Henk Vos asked fellow Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek to make some pedal cars for his grandkids to race. After a year, they came up with the Skelter: three speeds plus reverse, aluminum and leather and rubber construction. We are already at the starting gate.
Go-kart in aluminium, € 3,895.00, by Piet Hein Eek
Custom made DJ Tables for the client with built in technical equipment.
DJ Desks, by Metrofarm
If you have ever had to the need to purchase a crash helmet for your new motorcycle, then you are well aware of the dearth of choices out there. French Designer and motor sports enthusiast Jérôme Coste was inspired by Japanese biker gangs, who expertly mix street culture and a vintage motorcycling spirit. The Ruby brand is born, a mix of technology, excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Luxury Crash Helmets, by Jérôme Coste, for Les Atelier Ruby
TheOceano steamer trunk evokes the spirit of overseas travel of the 1930′s aboard transatlantic ships. The bedroom trunk is for storing objects, clothing and accessories.
Oceano, by Andrée Putman, for Poltona Frau
Polaroid’s first fully automatic, motorized camera was an instant design classic, even starring in a documentary the year it was introduced by company cofounder Edwin Land. The camera is detailed with tan leather and folds into a rectangle the size of a paperback book. Smart.
Polaroid SX-70, by Edwin Land, for Polaroid
You have seen Jean-Marie Massaud’s Manned Cloud airship, now another concept for a helium fueled trip around the world. The Strato Cruiser will offer “medium-haul” transits between hubs: transatlantic, transpacific, trans-american or Europe-Middle East routes. Sign me up.
Strato Cruiser, by Tino Schaedler and Michael J Brown.
Created as a result of two years research into sleep, Lomme skilfully combines natural therapies with the cutting edge technology. Using light, sound and massage therapies, Lomme offers an environment to enhance all the senses – forming a place to rejuvenate, meditate and above all sleep.
LOMME (Light Over Matter Mind Evolution), €42,000 by Günther Thöny, for Lomme
Ventilator was designed over 20 years ago and is still being produced today. Its success is due to its unique shape, which is derived more from that of a propeller than a windmill.
Ventilator, by Manfred Wolf, for Serien
We like this design by Mikael Silvanto, the station changes as you slide the radio unit — no more dials.
08 Radio by Mikael Silvanto, at Aivan!
The Cruiser Bag: Limited Edition piece (only 300 pieces available) – includes a bottle of La Grande Dame 98 and two champagne flutes. Available from July and costs $425
The Cruise collection: a “made to measure” piece and costs $80,000 – comes with 4 bottles of La Grande Dame 98, 2 magnums of La Grande Dame 88, 6 champagne flutes Riedel and 6 water tumblers, plates, table mats and cutlery.