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Design | September 18, 2019 |

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Gejst was founded with a passion for making attractive, sustainable design that will last the test of time. Gejst means excitement and enthusiasm in English. From the start, the goal of the company has been to challenge traditional approaches to design to make a collection full of bold and playful objects. Each bringing an instant attraction and passion that’s hard to explain but easy to feel. Each design is a testament to this approach and is is their way of bringing gejst into homes all around the world.

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SCEENE

We are all coauthors of the narratives, we create during our life. Our stories are captured in artifacts and objects full of sentimental value and bittersweet memories… The way we tell our stories, reveal who we are and what we have experienced. Sceene is a modular shelving system, designed by Michael Rem for Gejst. The idea behind Sceene is to create a frame to put these stories display. Module by module the shelving system can be build up high, extended to the sides and be customised with side panels, doors or back panels made in oak or upholstered with textile in a selection of four beautiful colours. The textile, which is Go Check from Gabriel, adds a touch of warmness and gives the entire furniture a twist, that makes it stand out from other modular shelving systems. In the fusion between the oak and the textile a tangible sensuousness occurs and raises the visual expression to the highest level.

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Sceene can be customised to every home and be created exactly as you wish build a tall version and use it as a refreshing alternative to the well known book case or make a low version with doors and use it as a drinks cabinet. Create a furniture based on the stories that your home is made of. Anecdotes and memories deserve to be shared and with Sceene you can tell your stories exactly how you want.

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GRAB

Beautifully designed and crafted, Grab combines genuine high quality materials with exceptional Scandinavian design to create a kitchen roll holder that takes pride of place on your table or in the kitchen. Rather than being hidden away, Grab turns the kitchen roll holder into a design element that demands to be seen. With a raw industrial feel, Grab combines leather, oak and concrete and celebrates the delicate interplay between these elements.

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A solid concrete base gives Grab a weighty feel which keeps it steady on the table and adds to a strong sense of its Nordic design heritage with a rough stone like expression. Even when the kitchen roll itself is all gone, Grab makes an eye catching design piece standing alone on the table.

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Designed for functionality and with a focus on details, Grab has been stripped down to its essential parts with no extra superfluous decorations, resulting in a raw and exciting object. Grab is available in light and dark variants and includes small felt pads on the concrete base to ensure it is scratch proof.

more. www.gejst.com

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Gejst
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Gejst
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