Braun products are the best! A fine example of that fact is the juicer below. This kitchen machine is the Braun Multipress Automatic MP 80Type 4290 Juice Extractor, to be exact. We think this is a design by Dieter Rams from the 1990s. (if not we’ll let you know). Anyways we, at Mimi Berlin HQ, are still very happy with this vegetable juicer. We even use it now and then.
‘Sparkling Juicer Gif’Appdikted is at it again! The in-house graphic designer at Mimi Berlin, Appdikted spent some of his time making gif’s for us, including the one above.
Do you have an industrial design in your kitchen which you love? Please let us know below in the comment box, we’re curious! Danke Schön in advance, and have a nice evening!
This image caught our eye the other day. The airplane turned out to be a Catalina ‘Landseaire’ Boat Yacht from the 1950s. When you click the link you’ll find out that airplanes were used and promoted in a very different way than today. Make sure to clickety click! (vintagewings.ca)One of the finest selling features of the Convair PBY Landseaire was no doubt the observation blisters. Not since the airship Hindenburg did passengers enjoy such a remarkable view of the world around them. Photo: Loomis Dean, LIFE Magazine
The Valentine typewriter is designed by Ettore Sottsass designed (with Perry A. King) for Olivetti in 1969. It is a portable (very small for it’s time) colorful and all-round friendly typing machine. Its was probably as cute as today’s latest Apple device…Hail to Italian design!
Have a nice day! xoxo Mimi
Muji’s Handheld Shredder
Shred in your tiny office! The space-saving handheld shredder is an ideal size for quickly tearing through bank statements and smaller documents with ease. It works by twisting each handle either side in opposite directions. (read more muji.eu)
Workmates brings Good News at Salone del Mobile 2015
This year during Milan Furniture Fair, Dutch design collective Workmates will distribute Good News, a newspaper put together by the five members, celebrating the ideas and processes behind their work.
The open collective – currently Roos Meerman, Joris De Groot, Rick Tegelaar, Klaas Kuiken and Casper Tolhuisen – work independently of each other, and across subject areas. But all of the designers share a hands-on approach, practice in a workshop environment, and produce work that is experimental with a strong focus on process. Continue reading →