Fascinated With The TESORO Watch!

Fascinated With The TESORO Watch!

Haute horology is synonymous with timeless design and a watch-making legacy that is at least half a century old. Which is why when new watchmakers step into the arena, finding firm grounds is sometimes a challenge. For sure, I’m glad that Waves Design Studio has risen up to this and designed the perfect tribute with the TESORO Automatic Mechanical Watch.

0 Designer: Waves Design Studio [ Buy it Here ]

The Only Mechanical Smartwatch We Want

The Only Mechanical Smartwatch We Want

As a watch enthusiast, I have always questioned, why would men give up their sole symbol of prosperity and class to an e-ink display? The prime real estate in question – the wrist – is worthy of a mechanical creation that screams haute horology. However, my mindset changed when I came across the Kairos Mechanical Smartwatch, the World’s first and only mechanical smart watch hybrid.

0 Designer: Kairos [ Buy It Here ]

Industrial Chic-wear

Industrial Chic-wear

The Clamp Series of customizable rings by Drilling Lab translates factory aesthetic into fashion accessory! The designs are produced in a traditional Taiwan factory and stay true to the construction technique of the original hardware. The only difference is 3 fashionable finishes in matte black, gold, and silver. In two distinct designs, one with a visible screw and one without, you can mix, match, and size to your liking!

0 Designer: Drilling Lab

Cooking Starts In The Garden

Cooking Starts In The Garden

It would be so easy to have your own vegetable patch to source fresh veggies and herbs from. There are two main obstacles though: lack of space and lack of a green thumb. To solve these two issues we have here the “Little Helper’ a cultivation pot with a combining app. The idea behind it is to help us grow and harvest our own vegetables and eat healthier (think GMO and Pesticides). I quite agree!

0 Designer: Rita Moreira

The Right Distance

The Right Distance

Researches have shown that myopia at young ages is usually caused by the failure of keeping adequate distance between the book and the eyes when writing and reading. ‘Keep a Distance’ is a device that clips onto the book and ensures that the distance between the writer and the paper is a minimum of 30-centimeters. Whenever your head moves closer than the recommended distance, a red warning text appears projected on the paper, reminding you to keep your head up.

0 Designer: Qichong Wei

ATV Awesomeness

ATV Awesomeness

We usually consider ATV’s to be testosterone-fueled tuff stuff, and this quad is no exception, but you might find its aesthetic inspiration surprisingly soft! The Shiva was designed with… wait for it… seriously, take a breath… DANCING in mind! And not just any dancing, but ribbon dancing. Before you start giggling, check out its fierce fairings, aggressive aerodynamic shape and sporty paint job. It might come from a tender place, but the result is a mean-looking modern machine. 

0 Designer: Hu Po Chun

Yesteryear's Furniture, Today

Yesteryear’s Furniture, Today

Modeled on an abandoned stretched Eames Fiberglass Shell Armchair at the Henry Ford Museum, the design imagines the lost prototype reborn using the most modern materials with the most traditional methods. It’s woven out of 12k carbon fiber with a modified weaving pattern that gives it substantial strength & single-digit lightness. In the spirit of Eames’ design philosophy, its transparency lays bare its own construction methodology with visual access to every part, giving it an aesthetic coherence that feels both uncanny & curiously natural.

0 Designer: Matthew Strong

Customer Service Goes 3D

Customer Service Goes 3D

Grrrr.. there’s nothing more annoying than calling a customer service number only to wait on hold before being transferred to a robot that can barely understand you! Despite the reason, getting face-to-face help is the most effective and least frustrating way to get results . That’s the idea behind iContact.io. Designed as a directory for public places like malls and hospitals, the informational kiosk provides an on-demand, 3D experience with a REAL customer service rep. Features like eye-contact recognition and an intuitive touch screen make it natural and even kinda fun!

0 Designer: Begüm Tomruk

The King’s New Clothes

The King’s New Clothes

Zero Waste is a body scanning and 3D printing unit that recycles old clothes to the latest trends. The first round of raw material needs to be bought and there after all you need to do is scan your body, pick your style from the design feed and get a brand new 3D Printed outfit. Very trendy and up with the times, what do you think?

0 Designer: Karolin Kõrge

Nifty Like The Ant

Nifty Like The Ant

Modeled on the basis of how an ant works in the ant farm, the Ant-bot is a robotic home cleaner. It cleans up messes and works autonomous, however you can define certain areas that need extra sprucing via the dedicated pointer. Neat!

0 Designers: Yunjo Yu and Seonghyun Kim

Lighting to root for!

Lighting to root for!

There’s little to dislike about the simplicity of a single bulb pendant, but if you’re not into the raw industrial look, the Root socket is the perfect way to warm it up! Sustainably crafted from 100% natural beech wood, the collection is manufactured in low volume production from raw materials. Still, they’re customizable in two lengths (140 & 250mm), 3 finishes (beech,walnut,oak), cord selection (12 fabric finishes), and finally, bulb type (E27 or GU10-LED). Great as a solo, even better as a cluster!

0 Designer: George Avgerinakis

The Window Box Wonder

The Window Box Wonder

It’s a box! It’s a shelf! No… it’s Cubby! — the simple way to get convenient wall storage. Each Cubby features a recessed back panel and keyhole that ensure it mounts flush against the wall, an removable window that protects items, and a simple lid for quick access. It’s an easy way to stay organized or simply show off your favorite collectibles!

0 Designer: Thomas Zukowski

Nicholas Hardman Talks About solidThinking Inspire & solidThinking Evolve

Nicholas Hardman Talks About solidThinking Inspire & solidThinking Evolve

Both solidThinking Inspire & solidThinking Evolve have grown to become tools that designers just can’t do without. solidThinking Inspire allows design engineers, product designers, and architects to create and investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily and solidThinking Evolve allows them to develop forms faster, using either Windows or Mac OS X.

0 solidThinking: Inspire and Evolve

Sammy Baby Gets Bamboo

Sammy Baby Gets Bamboo

Few and far between we come across Samsung concepts and today we look into the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The basic design replaces cheap plastic with sustainable Bamboo Material along with premium Ceramic. As far as the tech goes, it includes latest apps like heart rate monitor, UV Sensor and more.

0 Designer: Vishal Bhanushali

Back to basics and loving it!

Back to basics and loving it!

This utilitarian e-Ink phone by FormNation was designed for those who have better things to do than flick angry birds and flying pigs! It leaves behind the extraneous and instead is packed with powerful essentials like calendar, contacts, e-reading, and email apps. Everything you need and nothing you don’t! Thanks to its e-ink display and straightforward functionality, it can last an entire month on one charge. Yes, it lacks a vivid color display. But think of it as the difference between full color versus artistic black and white photography.

0 Designer: FormNation

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