Boskke Cube Planter Giveaway Day 4!

We’re giving a Boskke Cube Planter everyday this week until Sunday! Yes we’ve extended it til’ Sunday. If you didn’t win the first 3 days, here’s another chance. To enter, leave a comment telling me who your favorite designer is and why. Open to all North Americans and Europeans. The Cube is brand new from our friends at Boskke. Hit the jump for more info!

Sponsor: Boskke, Winner Robert DeLanghe!

The clear structure of the Boskke Cube is a large water reservoir which you can monitor visually. Water is gradually drawn up through Boskke’s unique Slo-Flo watering system to feed the plant, meaning you only need to water it once a month. Check out the video!

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26 Comments

  • DJ Sherman says:

    Dieter Rams because simplicity is beauty in its truest form.

  • Tibaut says:

    Roger Tallon, as a pionner who made the design becoming closer to industry.

  • Joseph says:

    I have to go with Jony Ive. His minimalist yet highly functional designs are incredible. He is the reason that I love the topic of design.

  • Joris says:

    Again Dieter Rams. His designs taught me that technology is nothing to be hidden, but a chance to create asthetic designs enriching interaction with machines.

  • Hausna says:

    Maarten Baas, because quality before quantity

  • Lacko says:

    johnny ive

  • Jake H says:

    It has to be Dieter Rams. He’s a popular answer for a reason and has definitely influenced me and so many others.

  • Joann Lynch says:

    Love the monster toy box

  • Yin-Ju says:

    Jony Ive, because simplicity is beauty

  • Wendy Brown says:

    I love Eero Aarnio’s modernist minimalism.
    I know he’s a big player and infamous, but i think his legend is rightly attributed his talent rather than for infamy’s sake or the cult of celebrity.
    He created the VSOP Cognac chair after all.

  • Berin says:

    Jasper Morrison, because he belives in “supernormal” design, where special is generally less useful than normal, and less rewarding in the long term.

  • spydergrrl says:

    I can honestly say that I don’t have a favourite designer but I’m a fan of simplicity, especially when it is accessible to users regardless of ability.

    (BTW, I’ve been featuring some of your finds for years on my blog; huge fangirl 🙂

  • Kevin Vi says:

    Dieter Rams for his timeless modern simplicity of form and function.

  • Right now I’m really into Charles and Ray Eames. I prefer them because of their consideration of people and the way we live, which is thoroughly infused into everything from their chairs which allow a variety of sitting options to modern architecture that accepts clutter. Somehow by sacrificing idealism they achieve something beyond it.

  • Tom says:

    Neil Poulton – simple, clever, amazing!

  • Lauren S. says:

    Dieter Rams. Simplicity never gets old.

  • jaroule says:

    Philippe Starck, because his products are elegant and amazing

  • ckinyc says:

    Philippe Starck – fun + function

  • Eero Saarinen because his chairs are so damn comfortable.

  • anne says:

    Shigeru Ban- I love his minimalist, ecological attitude, and ability to make weak materials strong

  • Alex says:

    Neil Poulton. For simplicity.

  • mevlüt says:

    Seunghun Shin
    because this dumbell small and big weight its very avantage is sport

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