The Loop is a handy, gadget-like strainer that stores loose tea and lets you brew a fresh cup any time. Tea is synonymous with bourgeois comfort. Scores of writers agree that there are few things as cozy
Want to teach kids to program? Give them a robot buddy. His eyes are wide, like ET’s or Johnny Five’s. His skin mimics the indestructible plastic found in LEGO. Even his name sounds like a beloved pet.
New York architects demonstrate just how good micro-living can be with their surprisingly spacious Manhattan Micro Loft. Design constraints can breed invention. Few have tested this thesis more fully,
Inspired by a Danish folk design, Brooklyn-based Chiaozza's hand-cut geometrical A-Frame shelves not only house various keepsakes and objects, but can proudly stand on its own as a sculptural wall piece.
I can’t begin to imagine the patience of Dimitriy Reinshtein, an Israeli photographer who brings living insects into his studio, places a single drop of water onto their tiny heads, and photographs them