Dutch manufacturer, Pastoe, has recently published the book Vision – Space for Imagination to mark the 25th anniversary of their Vision range of cabinets, first created in 1985 by Pierre Mazairac and Karel Boonzaaijer.
Comprising any number of chests in various sizes, Vision cabinets have no handles or grips and instead utilizes a pressure-release mechanism borrowed from the car manufacturing industry.
Nice mix of traditional styling with contemporary design in this ZOZOVILLA messenger bag by UNDERCOVER, featuring an Indian-esque print highlighted with fringe detailing on the front flap, along with all the technical bells and whistles around the back, including snap closures, multiple interior compartments and zip sections.
Mrs C would love this.
Industrial design doesn’t get much sweeter than the Braun AB1 travel alarm clock, launched in 1971 and designed by Dietrich Lubs under the directorship of Dieter Rams.
It keeps accurate time and wakes you up in the morning — no more no less.
Criminally, the last batch was produced in 2009.
Beautifully simple perfume bottles with wooden tops, from niche fragrance house, Nasmatto.
Liking very much the nine speed 9Twenty, from Kansi, from their range of three folding aluminium framed bikes. Also available in three speed (3Twenty) and single speed (1Twenty) versions.