Material’s Copper Core Pans Contribute to an Efficient, Healthier Kitchen

For a satisfying cooking session, a set of three PFOA-free pans

Material, a direct-to-consumer kitchenware brand, launched in 2017 with a set of everyday tools. Slowly, they’ve been taking over countertops one thoughtfully made new product at a time as their design eschews nostalgia for modern-day sensibility and sustainability. Today, they’re expanding (from a dishwasher-safe cutting board made from 75% recycled plastic and 25% sugarcane) into stovetop territory with three copper core pans for the 29 Collection—named …

Brooks England’s 150th Anniversary Collaborative Bicycles

Uniting with Brompton and more for a limited edition range of "Dashing Bikes"

150 years is a threshold few brands manage to cross. This year, however, heritage cycling saddle and accessories producers Brooks England reached the milestone with gusto. To celebrate, they’ve partnered with a handful of bike producers—including Brompton and Skeppshult of Sweden—to release limited edition pieces, all under the banner of “Dashing Bikes.” The unifying factor across all collaborative pieces will be the impact of copper, …

Interview: Tom Dixon

Discussing the future of shapes, scents and materials with the acclaimed designer

In the bustle of his SoHo, NYC showroom, among geometric homewares and personality-packed light fixtures, we sat down with the affable visionary Tom Dixon to talk about the future. The designer was present to preview his Spring 2016 collection—an array of candles and candleholders, copper cups and glasses and a new iridescent finish that appears on a handful of products. Once again, all of the …