8 Succulent Planters to Get Your Indoor Garden Started

By | April 18, 2019

04.18.19 First we ventured into the world of low-maintenance indoor gardening by sharing some self-watering planters that inch you closer to that glorious green thumb. Now we’re taking it from low-maintenance to almost no maintenance by dipping into the succulent world. You’d have to be hiding under a rock not to have noticed the popularity of these drought-tolerant… Read More »

Panasonic and Vitra Transparent OLED Technology Is a Pane in the Glass

By | April 18, 2019

Panasonic’s numerous iterations of concept displays outfitted with OLED screens capable of magically switching between see-though transparency to vibrant televisions have been an interesting technology to watch evolve over the years. The displays have grown larger, the contrast between transparency and vibrancy have noticeably improved. Perhaps noting the growth in consumer demand for decor-friendly technologies intended to coordinate holistically within… Read More »

Society6 Celebrates Power Mamas

By | April 18, 2019

On April 8th, Society6 launched their latest collection! Power Mamas celebrates 11 of their favorite female founders for their leadership and creativity as they navigate the balance of entrepreneurship with raising the next generation. Words that inspired each of them as they grew their businesses were paired with Society6 artists to bring to life a limited run of… Read More »

Nendo and WonderGlass’ Melt Collection on Display in the Shape of Gravity

By | April 18, 2019

Shape of Gravity is an exhibition consisting of cast glass furniture designed by nendo in collaboration with WonderGlass during Fuori Salone 2019. The exhibition features Melt, a cast glass furniture and table top collection, and including the launch of a new gravity formed cast glass chandelier, the family of products is complete. The design features sparkling glass that seemingly… Read More »

Germany’s First Andaz Hotel Replicates Diamonds in the Bavarian Flag

By | April 17, 2019

Schwabing, in the north of Munich, the capital of the German state of Bavaria, is one of the most high-end neighborhoods of the city. Its well-known German avant-garde districts, Art Nouveau architecture, and a bohemian culture that saw writers, intellectuals and artists gather at open-air cafes in the 19th and 20th centuries, has seemingly endured till the present… Read More »