Dyson 360 Eye


James Dyson has his target set right on Roomba and he's sending in a monster of a robotic vaccuum to fight them. The new 360 eye is the end result of years and millions upon millions of dollars of R&D to create the Dyson of robotic vacuums.

They've done this using their signature cyclone suction and coupled that with a 360-degree camera and a whole system of complex mathematics to help guide t around a room. The 360 eye is also available with their own app so you can control and view the progress of the vaccuum from anywhere in the world.


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Monocle Ceramic Plate Set by Kihara


From the talented design team at Monocle comes a new set of ceramics developed in partnership with Japanese porcelain specialists, Kihara.

The white and blue three-piece set brings the publication's taste for the minimal into a plate, small plate, and a chopstick stand. Great when you're serving your attempts at home made sushi and if your new hobby doesn't go exactly to plan, at least it will be beautifully presented.

$90, Monocle

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Hasami Reed Diffuser for Hobo


Known for their immaculate porcelain homeware, Hasami brings its goods to Japanese fashion brand Hobo to collaborate on an object that won't just look beautiful in your home, but will make it smell pretty damn incredible too.

The diffuser is handcrafted in Japan and wrapped with a decorative, geometric pattern. The scent from Hobo is a organic ginger and herb mix distributed through wallwood aromatic reeds.


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Snow Peak Stacking Shelf Container


The last thing you want to hear from your girlfriend is "Lets go container shopping", but if they all looked like Snow Peak's version you won't hear us complaining, hell, we'd want to buy up the whole store.

Snow Peak designed these containers to be extra durable and versatile with a heavy duty design that can go anywhere in your home weather inside or outside and can be used to store just about anything. If you do plan to stack them, the containers split into a w shape to create a unique and simply bad-ass looking shelving situation.

$155, Snow Peak


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Monocle Brass Accessories Fall '14


While we love all the collaborations that Monocle puts out it's their original pieces this year that have got all of our attention. The in-house design team has been producing some beautiful brass pieces and have expanded upon the idea with three new pieces for the office and home.

Building off of the paperweight design from earlier int he summer, Monocle has produced a matching candle holder set and a pen pot with polished brass tops and natural oak wood bases. They've also got a new set of bookends that are perfect for all your issues of the magazine in a beautifully minimal all-brass design.



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Stelton Theo Tea Set


We don't know about you, but we've got a thing for beautiful tea sets. Stelton's Theo set feels timeless, a design that marries old world tradition and clean, modern styling.

Designed by Francis Cayouette, the set has a rustic feel with dark stoneware and a cast-iron finish. The designs also are accented with bamboo which was inspired by Asian tea culture. The set features a teapot, a matching tea warmer, miniature bowls, and tea mugs. Available this fall.


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Simon&Me Wooden Ladder


For their latest essential Simon&Me takes their essentials concept to one item every home should have: a good ol' ladder. They looked to a well-established German manufacturer to build their white step ladder that isn't just functional, but also beautiful design object you won't want to hide in the garage.

Atop the ladder is a useful leather insert for keeping tools ready and available and comes in three colors: brown, natural, or black. They've also got galvanized steel hinges with bucket hooks on both sides of the ladder.



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Hiro Sugiyama x Colette Candle


We're definitely packaging nerds and Colette's new candle collaboration with artist Hiro Sugiyama has us sold on the box alone. Their "Divin Mimosa" candle has top notes of Bergamot and Mandarin, heart notes of Mimosa and Cassie, and a base of Sandalwood and Musk.

The collaboration is part of the boutique's exhibition with Sugiyama which will be on display from July 15th to August 30th who's pieces are explained as: "a psychedelic, pop, colorful and shimmering way the world of scientists around 150 points or images of science. This is part of the wider project of the artist to extend the Enlightenment philosophy."

$40, Colette

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MiiR Tall Boy Pint Cups


Here's one tall boy you won't be chucking into the recycle bin. Miir's Tall Boy Pint Cups are made from stainless steel and will probably last a lifetime. The cans are made from an 18/8 medical grade stainless steel that's BPA-free and dishwasher-safe. And at $12 you'll definitely want to fill a cupboard full of them and more importantly each purchase provides clean drinking water to a person in need for an entire year.

$12, MiiR

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Sorapot 2


Joey Roth's beautiful Sorapot grabbed a whole lot of attention when it debuted in 2008. It's been a couple years since the original tea-brewing masterpiece has been available and now the designer has brought it back in a new and improved form after four years in development.

The Sorapot 2 keeps the much-loved design of the original, but with a few important tweaks. The new pot is the end result of improvements in casting technology which allowed Roth to fully realize his original design and is now lighter and uses less materials than the original Sorapot. The Sorapot 2 is now available for pre-order and begins shipping in October 2014.

$285, Joey Roth

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