Photo gallery: Art of the poor cuisine with Ana Roš and Franco Aliberti

Some photos from the last event.   All ended well. 150 guests in two days was a record for Ljubljana. See you in April:

Gino Sorbillo’s tribute to Steve Jobs

Last night died Steve Jobs, the Leonardo da Vinci of our era. Passionate visionary man who has left strong traces in the world we are living. “Almost everything – all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is … Continue reading

iPad 2: Thinner, Lighter, Faster, Available March 11th

Yesterday’s iPad 2 event didn’t disappoint.  While there were no real surprises for people following the iPad 2 rumor mill, iPad 2 looks like a great upgrade over the original iPad.  iPad 2  is thinner, lighter, and faster than the original iPad.  Perhaps the biggest surprise is that it is going to be available in … Continue reading

Starchitect Norman Foster Reportedly Designing the New Apple Campus

Sir Norman Foster, the British starchitect behind London’s iconic Gherkin tower and the master plan of Abu Dhabi’s mega-green Masdar City, reportedly has been selected to design Apple’s new campus in Cupertino. That’s according to El Economista. Citing anonymous sources, the Mexican newspaper reports that Apple and Foster + Partners “have spent months working closely in the design of future … Continue reading

Muji’s three Apps for iPad

Finally, the reigning king of clean product design finds a foothold on the iPad, the paragon of clean gadget design. Muji, the cultishly popular, minimalist Japanese retailer, has released three new apps for the iPad. They are: a calendar, a notebook, and a travel organizer. All are done up in Muji’s signature design, which is to … Continue reading

The Coolest Gadgets

James Bond made it sexy: The gadget! A real man must have gadgets! Characterized by ease of use and high functionality, technological novelty and of course, the highest aesthetic standards of design and material, gadgets have become status symbols. But unlike a pen with a built-in machine gun, gadgets for real life are made with … Continue reading

17th Century meets 21st At Hilton The Hague luxury business hotel

With the wish to become a trendy meeting point in The Hague, a place to meet friends and business partners alike, to have breakfast, stay for lunch or enjoy dinner, the new Hilton The Hague luxury business hotel opens its Grand Café Pearl not only for hotel guests, but also invites non-hotel guests to share … Continue reading

The Apple Store of Marijuana Shops

Not into the stoner aesthetic but still want your pot straight from the local dispensary? The San Francisco Patient and Resource Center (SPARC) has you covered. This recently opened San Francisco dispensary combines the sleekness of an Apple store with the quality strains of marijuana that Californians have come to expect from the corner pot … Continue reading

Moleskine goes digital (iPhone and iPad Moleskine)

Moleskine introduces two new hybrid tools designed for making it easier the simultaneous use of paper, phone and internet utilities: a Smartphone Cover compatible with iPhone 3G and 3GS, and a Tablet Cover, iPad compatible. Both Covers are combined with blank notebook pages. They are conceived as analog-digital ultra-portable workstations for the contemporay nomads. Moleskine … Continue reading

Apple making next step forward with the liquid metal

MacBook Air

Apple‘s “special event” scheduled for this week (and probably heralding the arrival of a new iPod Touch) is intended to excite consumers, but it is last week’s Apple news that’s sure to capture the imagination of industrial designers. As reported by Cult of Mac, Apple has or will soon have “the most advanced manufacturing machine on … Continue reading