11+ House Aroma Diffuser is an aesthetically pleasing aroma humidifier, built with elaborate engineering technology. The mist, which is generated by the vibration of ultrasonic waves, allows one to enjoy the scent of the aroma oil in its natural state. When the diffuser is on, a soft and comfortable LED light will illuminate to indicate its operating status. With its compact size, 11+ House Aroma Diffuser can maintain proper humidity and gentle aroma scent in private spaces, such as office spaces, bedrooms, and small living rooms. When it’s been used for 6 hours or the water runs out, the aroma diffuser automatically shuts off. The main body can be easily separated, which helps cleaning and storing for hygienic use.
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An all purpose flat zip pouch. Sized to comfortably hold travel essentials like toiletries, a Kindle or book, pens and pencils or any other medium sized items that need carrying. Also great for organizing your travel bag or purse. In an ultra durable heavy weight nylon.
8 in. H x 10.25 in. W.
100% heavyweight nylon.
Build the world you want to see with Blockitecture, a set of architectural building blocks. Cantilever and nest hexagonal blocks to create towers, cities and dwellings.
The Deco set includes new colors and forms inspired by colorful post-modern architecture found coast to coast all over the world.
Recommended for Ages 6 and up.
A whimsical–yet factual–series of questions and answers about the things we eat... and don't eat!
Food critic Joshua David Stein whets the appetite of young readers with a wondrous and informative approach to talking about food. This humorous, stylized and entirely unexpected set of food facts will engage both good eaters and resisters alike. With questions both practical ("Can you eat a sea urchin?") and playful ("Do eggs grow on eggplants?"), this read-aloud text offers young children facts to share and the subtle encouragement to taste something new! Food and textile illustrator Julia Rothman brings an authenticity to the text that Stein has written from the heart, for his own three year-old and for pre-schoolers everywhere.
Created for ages 3-5 years
40 colour illustrations
This volume features travel chapters on Rajasthan (India), S. California (USA), and the Faroe Islands.
In the interlude sections, we interview artist Lee Ufan; profile Hermès' annual show jumping competition; feature a study of lighting; and visit the world's last great wilderness, Antarctica. We also present an edit of select jewellery in CURATED.
The publication is 200 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full color on FSC-approved uncoated paper in the United Kingdom.
Spin, the candle designed by Flavia de Laubadère rises like a sculpture from the top of its turned wood pedestal. In its distinctive lines you can see the story of an age-old process constantly reinvented.
Passionate about craftsmanship from which she draws inexhaustible creative resources, one day Flavia de Laubadère tried out a wood lathe in order to understand its challenges and specific features. Restricted by the technical difficulties of the machine, she decided to practice first by turning wax. The malleable material was wonderful to carve, soon revealing Spin as a candle as innovative as it is attractive.
This unique object, whose curved lines describe all the movements of the machine, stands on a wooden base that has been worked in the same way in order to display it at its best. The carved candle soon acquired cult status thanks to Designerbox, which industrialized the process by opting for a digital lathe.
Designerbox#40 - Limited Edition - November 2016 - numbered wooden box including a candle with its certificate of authenticity and a journal dedicated to it.
Gravity Drops, a glass blown carafe designed by Vanessa Mitrani makes an ingenious use of balance from its wooden base.
"Gathered” by using a long rod - or cane - in the furnace where it is melted, the glass never stops flowing. In order to get the right amount to be blown, the rod must be continuously turned so as to avoid the gathered glass leaking onto the ground.
Vanessa Mitrani has inherited from her mother, a lab researcher, a passion for animals as well as the love to experiment and «to do». A student at ENSAD (Paris Decorative Arts University) specialising in furniture design, she happily escapes the classrooms to experience craft techniques in workshops, including glass techniques. It is therefore by «doing» that the designer started working with glass, her professional love affair.