Pedal to the Metal
Whether you’re gliding over pavement or coasting the beaches, the Disko bike from Puma is quite the cruiser. Modern conveniences such as an internal lock and mind-bending folding capabilities packaged neatly in a hyper-modern, colorful frame make it a clever new answer to Miami’s frustrating transportation quandaries. 820 Collins Ave., Miami Beach;

Reed-ing Light
With its novel, organic design and luminosity both fi gurative and literal, the Canneto light installation by Seguso becomes the artful focal point of any chic living space. Made from hand-blown Murano glass and crafted by artisans in a multitude of colors and styles (the LED option is by far the coolest, in our opinion), this piece will allow your inner curator to really shine through. Niba Home, 39 E. 39th St., Miami;

Miami Sound Machine
Go retro without sacrificing state-of-the-art internal design with the old-schoolstyled, technologically modern Plattan headphones by Urbanears. Offering a spectrum of 14 colors and compatibility options for both iPhone and BlackBerry, these classic personal speakers represent the new wave in headphone design, and will transport your mind to a world of crisp, quality sound. Each also comes equipped with a “ZoundPlug” for simultaneous listening, just in case the mood to share the beat strikes you. The Standard/Ohwow Shop, 40 Island Ave., Miami Beach;

Cuckoo for Cucu
Time never stands still with the Cucu, designed by Pascal Tarabay. This two-dimensional clock holds one of the liveliest cuckoos we’ve ever come across—in nature or in the Design District. Created with a European sensibility and tinge of distinctly American spirit, this clock truly sings. Luminaire Lab, 3901 NE Second Ave., Miami;

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