Category Archives: Product design

Vitsœ video



Tidy Up Your Life / Definitely No Robots

Two stunningly beautiful films from Vitsœ. Watch them now, and prepare to start lusting after shelves.

Tidy Up Your Life

Definitely No Robots

Pacific iF folding bike


iF Mode folding bike / Pacific Cycles, 2012

Officially the coolest bike I have ever seen – the iF Mode by Pacific Cycles. You need to see video of this thing in action, such impressive engineering.

Overdose Desk by Bram Boo

Overdose Desk / Bram Boo, 2012

Very nice work from Belgian designer Bram Boo.

Teenage Engineering OP–1

OP–1 / Teenage Engineering, 2011

I’m currently obsessing over this synthesiser by Swedish company Teenage Engineering. I mean, just look at it. A gorgeous piece of industrial design.

We’ve been lucky enough to have one knocking about in the office recently, and I can report – even as someone who has zero experience of synths – it’s a joy to use; the UI is staggeringly cool.

Buy it here.

Nanoblocks Space Center

Space Center / Nanoblocks

So far on this blog, 2012 seems to mainly be me geeking out over Space Shuttle related things. I do apologise.

But when they’re this cool, can you blame me? Nanoblocks is like Lego, only smaller. Really small. I just built the space shuttle kit, above, and it’s pretty fiddly stuff. Good fun for the kid/engineer in all of us.

Available here.

Lego Architecture Series

Architecture – Landmark Series / Lego, 2011

Architecture + Lego. Boom.

Oscar & Ewan

Power of Making / Football Table / Oscar & Ewan

Interesting, varied portfolio from the London duo Oscar & Ewan.

Jakob Jensen

Beolit 400 Radio, ’71 + Beogram 4002 Turntable, ’74 / Jakob Jensen

Beautiful audio and hi-fi designs by Danish designer Jacob Jensen, for Bang & Olufsen. All are part of the MoMa collection.

Seen on ISO50.

Midcentury Modern at Lords

Midcentury Modern / Sunday 15 May, Lords Cricket Ground

Coming up this Sunday, gonna be good.

John Pawson

Plain Space / John Pawson at the Design Museum, 2010

I finally got around to checking out the John Pawson exhibition currently showing at the Design Museum, and it really blew me away. Such an incredible body of work, of such clarity and  simple elegance. Well worth a visit.