Detox Your Home With Christine Dimmick’s Insights

The Good Home Company founder and author on elevating wellness in your personal sanctuary

Since 1995 Christine Dimmick has been delivering on her mission of creating a healthier home. Today the founder and CEO of The Good Home Company offer a range of cleaning, scents, gifts and more—including her latest book—has a mission that’s two-fold with her new book “Detox Your Home“— she want to educate people about the products we use, wear and surround ourselves with, but she …

Milan Design Week 2018: Google’s Debut Installation “Softwear”

A sensory show that explores the human aspect of our tech-drenched world

Envisioned by Ivy Ross, VP of Hardware Design at Google, “Softwear” marks Google‘s debut installation at Milan Design Week. The underlying concept is the brainchild of trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort (also the curator of the show) who, in 1998, predicted that technology and nesting would combine for a lifestyle that seamlessly blends the two together. Think cozily working from home on a rainy day or …

Elegant, Powerful Airmega HEPA Air Purifiers

Well-sized, app-connected appliances for cleaner breathing

In the quest for air purification at home, one has to shuffle through a lot of products before finding something that actually works well and looks good. Through an extended test of the Airmega 400S—one of four products the brand offers—we are so far pleased with both it’s sleek, well-proportioned design and the quality of air it circulates. Airmega’s products feature HEPA filtration, which stands …

Interview: Ivy Ross, Google’s Head of Hardware Design

How the former head of Glass is turning the company into a product design powerhouse

In her role as VP of Hardware Design at Google, Ivy Ross brings creative expertise in everything from fashion and jewelry to toys and art and even sound healing and Mien Shiang (the Chinese art of face-reading). She dropped out of college right before graduating to open a design concept store in NYC, but still managed to attend Harvard Business School and was recently given …

Samsung’s Chef Collection

WiFi-enabled, high-tech appliances that make your kitchen smarter

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick It’s likely that your kitchen can be a lot more sophisticated than it is right now. Sure, you can buy a fancy blender or smart tableware—but items like that are accessories in the creation of a kitchen. To really enhance the space, look toward the major appliances. Your refrigerator, for example, can be upgraded into a giant tablet with remote accessibility …