Bronze Bones

A limited-edition set of dominoes fit for a king

Dominoes’ historically royal roots—they were discovered in King Tut’s tomb and played for centuries by Chinese emperors—are often forgotten since today, “bones” are frequently played on the streets of Brooklyn and the back rooms of bars. While there’s no discounting the standard double-six set gracing most tables, the limited-edition Bronze Bones set designed by the clever trio behind The Principals for The World’s Best Ever …

Oji & Design

Form and function meet in a Japanese architect's beautifully understated housewares

Japanese designer Oji Masanori makes everyday living more comfortable, designing a range of objects in various materials that are as refined as they are functional. Graduating with degree in architecture, Masanori seemingly applies those tactics to building small objects, starting with the foundation and allowing the beauty of its shape to lead the design. His studio, Oji & Design, works with Japan’s preeminent manufacturers to …