Yes Future!

Five eco-friendly innovations for food and travel at the forward-thinking exhibition

The thematic exhibition “Yes Future!” at this season’s Maison et Objet show in Paris unveiled visionary novelties, and while browsing the show, it was obvious that environmental concern is currently one of the major motors of design. These five examples from the eco-conscious exhibition highlight innovations for food and travel. Cookup Inox With a look that seems pulled straight from a space invasion flick, the …

International Coffee Day

In honor of the holiday we share the best tools to bring that special cafe-level brew to life

Skip sleeping in this Saturday and instead head out to your local cafe to celebrate International Coffee Day. Since every day can’t be a coffee holiday, we’ve pulled together a few essentials that will ensure you’re always pouring a perfect cup of black gold that rivals your favorite coffeehouse. Breville Efficient, well-designed and consistent are characteristics that make the Breville Dual Boiler espresso machine exceptional …

Haeckel Haus Co.

Nineteenth-century lithographic curiosities reborn for home and fashion

The 19th-century biologist Ernst Haeckel is credited with categorizing thousands of species, creating a genealogical tree that unites all life and coining the world “ecology.” But his prominence in the scientific community is matched by his cultural legacy: Haeckel’s lithographs of rare creatures have become emblematic of the Victorian era. More than a hundred years later, Haeckel is enjoying a second heydey as the inspiration …