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
This Michelin three-star restaurant is the holy grail of gastronomy; hard to reach, El Bulli hangs on the edge of Cala Montjoi, a turquoise bay flanked by vast pines. The chef, Ferran Adrià began washing dishes at el Bulli. “He alters the way we eat by scientific intervention, using siphons, algae, heat and ice, combining every technique available to create dishes that titillate the senses and manipulate the emotions”. Read a review from The Telegraph.
Reservations up to a year in advance, €165.00 (20-35 course set menu), at El Bulli
Spend a little time here soaking in this Corian bathtub.
I Fuimi, by Claudio Silvestrin, for Boffi
When in Milan, its well worth a visit to the studio of Achille Castiglioni, now a museum. Here, he worked on the design of some 150 products some are now part of the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection in New York.
Museum, Studio of Achille Castiglioni
Above. ’Huit Carrres,’ Versailles, France
The Paris based, Swiss artist Felice Varini works with a space’s reality and where it appears fragmented when viewed from all other angles. Working with the factual reality of existing architectural space, both interior and exterior. His site-specific paintings intervene on the spaces in the exact condition they were found, highlighting the architecture as opposed to concealing it.
Yolo paint and wallpaper from Portland Oregon, USA. Environmentally responsible paint with a natural palette, and excellent packaging.
Paint and Wallpaper, by Yolo Colorhouse
In the first monograph on the imaginative Japanese product designer Naoto Fukasawa, this book charts his success within IDEO in the USA, at MUJI and in his own company, Naoto Fukasawa Design. Now one of the best-known Japanese product designers working today, achieving widespread recognition with his groundbreaking wall-mounted CD player, designed for Muji in 1999. The book explores all aspects of Fukasawa’s design range, from umbrellas and vases to sofas, mobile phones and packaging, all designed with close observations of how we use things in our everyday lives.
Buy it here: Naoto Fukasawa
Simple set of chairs exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair
Brio, by Mikiya Kobayashi, for Mikiya Kobayashi Design
Eos Airlines, whose first flight took place in 2005, has filed for bankruptcy. The airline purchased three Boeing 757s and reconfigured the with just 48 business-class seats, fully-flat, of course. The press loved the concept of an all business class airline with great service — flying profitable international routes, but critics saw more than a few holes (refurbishing out of date planes for one). Back to Virgin Atlantic for now.