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DESIGN
Herman Miller + Industrial Facility's Formwork Stackable System
Of the numerous intuitive designs shown at Industrial Facility's Shoreditch pop-up during the 2013 London Design Festival, the prototypes for Formwork—multipurpose desk accessories—stood out for their novel appeal. Renowned Industrial Facility...
DESIGN
Vide Poche
Australian multidisciplinary designer Henry Wilson's Vide Poche is a perfectly-sized tabletop organizer for your day-to-day detritus. Sand-casted in either aluminum or bronze, the tray's sloping silhouette is reminiscent of an industrial shovel...
TRAVEL
Superfly
Even the savviest of frequent travelers can fall into the miles trap, letting their rewards go unclaimed or worse, losing entire days strategizing how to cash in for a free ticket. Superfly is a relatively new engine that simplifies the process...
TECH
OneReceipt
Timed to launch for today's Cyber Monday online shopping extravaganza, the new service OneReceipt provides a solution to keep track of all your proofs of purchase. Whether you have receipts from Black Friday, plan to accrue some more over the holidays...
TRAVEL
Inouïs
Purse organizers might seem like fodder for a late night infomercial, but as our handbags grow and necessities change the desire to add some order to the chaos increases. Solving this problem in style is Inouïs, a luxe insert to organize the...
TECH
NeatDesk
Tidying up your workspace might seem impossible with endless paperwork continuously piling up. To help manage the glut, I've been testing out NeatDesk, a scanner-and-software combo that turns clutter into organized files on your computer. In the...
DESIGN
Le Programme de ma Semaine
Combining their love of French tendance with clean and playful design, Tokyo stationery brand Mark's Inc. aptly call their striking weekly planner "Le programme de ma semaine." Each page features a blank calendar with the days divided into two sections...
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