Jonathan Kline Sculpture at March
- A peek inside March, one of San Francisco's most exquisite shops for kitchenware and accessories.
The Chuck Waste Paper Basket, by studio CRANK, is constructed of 100% recycled cardboard, printed with low VOC based inks, and is totally recyclable. It's assembled by simply folding and tucking, requiring no tools whatsoever.
Medici Chair Outdoor by Konstantin Grcic for Matiazzi from Herman Miller, $1,199 The outdoor version of Grcic’s riff on the Adirondack chair uses a thermo-sealing technique to protect the ash wood from moisture. Its straightforward silhouette belies its intricate engineering: The piece is made entirely of three-quarter-inch planks. hermanmiller.com/collection
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.
- Furniture expo Stockholm Furniture Fair is the largest exhibition of Scandinavian design, with 80 percent of the 730 exhibitors being from the Nordic countries.
A trio of untreated woods—ash, hoop pine, and plywood—were used for this sculptural occasional chair.
- Providing fresh, colorful alternatives to the plugged-in entertainment devices of today, these designs—including a couple of highlights from the Dwell Store—modernize classic pastimes and celebrate…
While it mimics the shape of a picnic basket, this magazine rack clearly does a better job cradling your periodicals than delicate tarts and watercress sandwiches. Its two-tiered system permits all manner of magazine storage and display for those who get fussy when the current issue of the Economist covers Birds and Blooms. The birch basket is available in three soft hues, and is sturdy enough to handle a bit of target practice when you hurl your copy of Time in disgust.