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Ramen Spoon/Fork Set Masami Takahashi, 2007 Originally created for use at the popular Sugakiya ramen noodle restaurant chain in Japan, these combination spoon/forks easily twist noodles and ladle soup. Ecologically, they were intended to eliminate the waste created by disposable chopsticks. Dishwasher-safe. Made of stainless steel. Set of two. MoMA EXCLUSIVE
  • 65 months ago MoMA Store »

    Hanging Demitasse Spoons Joan Ferres, 2004 Cleverly designed, these stainless-steel spoons are bent to hang on cups and dishes. They are useful for spooning sugar or stirring espresso. Set of four. Dishwasher-safe. MoMA EXCLUSIVE

  • 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.

  • 96 months ago MoMA Store »

    Double-Walled Bottle Romain Gauthrot, 2007 The space between the double walls of this bottle serves as insulation, maintaining the temperature of the warm or cool liquid contents, and creates an elegant silhouette. Made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass with a cap. Microwave safe. Hand-wash only. Size: 10.25h x 3.25"diam., 16oz.

  • 96 months ago MoMA Store »

    Page 1 Business Card Box, Page Goolrick, 2008 This sleek, stainless steel business card holder features a transparent acrylic top for viewing. A hole on the box's side allows for cards to be easily lifted. Size: 2h x 3.75w x 2"d

  • 99 months ago MoMA Store »

    Recycled Flip-Top Shoulder Bag Francisca Ribeiro De Souza, 2004 Hand-crocheted using more than 700 recycled aluminum flip tops, this eye-catching bag has a nylon liner, one inside zipper pocket large enough for a cell phone, and a zipper-closure. Suitable for day or evening wear. Made in Brazil. Made in Brazil Size: 6h x 11w x 2"d; Strap: 20l x 1.75"w

  • 99 months ago MoMA Store »

    Ina Seifart, 2006: Seifart plays with the trend in which watches are increasingly being used as fashion accessories rather than as a way of telling time. This timeless bracelet is made from stainless steel and has a traditional fold-over clasp.

  • 100 months ago MoMA Store »

    Shredder Scissors Designed like a pair of scissors, the hand shredder is a convenient and compact way to securely dispose of confidential paper documents and receipts. Made of stainless steel and PVC.

  • 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

  • 103 months ago MoMA Store »

    Tibidabo Serving Set Kristiina Lassus, 2007 This serving set, from Finnish designer Kristiina Lassus, was whimsically designed to resemble garden tools. The oversize prong end of the fork and paddle end of the spoon allow for easy scooping, while the short stems allow for easy leverage. Made of 18/10 stainless steel. Made by Alessi.

  • 107 months ago MoMA Store »

    Kitchen Tape Timer Jozeph Forakis, 2004 A fresh take on the classic kitchen timer, simply pull the ring to set the time for up to 60 minutes. As time passes, the tape ticks down. When no tape is left, the timer rings loudly. Made of aluminum casing. Size: 3" sq.

  • 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 »

    Plant Frame Chiaki Murata, 2006 Bring the outdoors in with this clever planter. A square resin frame cultivates prairie grass seeds (included) to form a framed scene. Can be wall-mounted or placed on a table or in a window. Size: 6.75h x 6.75w x 3.25"d

  • 110 months ago MoMA Store »

    Tobias Reischle, 2006 This authentic Black Forest Cuckoo Clock shelters the well-known cuckoo bird in a sleek, modern housing. The casing has contemporary lines and is painted black with traditional chains and metal weights. Made of wood, MDF, and metal.

  • 110 months ago MoMA Store »

    Sabuda Pop-Up Flowers Note Cards $21.95 Robert Sabuda, 2007 Following the popularity and success of their line of holiday cards, best-selling children's book creators Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart return with a cheerful series of bold and bright everyday pop-up cards that are prefect for any occasion. Each box includes 8 cards, 4 of each color.

  • 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 »

    A stunning interpretation of the traditional carriage clock, the Ghost Clock features ornate white 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.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    You can stack these horizontally or vertically!

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    I found these on the MoMA Store site, and when I read the description, I literally squealed with happiness. Not only are these bowls beautiful and modern-looking, but they're actually functional for us normal people too! They're dishwasher and microwave safe! The only downside is that they are porcelain, so you really don't want to serve anything like spaghetti in them, because they'll come away stained and then you'll have to break out the vinegar and the pumice to try and get it out.

  • 115 months ago MoMA Store »

    Comfortable and easily collapsible, this indoor/outdoor chaise lounge has a marine-grade stainless-steel frame guaranteed never to rust, and a white seat made of easy-to-clean plasticized fabric mesh. The loop-shaped frame allows you to gently rock while seated. Recommended weight is up to 220 lbs.

  • 118 months ago MoMA Store »

    From an industrial designer known for new applications for wood, this exceptional calculator is handmade by Japanese craftsmen of ecologically thinned Japanese cedar. Uncharacteristically round-shaped with green keys, it has a stain-proof finish and is solar-powered.