These paper laser lights are lasercut out of 250 grams paper and easily be folded into a 3D lightshade. Available at burojet.
Loving these new season totes from Anthropologie. Swoon!
Now why don’t we ever see a simple solution like this in the shops? Standing broom by red dot winner, Malaysian Poh Liang Hock can stand up by itself via a folding action. The user applies downward pressure on the handle to fold the broom head, and then turns the handle clockwise to lock it in place. Unlocking the broom from its standing position involves turning the handle counter-clockwise on the block, and snapping the broom head back into its vertical position.
The White & White Clock designed by Vadim Kibardin is a modern 3D interpretation of the traditional digital clock. It is an alarm clock that displays in 24 hour mode and in dark hours, the light sensitive sensor changes the brightness of the digits to a less intense white. It is wall mountable but also has a kickstand for when it is displayed on the desk. Available for pre-sale now.
I’m loving this Crane Light by Charlie Davidson, a Sweden-based product designer. Davidson’s contemporary piece of heavy machinery, a 1:50 scale model of the world’s tallest crawler crane fixed to an electromagnet glass tube sculpture, is one of the many highlights of the upcoming Salone del Mobile in Milan.
This little nifty gadget of a mixing bowl allows you to add and weigh ingredients both by volume and by weight, while preparing the recipe. The scale allows you to convert between the most common units, and tip in the elements with accuracy. Best of all, you can detach the bowl for easy cleaning and stow it separately.
“As we trend toward more and more use of cheap plastics and electronics in kids’ product, landfills are being flooded by synthetic and toxic materials. For example according to the EPA, over 179,000 tons of batteries end up in the landfills every year.
That’s where Imajen Exploration Tools come in, incorporating several sustainability strategies, including making a one material product, using renewable resources, and promoting extended life usage. Unlike most toys which are made to be disposable and thrown away, Imajen tools grow with the child remaining as beautiful artifacts that are displayed or handed down to the next generation of explorers. These tools help facilitate the child’s innate creativity while connecting them to the wonders of nature.”
These plates are perfect if you have a fussy eater at home. Designed by Boguslaw Sliwiński who certainly knows the way to a child’s heart when it comes to eating greens.