That’s Interesting 15.03.19

From Tap In’s live group meditation sessions to Ikea’s flat-pack chocolate bunny, here are some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.

Better together

In today’s hyper-fast world, society has landed itself smack bang in the middle of an rising anxiety epidemic. In a bid to fight this, Tap In is an app that invites people to tune in to live group meditation sessions. These daily, 10-minute-long, guided collective journeys are open to all, and look to rekindle a sense of personal accountability and togetherness.

Regain your inner peace here

Build your bunny

This Easter, IKEA makes you work for your moment of chocolate-y indulgence. Known for its ready-to-assemble furniture, the Swedish retailer takes a playful approach to Easter confectionery: the VÅRKÄNSLA chocolate bunny is a flat-pack, self-assembly product, designed to be as decorative as it is delicious.

Buy, build and bite it here

Heavenly haven

Due to open in April 2019, Singapore’s new Jewel Changi Airport is a true gem of a destination. Designed by Safdie Architects, the soaring glass dome hosts retail, dining, gardens, hotels, and attractions, including a 40-metre-high Rain Vortex – the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Definitely an airport that you would want to miss your flight at!

Wander in wonder here

Disconnect to reconnect

Amsterdam based product designer Ernst Koning is after your unhealthy relationship with your phone. Michael Faraday’s 1836 invention, the Faraday Cage, has been repurposed to store up to six phones, blocking the electromagnetic fields to release you from the constant chase after notifications. It allows users to reconnect with themselves, their friends, and to focus on real-life interactions.

Switch off here


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