Fitness-Tool Cubii
Peddling like mad in the office without actually going anywhere? In future, more and more pen pushers could get behind this idea: Especially when the wheels are turning under the desk. The compact fitness tool Cubii was invented by three graduates from the University of Chicago, who had examined the health risks of sitting for hours at a time – and the benefits of moderate exercise. Cubii, programmable with different levels of resistance, keeps not only the muscles and the cardiovascular system going, but also your personal energy balance, burning up to 150 calories an hour. 

Bento Box
The Red Dot Design Award-winning Bento Box from the French brand monbento is ideal for enjoying fresh and homemade food from couscous to salad to cake while at work or on a trip. The airtight containers keep breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks to hand while the Nomad cutlery set fits snugly beneath the top lid. The Japanese-style lunchbox is suitable for use in microwaves and dishwashers.

Yakkay bicycle helmets
Hat and that’s that! If you think multi-coloured bicycle helmets clash with your business attire but you still want to protect your head from injuries if you fall, then maybe a helmet in the shape of a hat could be an acceptable solution to this dilemma: At first glance, the models look like baseball caps or knitted hats, sun hats or classic men’s hats, but under the fashionable material covers, they conceal hard frames meeting all the usual safety requirements. In our online shop, you can design helmets and covers individually and for a custom-fit.

Componibili Container
A container that is so light that it does not even need rollers: The round containers, with a diameter of 32 cm, are made of impact-resistant molded plastic and have become design classics, with exhibitions at the MoMA in New York and at the Centre G. Pompidou in Paris. In black, white, red, copper, gold or silver.


OTTO cardboard chair
Design or anti-design? OTTO was designed in the “revolutionary” year of 1968 as part of a series called “Seats for the have-nots”, almost making it a piece of history. But one that perfectly reflects the issues of today: sustainability, flexibility, customizability, nonchalance. All this for less than 70 euros!


Mayday lamp
Hang it up, set it down, or carry it around: The conical lamp, which was created in 1998 by Munich designer Konstantin Grcic, is always where it is needed. The cable can be easily wrapped around the handle, and the cone-shaped diffuser, made of injection-molded polypropylene, is resistant against jolts.