The Visual Identity of 'Voyageur du Temps' Bakery and Café by Character

28 January 2015 {3} Comments

An old railway station in Los Altos, California, has been transformed into this exquisite new bakery and café by local entrepreneur Rie Rubin, with the help of the creative people at San Francisco-based design agency Character. [...]

A Marbleous Trend: The Versatile Use of Marble in Design

24 January 2015 {1} Comment

In recent times marble has worked diligently to alter its affiliation with ideas of ostentation and excess, gaining favour with a cohort of contemporary designers and design-conscious consumers. Today we see many examples of marble’s versatility (both real and faux) in furnishings, lighting, storage, accessories, tableware, interiors and fashion. [...]

Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact

03 January 2015 No Comments
17 December 2014 - 19 April 2015

Framed around the celebrated works of modernist luminaries Josef Hoffman and Adolf Loos, this new exhibition at the MAK Exhibition Hall in Vienna traces the evolution of Viennese modernism into a global brand. [...]

Yatzer's 50 Most Popular Articles in 2014

30 December 2014 No Comments

Around this time of year and every year, we showcase the most popular articles from the past twelve months, based on how many ‘Likes’ each story has received from our followers. [...]

Aether Cone: The Thinking Music Player

22 December 2014 No Comments

Meet Aether Cone: a simple and discreet music player that, according to its developers, is ‘‘the first music player that thinks.’’ [...]

A Renovated Bachelor Pad in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles

09 December 2014 {2} Comments

A young American entrepreneur commissioned design studio Commune to renovate this Buff & Hensman-designed villa in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles, and transform it into a luxurious bachelor pad. [...]

Not Just Bags on Shelves: Tsatsas Meets Vitsœ in Munich's Museumsquartier

17 November 2014 No Comments

A temporary exhibition featuring designs from the family-owned leather bag manufacturer Tsatsas is now on display at an unusual location, namely the showroom of British furniture manufacturer Vitsœ in Munich, Germany. [...]

Honouring Tradition and Craft: The 'Original Spirits' Campaign by Mount Gay

05 November 2014 No Comments

Mount Gay, the world's oldest existing rum house, collaborates with creative agency Protein and invites us to discover the work of four young creatives who like to put hands-on craft and the artisanal spirit above everything else. [...]