The circular economy is a hot concept these days, so what better way to embrace this concept than to make food packaging edible, too? Better Burger is served up burgers this Sunday (aka Earth Day) in one-off packaging made from wafer paper and edible ink.
The Four Days if Fashion, run by Heart of the City, kicked off with the Resene NZ Fashion Tech Colour of Fashion. The exhibition showcased works from budding design students, who were given a brief by Resene to work outside of the box.
Daniel Kamp’s lighting studio is back at it again with a new range of customisable lights called Layer. The idea: Use 3D printing to disrupt the lighting industry by creating interchangeable design options, moving away from usual mass production of items and into made-to-order, bespoke products for the home.
Idealog is one of the few media brands dedicated to celebrating the best of New Zealand’s design industry. And Blunt is a New Zealand company with a long history of using its design skills to create more beautiful, more functional umbrellas. So, as part of our design series, we’re asking our audience to submit a design that could end up on a limited-edition umbrella and net the winner a heap of prizes, including a six-month co-working tenancy at Generator for up to four people that’s worth $28,000.
The best retailers don't just sell products that shoppers want, but seek out products they never knew they needed. With the latest products from 2,200 international suppliers on offer at one location in Chicago, the International Home + Housewares Show makes trend-hunting easy.
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Auckland-based Inhouse was brought on board to revitalise the Steinlager brand as they launched a new offering – Tokyo Dry.