- Working remotely has its benefits (easy kitchen access, for one), but it doesn’t mean your workstation should be any less serious.
These are sheer simplicity in a muted tone. The Heathered grey yarns woven into a soft cotton percale offer a nice bit of texture in a neutral hue.
The aging cordless phone gets a much-needed 2.0 twist in this simple and intuitive design by minimalist Swiss firm Punkt. Imagined by famed industrial designer Jasper Morrison, it prioritizes function without sacrificing form. It features visual voice mail, a robust phone book system and an integrated answering machine.
Despite the fact that these fine bone china cups feel light and fragile, they survived some not-exactly-delicate handling. The “Macaroon” moniker comes from the glaze, which is saturated in the center and thinner toward the edges, just like its namesake.
There are few things nicer than sitting yourself down in the backyard on a sunny day, book in your hand and warm breeze on your face. Extend yourself a bit and put your feet up, or relax happily next to your honey, taking in the sights and sounds of the garden. This slatted wood bench from Staach's Cain Collection will provides the sweet spot for enjoying an easy afternoon.
Zooming around the neighborhood on these traditional scooters just might be the most fun you can have on two wheels: pack a picnic lunch and stick it in the metal basket, get to the grocery in half the time it usually takes, or meet up with your pals in style. Made on an Amish farm in Pennsylvania, they come in three sizes to suit any age, and a sleek black model, too. Exclusively available from our friends at ReForm School.
Modeled on the classic Emeco 1006 Navy chair of 1944, but made from 111 recycled plastic bottles, the 111 Navy chair marries iconic form with a highly progressive brand of manufacturing. Made of rPET (Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate, essentially plastic bottles) and a mixture of pigment and glass fibers, the 111 Navy chair is strong, light, and comes in six colors. Recycling has always been in Emeco’s DNA: the original 1006 was to be made with 80% recycled aluminum. It's fitting that over a half-century later they're still turning out great, eco-minded design.
In production for nearly thirty years, the Componibili is an iconic piece of plastic modular furniture that is counted among MoMA's permanent collection of furnishings. Available in various sizes, it is designed to be stacked or grouped together via a tongue-and-groove system, enabling a variety of configurations.