We’re hosting a feast for your eyes with this week’s most beautiful items. Whether it’s gorgeous workout equipment or pretty pencils, you’ll have plenty of attractive things to look at.
Philippe Starck spends his time designing some of the most beautiful everyday objects we’ve ever seen. From juicers, to hard drives, to now a set of stunning fitness gear including free weights and jump ropes. More »
Pencils are decidedly simple instruments, used for the sole purpose of writing and drawing, but applications in which we use them in our daily lives are becoming increasingly niche. What if they had an added function? More»
The recently completed Daeyang Gallery and House in the hills of Seoul, South Korea is itself a work of art worthy of being shown in a museum, but it’s also designed specifically with the purpose of holding private exhibitions and events.More»
When it comes to audio technology, there are two unfortunate trends that are quite prevalent: listeners are ambivalent towards sound quality, and few audio products are built to last generations. In fact, audio equipment has become rather invisible in the home. Symbol Audio, a company with a background in furniture design and marketing, hopes to reverse that trend with its Modern Record Console, on display at ICFF 2012. More»
At first glance artist Ryosuke Fukusada’s wooden light bulb looks like it was simply carved from a solid block of wood, and meant to hang from a ceiling as an art piece. But surprisingly it actually works, and without it going up in flames either. More»
Axel Yberg and his firm — Akke — make what he calls functional art. That translates to fun creations like his Pingtuated Equilibripong table, which may or may not be the most beautiful ping pong table in existence. More»
Since the invention of drawers, people have been utilising the space underneath a table-top. The Tambour Table puts a most mind-bending twist that concept. More»
Based on a smaller design he created a few years ago, Mathias Bengtsson’s gigantic Spun bench is now on display at an art gallery in Washington DC. But how can this giant installation only weigh just eleven pounds? It’s made from that uber-material known as carbon fibre. More»
Some days you want your boss to be aware of all the great work you’re doing. But other days you just want to slip beneath the radar, do what you gotta do, and get home. And we assume that’s exacly what David Hsu’s angled stealth desk is for.
Step outside — the most gorgeous overhead lamp you have ever seen might be sitting in your very own backyard. More»
What was once intended to be a garden for outerspace could someday be a garden for your living room. The DesignLibero Green Wheel is a planter box fashioned into a rotating wheel, offering the benefit of light and space economy for small, sun-starved environments. More»