My New Flame by Moritz Waldemeyer and Ingo Maurer
Ingo’s romantic and tech-loving sides are brought together in this lamp. Based on video of an actual flame, the LEDs render a flickering candle flame in a realistic and captivating way. Rechargable via USB port.
Concrete Vessels by Steven Pollock for Woodstone Designs
Beautiful concrete tabletop or centrepiece vessels, locally made in Vancouver. Steven Pollock gives this common industrial material elegance through refined and minimalistic shapes.
Scents from Tom Dixon
A celebration of the bare essentials, inspired from the medieval alchemist and eastern philosopher’s quest to reduce all matter to four simple elements – Water, Earth, Fire, and Air. Once the candle is finished and the wax burnt away, you are left with a stunning Czech glass container.
Small version $123
Large version $214
Stendig Calendar by Massimo Vignelli
Vignelli worked firmly within the Modernist tradition and focused on simplicity through the use of basic geometric forms and close attention to typography. The Stendig calendar was designed in 1966 and inducted into the MoMA permanent collection that same year. This calendar is a testament to minimalism breeding timelessness. As the days turn into months, you’ll be tearing away large sheets of designer wrapping paper.
Vacuum Jug by Erik Magnussen for Stelton
Erik Magnussen’s award-winning vacuum jug, with its unique, patented rocker stopper, is one of Stelton’s all-time bestsellers. Designed in 1977, the vacuum jug has evolved into a design classic with a broad palette of colours to match any home decor.