Christmas balls

CIAV Meisenthal

Design Nocc Studio (F), Mix: Mendel Heit Design Lab (F), Cumulus: Thibaut Allgayer (F), Vroum: Studio Monsieur (F), Silex: V8 Designers (F), Helium: Design Philippe Riehling (F), Tilt: Limited edition of six clear and silvered Christmas balls free blown at CIAV, 2016.

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