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Monocle Travel Guides

The fine folks over at Monocle have released a new series of travel guides. Monocle magazine covers the world with its network of bureaus, they´ve dug into every lifestyle sector worth exploring, this series reveals their favorite places in each great city, taking you away from the obvious and into the hidden, showing you the most worthwhile bars, restaurants, shops, museums, and other venues to visit. These are the ultimate guides for those who want to make the most of their stay, feeling like a resident rather than a tourist.

London and New York City are now available for purchase, with more guides to follow
Available for purchase in Europe here




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DIETER RAMS | AS LITTLE DESIGN AS POSSIBLE | Image

DIETER RAMS | AS LITTLE DESIGN AS POSSIBLE

If you love minimal design then you´ve surely heard of Dieter Rams, one of the most influential industrial designers of the late 20th century.  He is credited with influencing generations of designers, including Apple´s designer Jonathan Ive. This beautifully illustrated book covers both Rams life and his work, as well as his ideas on good design, which continue to inspire designers and consumers today. via Dieter Rams’s ten principles of "go...
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VOLCANO GRILL

Volcano Grill is a new portable grill. What makes this one interesting is the compacting foldable system that turns it rather small to handle, only 5” tall and it´s sturdy too, made from high grade tem resisting steel, it’ll keep up its shape for years to come. The heat chamber has been designed to use 3 different types of fuel, charcoal, wood or a more industrial propane burner, its venting system ensures high cooking temperatures can be reached if needed. The insu...
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HELP JAPAN

The earthquake and tsunami have caused extensive and severe damage in Northeastern Japan. Let us all do our part to help the victims in Japan. Here are some ways to contribute to relief efforts in Japan: Google Crises Response, Red Cross, Mercy Corps, Save the Children....
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