stuff we drool about

Ete Plate

ETE Plate was designed to promote a healthy lifestyle and fight obesity by stopping your overeating. ETE helps you control your portion size by showing you which food group to put on your plate, offering you endless possibilities to eat diverse and healthy meals. The simple illustrations developed by dieticians correspond to nutritional guidelines to secure greater control over eating habits and help you prepare many different types of meals.



ete-plate-2.jpg | Image

ete-plate-3.jpg | Image

ete-plate-4.jpg | Image

ete-plate-5.jpg | Image

ete-plate-7.jpg

Nomos Glashutte Interior
Montegrappa Interior
Urban Society Interior
Tropicfeel Interior
XWerks Interior
Vindome Interior
Floyd Interior
Dan Henry Interior
Rains Interior
Wellen Interior
London Sock Interior
Oxford Hill interior
RIDE OUT | Image

RIDE OUT

Traveling by two wheels on a cross-country expedition offers a freedom unmatched. Ride Out! is a new book that presents the most exciting and thrilling adventures of people who have set out to travel the world on two wheels. From the Route des Grandes Alpes to the rough gravel paths that flank the Silk Road and into the arid Californian desert, the fascinating book takes you trough some of the most inspiring riding landscapes around the world. The book also includes...
read more
ARCTICAN | Image

ARCTICAN

Meet your new best friend - Arctican, it keeps cold cans cold for up to 3 hours! Arctican keeps 12-ounce drinks cold without making your hands cold. Simply freeze the cooling core, twist it on and enjoy ice-cold drinks for up to 3 hours even out in the sun. The magic is possible thanks to the 2-layers of vacuum insulated steel and the twist-on cooling core filled with proprietary freezing gel that keeps drinks colder, longer. Never deal with lukewarm drinks and swea...
read more
UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK | Image

UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK

Developed by one of the UK’s leading creative talents, Thomas Heatherwick, the centrepiece of the UK pavilion is a six storey high object formed from some 60,000 slender transparent rods, which extend from the structure and quiver in the breeze. During the day, each of the 7.5m long rods act like fibre-optic filaments, drawing on daylight to illuminate the interior, thereby creating a contemplative awe-inspiring space. At night, light sources at the interior end o...
read more