The O Mousepad probably has a reason behind its name. My reason, however, is that it’s named so because it makes me go “Oh, so cool!”
BIOVESSEL uses food waste to power a micro ecosystem within your kitchen.
“Tokyo’s Anaptár is an incredibly detailed, site-specific poster that not only chronicles the standard annual days and dates, but also takes viewers straight to space with all kinds of astronomical data. It’s a sun- and moon-stravaganza.” (Want more?
Italian linen expert Frette has opened a new London store, in collaboration with Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio.
Last December, curator Oscar Humphries flew to Mexico City to visit the home and studio of late Pritzker Prize-winning architect Luis Barragán. While there, he noticed a weaving by Eduardo Terrazas – a friend of Barragán’s and an artist represented by Timothy Taylor, the seasoned British gallerist who will open his first stateside space in New York this month. Humphries, who began his career with Taylor in London, had a eureka moment.
How much visual information does one need to discern another moving human? What is the relationship between man and machine? These abstruse questions yield surprisingly playful answers in ‘On the Body’, a new exhibition by Random International at the Pace Gallery in New York
Tomas Maier has never done things by half measures. Since his arrival as creative director at Bottega Veneta 15 years ago, the German designer has made full-bridled luxury his life pursuit. But you’d never know it by listening to him, or looking at his artfully understated clothes
Students at Oxford University’s Magdalen College have had their library transformed by Wright & Wright Architects. The Grade II* listed 1850s building was originally built as a school hall. It had been reworked into a library by Giles Gilbert Scott in 1930, whose efforts included the installation of a new floor
The experiential restaurant, which is opening its doors for a limited time this month, is a significant notch in the history of Gaggenau, the maker of luxury home appliances. Pulling from the brand’s rich history dating back to 1683, the restaurant exemplifies their 333-year mission, bringing to life Gaggenau’s legacy of precision craftsmanship.
A new solar power innovation launched earlier this summer in India, generating the same amount of power as a conventional array, but on a much smaller plot of land. The Solar Power Tree, developed by Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-CMERI) went online recently