Swiss design studio Diiis Designstudio changes gears and launches a series of new products with clever details.
February 2017 - Page 2
We check in with Zane Bevan, the Creative Director at Robinhood, the popular app that lets anyone trade stock without any fees.
A pawsome new twist on furniture.
These geometric comforters give you an extra reason to stay in bed during rainy days.
When coffee lovers meet bike aficionados.
A cozy seating collection inspired by the idea of being wrapped up under covers.
Lujo, known for their ability to maximize relaxation, has reinvented the bean bag.
A brass candelabra with four cymbal-like discs that rotate to amplify and reflect light.
A minimal bookend with a round top flange designed so users have enough material to grab onto.
Soufuu is a playful meeting spot that encourages you and your friends to meet up and start some new habits, like resting and disconnection.
A treehouse nestled high up in the woods that will excite the inner kid in all of us.
Leander's Linea Cot goes from a newborn crib, to a regular crib, to a toddler bed, and eventually to a two-seater sofa.
A warm, simple lighting collection that exudes elegance.
An earphone concept that keeps your cords neat, with a built-in power bank that charges the earphones while you're carrying them around.
Jardisac rethinks potted plants with their lightweight, breathable pots made from a durable, resistant canvas that's designed to last.
To celebrate Modernism Week, we take a look at some of the mid-century wonders Palm Springs has to offer.