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Santiago Calatrava: Ultimate Collection
$640

Along with Frank Gehry and Zaha Hadid, Spanish-born Santiago Calatrava is one of the most significant architects to emerge out of the latter part of the 20th century with his free-spirited structures, which disrupt the usual quadratic urban landscape. From the opera house in his hometown of Valencia and the Olympic Sports Complex in Athens to Sweden's famous Turning Torso skyscraper, this hardcover box set is the ultimate collection of Calatrava's most famous and not-so-known architectural masterpieces, containing drawings, engineering and sculpture examples from his tremendous and inspiring body of work.

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Lucky Boy Sunday
Bobby Chair Pillow
$67

Made to be used, rather than just displayed (and crafted from cozy 100% baby alpaca wool and a polypropyl filling) Lucky Boy Sunday's Bobby Chair Pillow is heaven to sit upon. With several colorwheel options, our pick is Forrest—beige, browns and with a few splashes of pastel—which will work in almost every style home. Price in Euros.

SENA
Leather iPad Sleeve
$150

Many sleek iPad and tablet sleeves are lovely to look at, but this one from SENA also carries extra functionality. With compartments for an Apple Pencil, cards, and cables one will never be at a loss when reaching for something quickly. Made from 100% European leather, the all-black case is made for a 12.9-inch iPad Pro and of course is padded to keep it safe.

Ultimate Ears
UE ROLL 2 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
$100

A development from Ultimate Ears' 2015 UE Roll release, the new UE Roll 2 clocks in at the same weight and carries the same waterproof capabilities, only it delivers 15% more sound. Further, the Bluetooth connectivity range has increased to 100 feet. This means it's easier to carry around a super quality speaker without having to fuss over where it's placed. The new release comes in five different vibrant colorways and also with its very own UE Floatie—allowing the device to float freely in the pool.

Electric Confetti
Cloud Nine Neon Light
$549

This retro-future vibed white LED neon cloud light is here to brighten up dreary days. It's on a clear perspex backing for easy wall-mounting but also looks great floating on shelves and desks. Melbourne-based designer and illustrator Natalie Jarvis also has a boatload of more color-popping neon signs to energize your room: her Electric Confetti designs include peeled bananas, bloomin' roses, crystal prisms and soft serve ice cream.

Ricardo Cavolo
Illustrated Tarot Cards
$17

We interviewed Spanish artist Ricardo Cavolo for his first book-cum-journal, "101 Artists to Listen to Before You Die," and it's easy to tell he's a music lover. He recently did the album artwork for Kaytranada's debut LP 99.9%, portraying the Montreal-based producer as a six-eyed deity. His bold and fiery style also happens to be perfect for tarot cards—adding an even more adventurous dimension when seeking knowledge from the unknown.

Eric Trine
Double Octahedron Ring Planter
$80

From California-based furniture and object designer Eric Trine, the 15-inch-tall Double Octahedron Ring Planter holds terra cotta potted plants by way of some engaging geometry. The powder coated finish on the steel construction lends beauty to the stable base. And while this Made-in-USA product can handle the outdoors, it's worth mentioning that over time rust can eat away at the finish—so thankfully its delightful enough to use in the home.

adidas + PALACE
Night Indigo Towel
$60

Linking up once again, sportswear giant adidas and skateboarding darling PALACE present a collection of summer-ready apparel and accessories inspired by retro football designs. While the terry tracksuits and jersey-like tops are alluring, it’s the dark monochromatic towel that makes the biggest statement. The plush 100% cotton towel bears PALACE’s distinct Tri-Ferg logo in a deep night indigo, and will contrast with the lighter, brighter beach towels populating this summer.

Portable Kitchen
Cast Aluminum Charcoal Grill and Smoker
$370

It's not a real summer gathering without the scent of seared meats and veggies drifting through the air. Distinguishing itself from some of the bulkier offerings out there, the portable PK Grill and Smoker removes all the bells and whistles for a simple, sleek look. The extremely durable (and rustproof) aluminum body—hand poured into molds at Little Rock, Arkansas—has a 4-way venting system to reach even and consistent temperatures. Easy to pack and go.

Nocturne Workshop
Otis Lamp
$400

East London’s Nocturne Workshop builds one-of-a-kind lighting solutions from responsibly sourced materials. Our favorite from their four-piece lineup (each named after a different musician) is the Otis Lamp: a subtly divergent tabletop piece fashioned from a rippling aluminum shade, a sturdy nickel-plated brass neck and an oiled oak baseplate. Because each lamp is made by founder Simon Day himself, bespoke finishes and custom colors are available upon request. Price is in GBP.

Wary Meyers
Cosmic Yuzu 'Terrazzo' Soap
$14

Who knew that soap scraps could create even more beautiful soap? We've long loved Maine-based Wary Meyers' artsy striped soap bars that bring the yacht-side sea breeze or Japanese cherry blossom right to the bathroom sink. Linda and John Meyers have been experimenting with soap scraps, and the result are terrazzo-like bars that evoke the work of designer Shiro Kuramata—who created his own special terrazzo by embedding colored glass in concrete. The visually stunning bars are available in two shades/scents: Cosmic Yuzu or Astral Shower.

Phaidon
Animals Are Delicious
$18

By Dave Ladd and Stephanie Anderson, "Animals Are Delicious" isn't as brutal as one might think. In fact, the kids' book explains three of the longest food chains within the animal kingdom—in a bright and playful way. Each food chain (terrestrial, avian and aquatic—our favorite is the underwater iteration) is given its own tactile foldout, so kids can exercise several senses at once.

Pocketo
Fruit and Vegetable Rattle Set
$12

Knitted from 100% cotton, this set of four fruit and vegetable rattles can provide endless entertainment for any bubula, while also remaining soft and safe for them to toss around. The brightly colored carrot, radish, pear and watermelon toys might also encourage little ones to start learning about the importance of healthy eating.

Kikkerland
Cork Flashlight
$30

Perfect for boating, beach nights or blackouts in the bathroom, this cork flashlight from Kikkerland is completely waterproof and—of course—floats. Lightweight and easy on the eyes, the flashlight contains bright LEDs so whether you're in the tub, on the high seas or searching for something in your car, it will light your way.

Master & Dynamic + Colette
Cobalt Blue MH40 Headphones
$453

NYC-based newcomers Master & Dynamic have been wooing both casual listeners and audiophiles with headphones that offer balanced, smooth sound and a noticeably durable build quality that doesn't cut corners. In a collaboration with Parisian boutique Colette, their flagship MH40 over-ear, closed-back design gets a fresh coat of bright cobalt blue—and each detail, from the memory foam ear pads wrapped in lambskin leather to the detachable woven cables, make them an ideal pair for daily use.

Alexander McQueen
Skull Socks
$70

Available in seemingly endless colorways (our pick is navy and brown), Alexander McQueen's classic skull motif is neatly patterned all over these socks. Calf-high and made in Italy from 76% cotton, 22% nylon and 2% elastane, the socks are a posh version of an everyday item that you'll truly want to show off.

Studio Yaacov Kaufman
Juice Bruce Lemon Squeezer
$18

If squeezing lemon and lime juice for summer cocktails doesn't make you grin, try using Juice Bruce: a wooden hand-juicer complete with a slightly bemused face. A super-simple and functional design, this little guy is also easy to use—whether you're making fresh juice for breakfast or crafting boozy concoctions for an afternoon by the pool.

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