- The new workplace acts more like a living room than a holding pen for corporate drones.
Of aluminum construction, this lamp features a shade that swivels 360 degrees and an arm that tilts 90 degrees. It has a dimmer control, is scratch resistant and is contructed of mostly recyclable materials. It won Best in Show and Best Lighting Design at Neocon 2007. It is also available as a floor lamp.
The teak beverage cooler features a stitched leather handle and removable, polished-nickel-and-stainless-steel insert.
Designed in 1987, this cantilevered, polished aluminium piece is fully rotational and is available in four versions, each with an interchangeable support: table base, clamp or desk-fixed.
Without numbers or markings of any kind, Naoto Fukasawa's Twelve Watch uses the geometry of the watchface itself to tell time: The 12-sided case helps tick down the hours as its minimalist hands keep time slipping, slipping, slipping into the future.
We love the earth-toned gradients in this duvet, shown here in the sand colorway. It’s made from 100 percent linen, a material that wicks away moisture to keep you cool while you slumber.
This 60s throwback lamp looks a bit like a retro-futuristic hair dryer hood. Designer Christophe Mathieu worked with Barcelona-based lighting brand Marset to create Clea, and the polycarbonate fixture will definitiely add a bit of glossy shine to your home office.
Made from an everyday industrial clamp threaded through with a stainless steel rod and aluminum shade, Clamp Lamp, by newcomers Plant and Moss, can be affixed nearly anywhere. It was a highlight of the excellent Tramshed show in the East End.