Classic white kitchen with a modern upgrade. The @40eastend luxury condos are peerless in design. The marble backsplash and matching island are eye-catching against the straight-edge cabinets.
I made a special visit to SpaceX headquarters while in Los Angeles not knowing what I would find. There I found a Space Age Obelisk-the Falcon 9 booster on the street corner for all to see—the one the lands on the barge on legs. The size is huge— image 2 has a person in the lower right corner which should give you a grasp of the Falcon 9’s bigness, that this huge device relands intact for recycling, and the technical achievement to do this. Makes me wonder why I can’t remember to bring my recycling out to the curb once a week. #spacex #space #recycle #elonmusk
The Gaze Tray by @gazelab_official is the world’s first desktop storage tray that wirelessly charges ALL your Apple devices at once. The tray packs a charging surface for your iPhone, your Apple Watch, and even has a cute compartment to rest and charge your AirPods (the guys at Gaze even provide a wireless-charging case for your AirPods). It also packs two additional USB ports for good measure, letting you charge other devices you may have lying around. The Gaze Tray comes in a variety of finishes, the most noteworthy being the leather exterior and the matte rubber exterior that give it an interior-friendly appeal.
Not much larger than a MacBook Air, and at only 15mm thin, the Gaze Tray can even be carried around with you in your bag, giving you the ability to organize and charge your devices at home and even at work. Its design very cleverly gets you to organize your stuff in order to charge them, so your phone, watch, and AirPods are never randomly strewn around your desk or misplaced. Let’s not forget that it also enables better organization by eliminating the need for multiple chargers and charging cables. Neat, eh! No, literally!
Designers: Juyoun Lee, Hanah Jeong & Youngmee Lee
Shop Now: $49 @gazelab_official
Inspired by Inigo Jones, the architect who brought classical design to England in the 17th century, @trueing_studio’s Floor Lamp is informed by classical proportions and euclidian geometry. Referencing Jones’ proclivity for creating rooms in the form of a cube — both a Biblical allusion *and* a platonic solid — the Inigo Floor Lamp is an homage: an extruded cube, with a perfectly proportioned cylinder running down its center, classically informed, but contemporary in execution.
📷: @lauren___coleman 💕