Na Na Noguchi
This certainly isn't new, but man, isn't it beautiful? It's the perfect balance-literally-between art and furniture. Sculptor Isamu Noguchi created this iconic table in 1948, and it's been a classic ever since. In joining a curved, solid wood base with a freeform glass top, Noguchi created an ethereal look that doesn't diminish the practical design-it's one sturdy and durable table. There are a ton of knockoffs out there, but none come close to the stunning original, still made to this day by furniture manufacturer Herman Miller.
A regular old, run-of-the-mill Alpa will run you about the price of an Audi A4. But if you want to up your game, set yourself apart from the plebes, you go with this: the 12 TC, designed for Alpa by Swiss design firm Estragon. Able to shoot film or digital (60mp!), not to mention looking awesome, the 12 TC produces shots that would make Ansel Adams wet himself.
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Time is Money
Oh boy, another ridiculously priced watch that's too fragile to even be worn. What's that? Spanish tennis phenom Rafael Nadal wore it while winning the French Open? This might require a closer look. Supposedly light enough to not interfere with Nadal's play, the insanely complex tourbillon mechanical watch is crafted with a carbon-composite case and aluminum lithium alloys-the same stuff used in aerospace manufacturing-and tips the scales at a mere 20 grams, strap included. At this price, we'll take two.
Look Ma, No Hands
Sometimes it's just too much work to decipher what the hands of a clock are saying. The Qclocktwo gives your brain a rest, and looks sexy doing it. It's available in a bunch of different materials and finishes, and has a slew of language options too, like English, German, Norwegian, even Arabic.
Brown Bag it
Here's a handsome, stylish, well-built carryall that'll look as good in the boardroom as it does on the street. A bag that Indiana Jones or James Bond could wear. This compact carryall has it all, perfectly holding all of life's essentials. Made of soft and durable PU-coated canvas, it fits a laptop of up to 15 inches, has a natural linen lining with padded laptop protection, and all kinds of internal pockets. You got this one in the bag.
According to the manufacturer, this "spherical labyrinth challenges the limits of your manual dexterity and spatial understanding." Seems like a nice way of saying it may challenge your very sanity. An intricate network of chicanes, multi-planar hairpin turns, spirals, and staircases-even a vortex. Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.