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The Cool Republic
presents Triode

Mar 15, 2016
Bringing together a selection of emerging and internationally recognized American designers, Triode is collaborating with The Cool Republic to feature a range of contemporary product lines. The special online event launched on 22 February and is available until 22 April 2016.The Cool Republic...
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Bringing together a selection of emerging and internationally recognized American designers, Triode is collaborating with The Cool Republic to feature a range of contemporary product lines. The special online event launched on 22 February and is available until 22 April 2016.

The Cool Republic is the leading e-commerce concept shop in France. Much like a curated gallery, the retail collaboration offers an exclusive selection of objects, lighting and accessories by contemporary American designers available for online purchase. Triode is a specialist and promoter of American design. They focus on designers who execute quality through natural materials, great attention to detail and articulate a particular aesthetic, especially around everyday objects.

The online retail event features contemporary American designers: Apparatus, Bower, Fort Standard, Workstead, Brendan Ravenhill, Anna Karlin, Rosie Li, Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, Juniper, Souda, Vonnegut/Kraft, Matter-Made, Avo, Um Project, Rich Brilliant Willing.

Visit TheCoolRepublic.com to learn more about the selections of American design by Triode.

APPARATUS - Censer
APPARATUS - Censer
Bower static
Bower Table Base Contour Side
Fort Standard vessels
Fort Standard vessels
Worksted Orbit Table Lamp
Worksted Orbit Table Lamp
Juniper peasant table-blue
Juniper Peasant Table-blue
Typecast_MatterMade
Typecast Matter Made
L&G Studio-Aura-cluster
L&G Studio Aura-cluster
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