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CN/039 — April 17 2018

An order not constructed by anybody

A vase that ensures instant ikebana. A lamp that approximates the modulations of candle light. A clock that divorces audible from visual time keeping. A chair that nods to Andrea Branzi. And a table lamp that resembles a heavy construction crane made entirely of paper… A thoroughly thoughtful and inspiring array from Australian designer Zachary Hanna. 🖖

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“Sapere aude (dare to know)! Remains the motto of an enlightenment that, even in the twilight of the most recent dangers, resists intimidation by catastrophe. Only out of its courage can a future still unfold that would be more than the expanded reproduction of the worst of the past. Such courage nourishes itself from the now faint currents of recollection of a spontaneous ability of life to be-in-order, an order not constructed by anybody.”

From Peter Sloterdijk’s Critique of Cynical Reason, 1983