Mint Watering Pot

Handcrafted from porcelain, Dutch designer Elke van den Berg’s mint-green watering pot is not just beautiful to look at, but is also ultimately functional. Dishwasher-safe, with a glistening inner-glaze that contrasts its matte outside, the pot features a slim nozzle—making it ideal for watering smaller, indoor plants. And if you’re a notorious plant-killer: it makes for a lovely vase. Price is in Euros.

A Modular Luggage System, Bugaboo Boxer

The cult Dutch stroller company applies their tech and design to pushable suitcases

We’ve seen small footsteps toward better luggage (currently an industry drowning in designer labels and cookie-cutter design), like Raden’s lightweight case with integrated tech and G-Ro’s axle-less two-wheeler. But the latest offering comes from an Amsterdam-based company that’s been making cult-followed, design-driven strollers for the past 20 years. Bugaboo rethought what strollers could be capable of doing—if you were willing to pay over $1000—and became …

Interview: Piet Boon Discusses 101 Wall

The acclaimed Dutch designer turned an Art Deco office building into modern day residences

Sat across from a tiny green space one block from the East River, 101 Wall Street epitomizes the grandeur of lower Manhattan. Erected in 1931, the structure’s Art Deco-influences impact the facade—and its series of receding landscaped terraces. For decades, the 27-story building held offices but, a few years back, The Claremont Group started the process of converting the space into 52 apartments. They called …