From the iconic Bauhaus design lab comes the Automatic Max Bill Watch. This classic 1962 design is being re-manufactured by original maker Junghans. The watch is one of Bill’s best known designs, and features a very clean and structural design. The proportions are perfect with the small typeface with the hours inset and larger than […]
BRAUN has reintroduced some of its classic watch designs from the 60s and 70s, and this Dietrich Lubs and Dieter Rams co-designed timepiece does not disappoint. The 1.5″ face is the perfect size, and the simplistic design allows this watch to shine in any environment, be it a fancy dinner party or a casual […]
The Weekender by Everlane should be a staple of every man’s travel kit. This lightweight cabin-sized bag is perfect for day trips and weekend trips. Its reverse denim construction make it stand out, but in all the right ways. Everlane spared no expense, employing 100% leather straps and accents, and water resistant khaki twill lining. […]
The Qlocktwo W by Biegert&Funk flips the conventional watch concept on its head. Instead of a set of hands or a digital readout, the Qlocktwo W literally reads the time, in plain English. The stainless steel case measures 35 x 35 mm and contains a grid of 110 letters. When the button on the […]
The Nest has been around for a few years now, but is worth mentioning since recent incentives from utilities such as National Grid have made it more affordable. The nest is a brilliantly designed learning thermostat that programs itself through your normal day to day input. To set it up, all you have to do […]
The Anna Heater from the MoMA store is a thing of beauty. It is simple, elegant and understated.
The Flaca LED Lamp, available at the MoMA Store, is a beautifully simple, yet incredibly practical design. The lamp is made of one single piece of aluminum, effectively minimizing waste of materials, complementing its minimalist design.
The Charles Sawhorse $115 desk by World Market is really a thing of beauty.