Friday, January 1, 2016

Top 10 Posts of 2015

OBJECT <> PLASTICHappy New Year!  If you haven’t stopped by my blog before, welcome.  If you have, thanks for returning.  Be sure to check out the Facebook page for Object Plastic.  Go ahead and click “like” up there and be a part of the conversation.  Our group is now 234 strong!

I slowed down my posting somewhat this past year but there is still plenty in store. You can see the top 10 Object Plastic posts from 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010.  Below are the top 10 Object Plastic posts from 2015 based on pageviews.  See you in 2016!

10 UTEN.SILO I by Dorothee Maurer-Becker for Studio M.  Big-sized pocket protector.

Posted November, 2012.
Last year #7
UTENSILO I wall organizer

Selene stacking chair by Vico Magistretti.  Clean lines, slick chair.

Posted December, 2011.

Selene stacking chair

Ero|s| chair by Philippe Starck.  Reminds me of a martini glass where you get to be the olive.

Posted January, 2011.

Ero|s| chair

La Bomba picnic set by Villeroy & Boch.  Picnic in high style.  

Posted December, 2009.

La Bomba picnic set
Allegro door chime.  They actually do still make ‘em like this!  Ding dong!

Last year #9
Posted August, 2010.
Friedland facet doorbell
  5 Parentesi lamp installation instructions.  A beautiful lamp that can be a challenge to install.

Last year #2.
Posted February, 2012.
Parentesi lamp
  4 Videosphere television by JVC.  From a time when high technology meant “look, it’s in black and white.”

Last year #3
Posted May, 2013.
JVC Videosphere television
  3 Radio Cubo (model TS 502) by Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper.  A stylish way to listen to tunes you don’t get to pick.
Last year #5.
Posted November, 2012.
Brionvega Radio cubo
  2 Hot Bertaa kettle by Philippe Starck.  Has anyone ever actually tried to use this thing?

Last year #4.
Posted March, 2009.
Hot Bertaa kettle
  1 Rougier tube lamp by Rougier.  Still, yes still, the most popular lamp in the galaxy.

Last year #1.
Posted February, 2009.
Rougier tube lamp

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