Luxury headphone B&O collaborate with Rimowa, a luggage maker and share their love for aluminium.
Bang & Olufsen is teaming up with premium luggage maker Rimowa for a limited-edition version of the Beoplay H9i headphones. the special headphones are constructed with anodized aluminium and genuine leather, which come housed in a signature RIMOWA ribbed aluminium case in its signature warm light grey colorway. As with the standard H9i, they include active noise-cancellation and a touch interface.
‘This collaboration will make the world travel at the speed of sound,’ says John Mollanger, executive vice president at Bang & Olufsen.
Is it a mirage? No, it’s a gigantic ‘Maraya (mirror)’ in the middle of nowhere.
Italian firm Gio Forma Studio Associato has designed ‘Maraya’: a gigantic site-specific mirrored cube in the middle of the Saudi Arabian desert, operating as a concert hall and land art installation. The word ‘Maraya’, in Arabic means mirror, better identifies the installation that has been covered with reflective panels: which discovers a new view of the surrounding desert.
The 5000 square meter cultural event space features an immersive theatre, interactive exhibitions, and kinetic art by Italian creative agency Todo.
Konck Knock! Who is there? Deliveroo, with your GOT themed chocolate dragon eggs
Answer the door in your best Daenerys Targaryen braids (or Jon Snow wig) because British food delivery service, Deliveroo — similar to Uber Eats and GrubHub — is offering Dragon Eggs in time for the final season of Game Of Thrones. On sale from 14 to 21 April, Game of Thrones inspired eggs can be ordered via the Deliveroo app in the districts of London, Manchester and Leeds for £0.80p.
Joe Groves from Deliveroo commented: “Easter is coming, as well as the last season of our favorite bloodthirsty show. What better way than this to celebrate these two festivities with the fans?”
Tokyo’s Muji Hotel now taking reservations at its sets to open on April 4th.
MUJI is opening its first MUJI Hotel in Japan next week. It will be the third hotel from the brand, the other two being in China.
The hotel itself has been described by MUJI as both “anti-gorgeous” and “anti-cheap,” instead of focusing on the brand’s signature minimalist aesthetic and high-quality approach. The space is set to feature 79 rooms, set over the sixth to tenth floors of the new MUJI global flagship store. The interiors embody the understated, minimalist aesthetic that the brand is well-known and loved for.
April 4 is the grand opening of both store and hotel, but it’s already possible to reserve a room on the website.