That’s Interesting 14.09.18

From the Bombas&Parr’s newest collaboration to Nendo’s Skeleton, here’s some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.


City escapades

Co-working space Eccleston Yards has partnered with experiential designers Bompas & Parr to deliver the latest wellness trends to its visitors. Using technologies such as biohacking, Nootropics or Rehydration technology, the ‘Paradise Now’ experience aims to mimic the refreshing feeling of a long holiday in the short timeframe of 30 minutes.

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Zit it!

Following the footsteps of the brand’s iconic “Solution”, Glossier has recently released its new and highly instagrammable ’Zit Stick’. Packaged in a witty way, the new product offers acne-fighting spot treatment on-the-go thanks to its roller-ball pen structure.

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Minimal Skeleton

Belgian furniture and home accessories brand Valerie Objects has collaborated with Japanese design studio Nendo for its new cutlery set. The “Skeleton” range is designed to use the least amount of material while delivering maximum functionality: this was achieved through a smart and minimalist ‘hooking’ feature.

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In-house moves

Disguised to look as a simple mirror when turned off, Mirror is an interactive home gym equipped with built-in camera and speakers. The ‘invisible’ device allows its users to remotely attend classes of all types, from cardio and strength to yoga and boxing, seemingly fitting into an interior.

Shake up your workout routine here


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