrap Available Item# 71265 $55.00 $44.00 Members

  • Right now, I'm sitting here eating my Skinny Cow ice cream sandwich, watching Flight of the Conchords, submitting sites to my favorite Social Networking websites, all the while my Noguchi Akari lamp is lighting my way...I adore this lamp more than any of my other mid-century modern pieces. I only wish it was a true vintage piece...but reissues are always in mint condition, right? ;)

  • 106 months ago MoMA Store »

    Garland Shade Light by Tord Boontje (2003) - This cascading floral shade reflects the Dutch designer's admiration for the intricate, romantic aesthetic of 17th and 18th century objects. The delicately etched leaves and flowers are created using photographic process normally employed in the manufacture of electronic components. Made of brass, it secures to the base with a simple clip and may be expanded in size and form. Includes 15-foot cord with standard plug. 60-watt bulb not included.

  • 107 months ago MoMA Store »

    A new design for an office staple, these erasers are made of rubber and shaped like delicious desserts. Destination: Japan is a MoMA-exclusive product collection highlighting lifestyle products from Japan.

  • 107 months ago MoMA Store »

    Ramen Spoon/Fork Masami Takahashi, 2007 Originally created for use at the popular Sugakiya ramen noodle restaurant chain in Japan, this combination fork-spoon easily twists noodles and ladles soup. Ecologically, it was intended to eliminate the waste created by disposal chopsticks. Dishwasher safe. Made of stainless steel. Destination: Japan is a MoMA-exclusive product collection highlighting lifestyle products from Japan. MoMA EXCLUSIVE Size: 7.75h x 2w x 1.5"diam. Gift Wrap Available Item# 72602 $12.00 $9.60 Members

  • 107 months ago MoMA Store »

    Chat Plates Ikuko Nakazawa, 2007 Quirky and charming, these plates were designed to resemble conversation bubbles from manga, or Japanese comics. This set of three plates features one large plate and two smaller plates and is perfect for serving small meals and snacks. Made of porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Destination: Japan is a MoMA-exclusive product collection highlighting lifestyle products from Japan. Size: Small plate: .5"h x 3w x 3.5"l; Medium plate: .5h x 4.75w x 4.75"l; Large plate: .5h x 7.5w x 6.5"l Gift Wrap Available Item# 72605 $45.00 $36.00 Members

  • 108 months ago MoMA Store »

    Originally released in 1970 as an alternative to large, ornamental wall clocks, this reproduction designed by Riki Watanabe has large easy-to-read raised numbers. It can be wall-mounted or displayed on a table. Made of steel and ABS and Seiko precision quartz movement. Hardware, clip-on stand, and one AA battery included.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    The designer created this organically shaped wooden cheese board with a large surface and angled sides for easy serving. The curved stainless-steel knife, has a dual-pronged end for picking up cheeses, and complements the contours of the board. Hand-wash only and oil wood as needed. Made by Georg Jensen.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    Aino Tumbler Set. Aino Aalto, 1932. This set of four subtly different tumblers celebrates the 75th anniversary of this classic design, Iittala's oldest design still in production. Inspired by ripples and colors in water, the set includes a new aqua blue color, developed for the anniversary. Made of non-leaded crystal. Dishwasher safe. Made in Finland. Size: 3.5h x 3"diam, 7oz

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    Black Lace Cake Stand - Yvonne Lam, Gloria Law, 2006. A contemporary interpretation of the traditional cake stand, this versatile glass piece has an intricate reverse lace pattern in black. Perfect for serving cakes and other confections, or as a display piece where the light filters through the pattern to create shadows on the surface below. Hand-wash only. Size: 4.25h x 11.75"diam

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    This rectangular mirror has half of a white porcelain dinner plate affixed to it for use as a handy shelf, suitable for use in a hallway or corridor, bathroom or bedroom above a vanity. The reflection of the half a plate in the mirror creates a fun visual effect, making it appear as a whole plate.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    Inside this traditional Mason jar hides a highly efficient solar cell, rechargeable battery, and low energy LED lamps. Place the jar in the sunlight and the solar cell creates an electrical current that charges the battery, powering the three LED lamps and providing diffused and warm light from the frosted jar during the night. Completely water tight, the SunJar can be left outside in any weather condition and is the perfect garden light or night-light.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    This attractive, versatile melamine bread box has a beechwood top which doubles as a cutting board when reversed. Box is dishwasher safe. Wood top can be treated with wood oil as needed.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    A contemporary interpretation of traditional doily-topped serving pieces, this piece features an intricate lace pattern in white. The cake stand is perfect for serving confections or as a display piece where the light filters through the pattern to create shadows on the surface below.

  • 113 months ago MoMA Store »

    Pairing a small oil lamp producing a flame about half an inch high and a detailed silhouette of a tree, Adam Frank creates a shadow-projecting lamp. As the flame flickers, the shadow of the silhouette projected on the wall moves organically, mimicking the movement of the flame. Made of stainless steel, polyethylene base, and odorless fuel cells.

  • 113 months ago MoMA Store »

    In sly reference to the preponderance of the "micro" in modern culture -- Microsoft, microchip, etc. -- this votive holder is laser-cut from a piece of stainless steel and bent by hand to resemble a miniature 3D fireplace. Its cutout stack of logs snugly frame the flickering candle to complete the picture. Included in Destination: Berlin, our limited-time product collection celebrating the city's young and dynamic design scene.

  • 113 months ago Idchicago »

    transSglass is a collection of glassware made from recycled wine and beer bottles. The idea behind tranSglass is to use what we have. We take away, we appropriate, we transform. Hard, sharp, clean forms, original colors as found within the bottles, allowing s to express our positive attitude towards the environment. Originally tranSglass was handcrafted by Emma Woffenden and Tord Boontje in their London workshop. Subsequently the artists felt the need to share the beauty and the values behind tranSglass with everyone who shared his design principals. tranSglass is now part of the MoMA New York permanent Design Collection. Due to their recycled and handcrafted nature, each product will show slight variations in size and color.

  • 116 months ago item.rakuten.co.jp »

    Mfr: ADELTA Designer: EERO AARIO MoMA's Permanent Collection

  • 116 months ago Rakuten »

    Size: 900h x 970diam Weight: About 510g Material: Nylon, Wood Mfr: MoMA Designer: TIBOR KALMAN(Sky)/EFM(Umbrella)

  • 116 months ago onskebasen.dk »

    Producent: Rigmor Als Jørgensen. Butik: Ønskebutikken. Lille mælkekande, 2,5 dl og 11,5 cm høj. Fås i flere farver. Lavet af keramiker Rigmor Als Jørgensen, der er uddannet pottemager og i 1993 blev færdig på Danmarks Designskole fra Institut for Industrielt design. I 2006 udstiller RAJ på Museum og Modern Art i New York

  • 116 months ago Rakuten »

    Size: 610h x 790diam Weight: 220g Material: Nylon Mfr: MoMA

  • 116 months ago Rakuten »

    Size: 105h x 80diam. Material: Glass Mfr: MoMA Designer: FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

  • 116 months ago Rakuten »

    Size: 10‚ˆ x 22diam. Material: EVA Foam Mfr: MoMA Designer: ERIC JANSSEN

  • 117 months ago Rakuten »

    Size: 560 x 970diam Weight: 280g Material: Nylon, Steel, Plastic Mfr: MoMA

  • 117 months ago Branch »

    Handmade by Galya Rosenfeld, San Francisco, CA. Galya Rosenfeld's work sits on the lines between fashion, design, craft, and art. Ruled by mathematic formulas as much as creativity, her designs emerge from the place where whimsy meets pragmatic thought. Her pieces are individually crafted, often without the use of thread, patterns or other tools found in traditional tailoring. Galya's pieces have been accepted into the permanent collection of The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.