Dear Tibor timepiece by Tobias Wong
Tobias Wong was known for creating design pieces that always provoked thought and conversation. He was a brilliant designer and a dear friend to Inform.
His homage to Tibor Kalman is no longer in production, you will not find this piece elsewhere. We have a very limited supply of these incredibly special, signed pieces.
Fin Utensils by Still Design
Designed in Vancouver, Fin is ergonomically designed to bring a more pleasurable cooking experience. These utensils are shaped to provide a firm and comfortable grip that minimizes stress on the wrists. Each piece has an individual magnetic wall mount with an adhesive backing for easy access and organization.
Binchotan Charcoal from Morihata
Made in the Kishu region of Japan since the Edo period, Binchotan charcoal is activated by burning oak branches at extremely high temperatures for several days and then rapidly cooling them. Known as the highest quality activated charcoal for purifying water, Binchotan charcoal can be used to absorb chemicals in tap water, remove toxins from the skin, capture moisture and odors from the air, enhance blood circulation in a hot bath, stimulate healthy soil in the garden and deflect negative ions in your home.
Roman Objects from JCL Design Co.
As are his Core vessels, local designer Jean-Claude LeBlanc’s new collection is refined, minimal, and luxurious. Optional brass spikes are individually drilled and bonded into the stone. Typically seen on clothing worn in underground subcultures, spikes have long signified the ability to assert one’s own individuality into traditionally made goods.
Etch the Tea Clipper by Tom Dixon
The very best tea is made from loose leaves and our contemporary update for the traditional British tea-time tool infuses the perfect cup. A stainless steel strainer with a minutely etched surface is formed into a neat cone shape.
Colour Notes by Scholten & Baijings for HAY
Bookmark passages in books or magazines with these geometric plastic stickers in Dutch Scholten & Baijings’ design and colour palette available in assorted colours and five designs.
5 different designs available in-store
Blip by LPWK – Paolo Gerosa for Alessi
The name “BLIP” alludes onomatopoeically to the wave from a drop in water. The form is made from a thin sheet of steel and is cleverly resolved to cradle spoons and ladles of different lengths and sizes. Lightweight, formally discreet but also elegant and precious.