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Beer Foamer by Norm Architects for Menu
Danish label Menu’s collaboration with design team Norm Architects transforms familiar objects into a line of honest homewares at the vanguard of a new design norm that stresses simplified and understated visual elegance. If you want to truly enjoy your beer, a full, creamy head is a must. Similar to a milk frother, this elegant copper and glass beer foamer whips up a top for your favourite brew just like in your favourite bar, with a design that embodies the ethos of the label: minimal design, maximum aesthetic.
Red and White Wine Serving Set by Norm Architects for Menu
2 Thermo Cups + Lids by Norm Architects for Menu
You don’t have to get married to have an excuse to throw out that hodgepodge of plates you’ve amassed over the years—now is the right time to introduce your kitchen to dishes you’ll be proud to put in front of your guests. Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn of Norm Architects designed this collection of simple, chic, and hand-glazed tablewares for Danish label Menu, making sure every meal can be served up in perfect style. There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal, so honour your culinary skills with a presentation fit for a Bar & Restaurant Design Award winner—this collection was originally designed for Copenhagen’s Höst Restaurant, which took home the international prize in 2013.
Mezzo Clock by Ionna Vautrin for Lexon
Hated and beloved all at once: your alarm clock is a small nocturnal companion that guides you with luminous hands through moments of sleep—and sometimes those of insomnia. Fitted with a snooze sensor, the Mezzo Clock gently lessens the severity that is rising in the AM, allowing you to lull in dreamland for a few more precious minutes before reality can get its cold, harsh grip on you. Designed by Paris-based designer Ionna Vautrin the Mezzo’s softened form ensures you’ll never be late for a morning meeting again. Functional minimalism at its best.
Mezzo Light by Ionna Vautrin for Lexon
In the day-and-age when the smartphone reigns supreme, it would seems the need for a torch is long gone. Think again. Designed by Paris-based designer Ionna Vautrin, the Mezzo Light will guide you through the darkest night walks while also looking stunning illuminating your living room with a warm glow. Inspired by old photographic flash attachments, its faceted reflector produces a powerful light that can be set to shine at two variable intensities. Functional minimalism at its best.
This a sort of a heel I can wear without suffering. And by wear I mean walking down town, meeting friends and so on. A shoe where I can only sit or walk only for couple of minutes will not manage to my home.