Looking for a better bike storage solution? Cyckit might have the answer for you.
Making life easier for the increasingly mobile modern professional is the aim of Paul Barmes and his brainchild, the Freebase. From the airport to the office and back home, this piece of luggage has you covered all the way.
Ever heard of a spent hen? That's an ex-battery hen, and a clever design to help these chooks recover recently won Aucklander Stacey Kenny a Luminary Award, the top prize handed out by Red Dot.
Countdown has been named and shamed as this year's worst offender in the packaging stakes – but on the upside, the Unpackit Awards have put the spotlight on winning local company Rethink and its nifty reusable fresh produce bags.
James Dyson is a design icon in his own right. So which designs does he admire?
Gordon Robinson's super-silent fly fishing craft invention, the Pursuit.
Currently loving: these Douglas and Bec solid American Ash chopping blocks made from off-cuts to help minimise wastage.
Here's a selection of bamboo stationery, as featured on Designboom, guaranteed to have hipsters' hearts aflutter.
It's a familiar entrepreneurial scenario: punter encounters problem, thinks up own way to fix it, sells it on to other punters with similar problems, stands to make stacks of cash.
Dyson has pretty well staked out hand hygiene territory with its Airblade technology (there are 110 patents and patents pending on Airblade hand dryers and the latest Dyson digital motor has another 100 patents secured or pending). And the new Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer takes things to the next level, allowing users to both wash and dry their hands all while standing at the sink.