Cor has shown new products for 2008. The trapezoidal surfaces form a cube, perfect for that lush padded interior. The ensemble comprises of an easy chairs and sofas in three width. There is also a matching coffee table made of acrylic.
Cuvert, by Jehs & Laub, for Cor
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
This upright cooler stores 12 magnums of your favorite bubbly, in a cellar, suitably dark, in your bolt-hole in Portofino. Limited edition of 15. The champagne’s not bad either.
Champagne Cooler, $70,000, by Porsche design, for Veuve Clicquot
A set of seating in leather by Julia Lohmann, something here to sit and think about.
Cow Benches, by Julia Lohmann
Viewed from a certain angle, Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn’s Ghost Chair seems extremely delicate, wispy, like a puff of smoke. Design Drift presented their Ghost Chair Collection during the Milan Furniture Fair at the new N-how Hotel.
Ghost Chair, by Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn, for Design Drift
A clutch of lamps by Jaren Goh, the scale of the lamp is hard to determine in the image, but it is designed for very large spaces.
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.