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  • 11.30.16

Shop The Aha X Fast Company Holiday Pop-Up

Featuring honorees of the Innovation by Design awards.

Co.Design’s annual Innovation By Design competition honors the best design of the year. Now, Fast Company is teaming up with the design marketplace Aha on a holiday pop-up shop featuring the work of select honorees.

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Items represent some of the most thoughtful, creative design of the past two years, and include a gamer kit that lets your build your own handheld console ($100), a solar light that doubles as a phone charger ($86), and an oil filter that’s designed to last a lifetime ($109-$249).

See more below or start shopping here.

Humangear Gobites
Designed in collaboration with the product consultancy Lunar, Gobites is a durable, portable utensil set ($25.49). It was a 2015 Finalist for Product Design.

The TMA-2 Modular Headphone System
These headphones, by AIAIAI Kilo Design, can be configured 360 different ways ($225). They were a 2015 Finalist for Product Design.

The S300 Portable Solar Lantern
This d.light solar lantern doubles as a phone charger ($86). D.light’s A1 model was a 2016 Finalist for Social Good and Products.

Cubetto
Primo Toys’s Cubetto is a wooden robot and game that teaches kids to code ($225). It was a 2016 Finalist for Products.

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Google OnHub
Designed by Whipsaw, the OnHub delivers reliable Wi-Fi in a sleek package ($199). It was a 2016 Finalist for Products.


Hubb Lifetime Oil Filter

Also designed by Whipsaw, the Hubb oil filter is designed to last a lifetime by replacing wasteful paper filters ($109-$249). It was a 2016 Winner for Products.

X Swimwear
Buy a tote ($35) or bag to protect your wet swimsuit ($40) from Unreasonable Women, makers of the bathing suit brand X Swimwear. X Swimwear was a 2016 Finalist for Products.

The Starry Station Touchscreen WiFi Router
Starry is a user-friendly touch-screen platform for managing internet at home ($299). It was a 2016 Finalist in User Experience and Products.

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