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Impress the design junkie on your list with a gift plucked from the arty innovators at Artecnica. This sturdy, lightweight Kaktus Stool was created by Enrico Bressan, an architect by trade and the iconic LA-based studio’s cofounder. Inspired by the skeleton of the staghorn cholla cactus, this recycled aluminum seat can be turned upside down for a futuristic-looking storage basket.
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Artecnica’s award-winning design objects have been exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and many other institutions.
Husband and wife duo Enrico Bressan and Tahmineh Javanbakht founded Artecnica in 1986. The LA-based company works with established and emerging designers—Hella Jongerius, Tord Boontje, and Studio Lin to name a few—to create enchanting home accessories. In 2002, Artecnica launched its Design w/Conscience program to support artisans in underdeveloped countries.