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Furia / Front


Rocking horses, as a general rule, do not fit in very well with a more minimalist decor scheme, probably because they are big wooden horses that are designed for children to sit on. In fact, this rocking horse from Stockholm studio Front is the first minimalist rocking horse we’ve seen. It seems worth wondering whether the elegance of the piece might make it slightly less exciting for children, but honestly who knows what children like — via Curbed

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