Flat bike tires are a massive bummer, but pinch-flats are almost extra frustrating; rather than running over a stray nail or something sharp in the street, these sneaky snakebite-like holes most often
The influential design studio’s chief creative officer talks to Co.Design about the greatest, nearest innovation that most of us don’t even see coming. I’m talking to Frog’s Chief Creative Officer, Mark
The Design Museum London’s annual "Designs of the Year" exhibition acts as a wonderful filter for a year’s worth of production... A new exhibit at the Museum of Arts & Design celebrates an enduring medium.
In the age of the rapidly evolving touch screen, and all the creative interfaces it has spawned, it’s the rare gadget that’s capable of surprising us with an unexpected sensory experience. Knock Knock
French starchitect Jean Nouvel–most recently in the news for Tower Verre, a planned expansion to New York’s MoMA–can now, somewhat curiously, add a line of Italian leather shoes to his portfolio. Nouvel’s
In Brussels last spring, we had the opportunity to visit Studio With a View, a collective workshop shared by an architect, two... The new Holocene Coffee Table by Modify Furniture is designed as a commentary
I’ve never understood brussel sprouts. Oh, they’re delicious, roasted in a cast iron pan with big hunks of garlic. But I’ve tried reds, and I’ve tried whites. Neither seems to pair all that well. And you
Joe Doucet’s Iota deck reduces suits to pure geometric forms. Against all odds, playing cards are having a serious renaissance–amongst designers, at the very least, who seem to be increasingly fascinated