The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

Jennifer Rabatel is a product designer from France whose collection of The Extra ORdinary Objects was a way for her to turn basic objects into new things. The result is four collections of items that are a bit quirky but most definitely creative and functional.

Rabatel began with four simple items – a scraper, wrenches, a T-square, and an envelope, and here is what she came up with:

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

Spatula Mirrors
A set of mirrors inspired by paint scrapers – hand mirror, pocket mirror, wall mirror, and table mirror.

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

T-square Hanger
A foldable hanger for pants or a coat that was born from her daily use of a T-square and realizing it featured the perfect angle to hold a coat.

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

Wrench Candela
An adjustable candleholder made from pivoting wrenches that each hold a candle.

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

Envelope Bag
A leather computer bag with engraved buttons that resembles a Kraft paper envelope.

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel

The Extra ORdinary Objects by Jennifer Rabatel


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