stuff we drool about

Jack Puzzle

This great looking 3D puzzle looks a lot easier than it actually is. The Jack Puzzle by Craighill is compromised of six notched brass bars that interlock in one and only specific way, but be forewarned, if you take it apart, you might not be able to figure out how to put it back together. Rest assured though, assembly instructions are included just in case. Precision milled by a skilled machinist in Massachusetts, the elegant piece is a desk object, a paperweight, and a true distraction.

Pick it up from Cool Material or from Amazon




jack-puzzle-2.jpg | Image

jack-puzzle-3.jpg | Image

jack-puzzle-4.jpg | Image

Nomos Glashutte Interior
Huckberry Interior
DB Journey Interior
Montegrappa Interior
Johann Wolff Interior
Kilgour Interior
Tropicfeel Interior
The Urban Society Interior
Oxford Hill interior
Floyd Interior
Dan Henry Interior
Rains Interior
London Sock Interior
SMARTER COFFEE MACHINE | Image

SMARTER COFFEE MACHINE

The Smarter Coffee Machine aims to seamlessly improve your daily routine, easily making you coffee so fresh you’ll always be astounded by it. A machine that is wi-fi connected and comes with a smartphone app (iOS or Android available), letting you manage all of its features from a distance, set it with the wake up mode in the morning, or for a freshly made batch of coffee when coming home from the office. You also get the mandatory manual control using a 3,5 ...
read more
MARSEILLE LOFT WITH POOL | Image

MARSEILLE LOFT WITH POOL

This old post house in Marseille was converted into a glazed, timber-framed loft home with a pool at its heart. Located in a small village street, this impressive 350 square meter duplex loft was designed by the famous Italian architect Rudy Ricciotti. The beach-inspired home features a vertiginous ceiling height, extravagant bay windows, weathered textures, sunny outdoor spaces, passageways, and a 14-meter long swimming lane that is is flooded with sunlight from an...
read more
ELEMENTAL HOUSE | Image

ELEMENTAL HOUSE

Designed by Ben Callery Architects, this self-sufficient retreat in Australia captures the spirit of what it means to live off-grid. Located an hour north of Melbourne, the Elemental House has a 10-metre-by-10-metre footprint and simple layout, with space for one bedroom, one bathroom and one living room with an open plan kitchen. Perched on a hill overlooking stunning panoramic views, the dream cabin produces and stores its own power, collects its own rain water an...
read more