Competition: to celebrate the launch of our New York office, Dezeen has teamed up with designjunction to give one of our New York readers the chance to win 15 products, including Muuto furniture and a Tokyobike (+ slideshow).
The winner, who needs to be New York based, will also receive a Loom stool by H, structured from elasticated cords woven around an oak frame.
Housing its own reservoir that supplies up to four weeks of moisture, neo-utility's plant pot by Boskke is transparent and allows you to see the growth of the plant.
Posting using #djprize will automatically enter your name into the draw. A winner will be selected at random and announced on Tuesday 19 May. Entrants must be based in New York City to be eligible to win.
View all of the prizes here.
See below for a full list of the brands and what they're giving away:
Slim, light-weight cr-mo steel frame in a range of 'pop' colours. Smaller 650C wheels make it agile and quick and a flip flop hub makes it possible to ride with fixed or free wheel.
Prism Cushion. Inspired by formal gardens and architectural plants, Prism and Beacon come in the modern tonal grey colourway, cool turquoise or warm Quince.
Halcyon is the first collaboration between Anthony Dickens and Decode. Produced from hand-blown borosilicate glass Halcyon, meaning tranquil, takes Anthony's principle of re-imagining everyday things and applies it to the archetypal table lamp. Additonal options, including a pendant light, are to launch in 2015.
Eight pyramid boxes in different sizes and colours $214 Yes Perfect for storing away little treasures like clips, coins, pencils and jewellery in a stylish way.
The world's first real marble case for iPhone. Made from the finest natural marble, CLIC Marble transforms your phone into a unique, one-of-a-kind piece. Featuring beautiful and intricate veins, this protective case brings new levels of style and sophistication to your device whilst remaining lightweight, shatter-resistant and cold to the touch.
UNDO Laces is the first such ecological product launched by the studio, tackling the carbon footprint generated by the shoe industry. For every shoelace purchased, UNDO Labs offsets the environmental footprint of a pair of shoes.
Fiber Chair in oak and Spilt table in oak.
Loom stool in oak natural oil and white cords. The Loom stool has a very specific inspiration — a small manual belt-making loom discovered in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico.
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SAHN Classic Bicycle helmet. Designed to be both visually striking and understated, the unique helmets are meant to complement one's personal expression on a bike without pretention, gimmicks or complexity.
Petit Table Lamp in pink. Lindholdt Studio has been working with custom-made solutions in the past 15 years, in 2014 we decided to focus on products. We have a weakness for lams, so our first product is the lamp Petite Machine. Our inspiration mainly comes from the 30th, 50th, 80th and present time. Our aim with Petite Machine is to get a modern classic feeling, in time, shape and material.
The Boskke Cube reassembles the humble plant pot, putting the organic process of growth on display, rather than hiding it away. The clear body of the Boskke Cube is also a water reservoir, supplying up to four weeks of moisture through the Slo-Flo watering system developed by Patrick Morris. Witness the mechanics of plant growth first hand through the transparent shell that houses not only the plant itself but also its source of water.
The Massproductions accessory collection gets off to a flying start with this covetable wall hook. The design is dictated by combining two hanging functions in one object and made in vitreous porcelain. Items can be hung on the central peg, or hang your jacket snag free on the "hood", which is also perfect for bags.
Buying a new cushion, blanket or throw is the easiest way to change a room. Melin Tregwynt try to make things that are useful, beautiful and that will make all the difference to the look and feel of your home.