Nendo, a well-known Japanese design studio, has taken a minimalist approach to the current trend of pet furniture and lifestyle goods that we can’t get enough of. Their line of pet products, appropriately titled Cubic Pet Goods includes a dog house, soft toy, ceramic bowls and of course a ball. Each piece in the collection was carefully selected to coincide with dog’s need and human’s desire for aesthetic quality.
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- Move over Uber, Lyft and Hailo, SheTaxis are coming to NYC. The New York Times reports that this e-hailling app service will only have female drivers for female riders.
- Proving our point that Staten Island is the new cool place to live and play, Thrillist featured a list of 11 reasons why you shouldn’t dismiss the oft-forgotten borough.
- Because your little pooch only deserves the best. Check out these spiffy, yet functional and fully customizable dog-sized trailers made from eco-friendly materials on Freshome.
- All board the 81-year-old steamship to visit the Floating Library! AM New York reports that for the next four weeks, the Lilac Museum Steamship will be home to the pop-up, mobile device-free public space.
Images: Dog trailers via Freshome (left); Floating Library by Wendy Joan Biddlecombe for AM New York (right)