CATable by Ruan Hao

Ruan Hao has designed the CATable, that allows your cat to enjoy the table as much as you. From the designer People who lives with cat always has those kind of experiences? 1. Putting away the cat from your lap top was like a sentimental ritual of temporary farewell. 2. A proper sized hole could be so irresistible to cats. Their curiosity would be greatly satisfied through repetitively exploring the Read More...

Cut & Paste Wallpaper Collection by All The Fruits Photo

Cut & Paste Wallpaper Collection by All The Fruits

Never has wallpaper made me squee quite like All The Fruits new Cut & Paste wallpaper collection. I’m one of those people who has a hard time making up their mind when it comes to long-term commitment so the fact that this wallpaper is a mix of various colors and patterns makes my indecisive heart really happy. Unlike the usual wallpaper, Cut & Paste doesn’t have a repeat pattern so Read More...

Google Glass Aiming to Transform How We Travel Photo

Google Glass Aiming to Transform How We Travel

Google has been playing slow and careful when it comes to rolling out Google Glass beyond a small, albeit passionate, community of early-adopters and developers known as Explorers. But for a single day last week the doors into the Google Glass Explorer Program were opened up ever so slightly to welcome in an undisclosed amount of new users, selling out all available spots online in quick time to anyone willing Read More...

SUIT Store Reykjavík by HAF Studio Photo

SUIT Store Reykjavík by HAF Studio

Clothing brand SUIT hired Icelandic design firm HAF Studio to design their store in downtown Reykjavík. The studio, headed by designers Karitas Sveinsdóttir and Hafsteinn Júlíusson, managed to bring the brand’s raw character to the space while incorporating plenty of fresh details. The floors are raw concrete and that continues up one wall at the entrance. Another wall is covered in glossy white ceramic tile, which also flanks the check-out counter. Read More...

Milan 2014: SaloneSatellite Photo

Milan 2014: SaloneSatellite

The SaloneSatellite was launched in 1998 to bring together the most promising new designers from all over the world and immediately became an incubator of young creative talent. Many of the pieces presented as prototypes in previous years have gone into production, and many of the young designers have gone onto become leading figures in the industry. It’s my favorite part of the fair, and always a great place to Read More...

City Inspired Sculptures by Rodger Stevens Photo

City-Inspired Sculptures by Rodger Stevens

Rodger Stevens is an artist and sculptor that creates epic sculptures out of many different materials including steel, wire, and iron. Born and bred in New York, Stevens garners inspiration from his surroundings – even very ordinary architectural pieces like scaffolding, fire hydrants, mailboxes, or even manhole covers. It’s at night when new ideas strike. At the the end of the day in bed, Stevens begins to visualize his next Read More...

Gus* Modern Launches New Furniture Designs Photo

Gus* Modern Launches New Furniture Designs

It never fails – Gus* Modern always launches the most amazing new pieces of furniture during High Point Market, and this year they brought it with some innovative sofas and tables. As always, the brand focuses on classic designs but with fun details and modern elements. First up is the Switch Sofa, which happens to have a split personality. The seat and back cushions are quilted with different stitch patterns Read More...

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Apple Marks Earth Day by Trolling Samsung in Newspaper Ad

Apple usually refrains from attacking its rivals in ads these days, but the company has made an exception for Earth Day. A full-page ad in some newspapers on Tuesday invited competitors to copy its sustainability strategy the way they mimic the brand’s designs: Apple ad on back cover of this morning’s Metro: ‘There are some ideas we want every company to copy’pic.twitter.com/RNbgBNtjHZ — David McClelland (@DavidMcClelland) April 22, 2014 Apple Read More...

Average U.S. Office Worker Uses 10,000 Sheets of Paper Per Year

While digital media theoretically lessens the need for paper — everything from e-readers to online shopping has the potential to cut down on paper usage — data shows that the average American still uses the equivalent of a 100-foot Douglas fir tree each year. For Earth Day on Tuesday, Catalog Spree and PaperKarma gathered information on the serious paper waste situation in the U.S. The data comes from the Clean Read More...

Here’s NYC’s Awesome 2014 Bike Map

New York City is getting more and more bike-friendly each day. And today is no exception: The city just released its official bike map for 2014. Read more…