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Right at the intersection of high-end design, simplicity, and practical functionality, Yield is creating beautiful, elegant products intended to enhance our daily lives and invite aesthetic sensibility into our spaces. With an uncompromising approach to craft and thoughtful production, their line of home goods is as timeless as it is 'right now'. A standout from the collection is their Glass French Press; available in 'Clear' (pictured here), 'Amber', and 'Gray', this classic system is perfect for brewing both coffee and tea. Constructed from premium heat-proof borosilicate glass, this design celebrates the age-old French method with a delicate-but-durable modern take. 

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At the Karowe diamond mine, in Botswana, the most highly secured section of the compound is known as the Red Zone. This is where the gems are sorted. To enter, you must walk, alone, through a sequence of thick doors activated by fingerprint scans. Inside, there are strict rules. You cannot touch another human being. Everyone must wear a blue, pocketless smock. Phones are not allowed. In September, when I visited Karowe, I was given special dispensation to carry a notebook and a pen into the Red Zone. I was told that if I dropped my things I should bend down slowly to retrieve them, then stand up and show the recovered items to the nearest camera. On leaving the Red Zone, everyone, including chief executives, is strip-searched.

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