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The beautifully minimalist but very versatile Wobbel board can be used as a rocker, a slide, a skateboarding ramp and more - the only limit to the fun is your child's imagination.


All the insouciance of shrobing without the problem of figuring out how to keep your coat or jacket on, designers showed an abundance of split sleeves for spring.


The simplest designs are often the most effective. Spanish designer Hugo Tejada elevates the humble bell to create this lamp featuring a simple, but well-defined, design.


One of the main reasons people sleep with their smartphones at their bedsides is, they claim, that they need to use the alarm function to get up in the morning. True or not, having the device so easily to hand can often lead to mindless scrolling at 2 am, bouts of broken rest and poor sleep habits.

One of the best ways to get off our phones in the wee hours and to be assured of a good night’s sleep would be to put the phone away and rely on an old-fashioned alarm clock. There is no need for the device to be boring either. Not when it looks like this.

Beautiful, sculptural, and stunning are all apt words to describe the Hold modular lighting system designed by Mario Tsai for Mumoon Lighting.


Enclothed Cognition is a collaborative project from Dutch fashion designer Bregje Cox of Noir Near Future and Barbadian visual artist Mark King whose line of table linens called Ulric + Arly we previously featured here.


Until there comes a time when all transactions are carried out using our smartphones, we still live in a cash-based society and I often find myself rooting around the bottom of my bag for spare change. Enter the Dango Coin Capsule, an ingenious invention that is designed to help you corral your coins.

We come across references to Vantablack from time to time in the media, usually in relation to the ongoing feud between artists Stuart Semple and Anish Kapoor, but we particularly love its application in this case.

Terrazzo, most commonly seen flooring used throughout the Caribbean in the 1970s, is making a huge comeback at the moment. The CORE collection by Cape Town-based multidisciplinary design studio Oliver Whyte, took inspiration from a piece of concrete rubble at a construction site and decided to turn something that would normally be discarded into something more desirable.
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Needle by Venice-based DOS Signorotto Design is a coat hanger that offers a shape far different from that traditional. It can be used in various ways: by placing items inside the rings or by resting them over the soft curvature of each individual hanger.

This clock is part of a line of desk accessories that celebrates the often overlooked materiality of plywood.