Trompe l`oi Mirror, by Atelier Oi, for Röthlisberger
We love the clear design, functionality and craftsmanship of these containers designed for Bulthaup kitchens.
Containers, for Bulthaup
Porcelain tea service, sold in wooden boxes. Designed for Idees Mud Collection in Tokyo.
Produced by Nikko, Japan.
Teamaster, by Jasper Morrison
Nine different stainless steel Pots and Pans of the “John Pawson Series” are available at Gaggenau. The handles can be touched with bare hands even after hours of cooking.
Cookware Series, by John Pawson, for Gaggenau
Colour coded, typographic and functional, everything we need in a daily planer. We love the details, perfect for that busy design agency.
Studioplaner, by Sven Winterstein, for Planolux
It’s pink, it’s shiny — Karim Rashid has turned a sketch into a living product for Veuve Clicquot. The handle detail is impressive, well balanced, we would be happy to carry this around the pool; the holder doubles as a cooler.
Globalight, $4,000 Limited Editon, by Karim Rashid, for Veuve Clicquot
A network of Tiffinwallahs has been functioning in a very efficient way for the last 120 years in India, recognised by management gurus as a best case of network management in the world; they will deliver 175,000 lunches (or “tiffin“) each day to offices and schools throughout Mumbai. The tin containers consists of a number of bowls, each containing a separate dish, held together in a frame. There is an error rate of one in every 8 million deliveries — simply amazing.