If it's Sunday and you don't feel like doing much, but want to feel still put together, then this outfit was made just for you. It features the NN07 Pima Cotton-Jersey and the Prayers Montague-Gray Heather Sweatpant. Add additional accessories to complete the look.1. T-Shirt: NNO7 Pima Cotton-Jersey ($65) 2. Joggers: Grayers Montague Gray Heather ($78) 3. Sunglasses: Westward Leaning Concord 6 ($205) 4. Shoes: Common Projects Achilles Retro Low ($359) 5. Watch: Uniformwares C40 Watch ($800) 6. Headphones: Jabra Move Wireless Headphones ($68)
The Scrooser ($3950) is an entirely different way to cruise the streets of your city. The feel of this cross between a moped and a scooter, is best described as surfing the streets. The Scrooser has a standard moped frame, but the tires are noticeably fatter and it is propelled by an impulse drive electric motor. For each charge you will get about a 22 mile range and depending on the charger it will take about 1-3.5 hours to fully charge. And don't worry if you need to take it inside, the Scrooser only weighs 61 lbs. The Scrooser is now being offered on Kickstarter. Check out their video.
Apple had its big reveal today detailing new features with the Apple 5s ($199-$399). Although there is nothing earth shattering the three new features should make for a much improved user experience. The major features include updated processors, updated camera, and new security system. Complete details after the break.(more…)
Add a splash of color to your summer gear with the addition of The Hill-Side Watch Bands ($59). The bands come in a variety of colorways including; Tan Cloud Camouflage, Confetti Print, Big Crazy Floral Print, Linen Idego Discharge, and Indigo/Red Stripe. Each band is 18mm and made with 100% Japanese cotton with leather trim.
Dualchas Architects are a building design firm located on the Isle of Skye located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Their primary concerns are "sustainability through the use of energy harnessing technology, the choice of materials in the build, and the life-use of the building." The Cliff House By Dualchas Architects ($TBA) is a perfect example of this ethos. The Cliff House is simple two-bedroom home with a wall of glass that allows the residents to take in the majestic views across Loch Dunvegan in north west Skye. Dug out of the side of a hill, it integrates perfectly to its environment and is practically invisible from the front.
A guy named Till Konneker moved into a small apartment studio without any storage and the rest is just another great example of really good design. Till created The Living Cube ($3200+). The cube was made to store his record collection, TV, Clothes and Shoes. On the top was a bed and inside additional storage. What a great idea. Just think how much furniture you can get rid of if you had one of these in your room. Till is now offering these units for sale. He is offering a Mini Unit, an Urban Unit and a Living Wall that is priced based on the elements you want. All of the Cubes are fully customizable and available in several finishes.