- Bongiorno! Our editors have been on the scene at the annual furniture fair, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, in Milan, Italy.
Show your workspace you mean business with this weighty, monochromatic set of desktop pieces.
A modern interpretation of the iconic swing, created by "lollygaggers" Greg Benson and Jeff Taly. Like all Loll products, the Swing is made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer waste and can be recycled again if necessary (although it's doubtful you'll ever give up your swinging lifestyle).
- In this installment of My Favorite Thing, designer Arik Levy shares his deep appreciation for the simple beauty of a dried pomegranate.
- Amidst the Design Miami tumult, in which many are wandering about on insect-like stilettos, I had a chance to sit down with designer Arik Levy.
- Each spring in Milan, contemporary designers present new work they've been refining with parent companies for at least two years (the typical gestation period for one product or piece furniture).
The Oko is basic and no-frills. The sheet-steel construction, wide foot pedal, and large mouth are all useful features. Handles adorn the conveniently color-coded bins and look nice against the stark palette of the white exterior. One bin is meant for biodegradable waste, but you be the judge; cans and bottles will fit in there just as well.