Fernando Laposee’s Beautiful Lufa Collection Goes Far Beyond Your Bathroom Sponge

by , 06/04/12

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Laposee also celebrates the fruit’s texture in a desk, where it creates a harmonious contrast with the stark steel that surrounds it. The combination of Lufa and terra-cotta in Laposee’s hot-chocolate set is also delightful – we love how the natural materials create visual contrast while taking advantage of the fruit’s insulation properties.

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1 Comment

  1. hanging room divider June 6, 2012 at 12:20 am

    It is impressive of this kind of green room divider, creative and special. But it will last for a long time? I mean, can it be used for a long time without the worry of the quality of materials going bad?

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