Work for Yanko Design

Work for Yanko Design

The credit of our success goes to our readers, and as a result we have grown to the stage where we need more team players to become a part of the Yanko Design family. We are looking for International applicants, you could be living anywhere; just ensure you have stable Internet! That’s top priority! There are many positions open and this includes writing, content researching, graphic design and more. If you live, breathe, and dream design as we do, then please apply!

Bathroom Basics

Bathroom Basics

Alicia Keys once said, “If I want to be alone, some place I can write, I can read, I can pray, I can cry, I can do whatever I want – I go to the bathroom.” Sounds simple enough, but there is a lot of weight to what Alicia is saying here. For many of us it is a sacred place where do more than the usual job. Remodeling or maintaining the existing one, shouldn’t have to be a chore. The Fresca range that showcased here, is easy to install and affordable too! Take a look!

0 Available At: DecorPlanet.com

Another iWatch!

Another iWatch!

Just when you thought the iWatch concepts had died a natural death, we spied yet another concept that is based on the current Apple iOS7 and other “leaked” information. Take a look, drool a bit and get back to normal life!

0 Designer: Edgar Rios

Flying Economy Can Be Fun on COS

Flying Economy Can Be Fun on COS

A show of hands – all those who hate flying economy class! If designer Jan Meissner had his way, we all would be comfy and cozy in the economy cabin – the envy of Business Class and First Class – thanks to the awesome features integrated to the economy seats. Not only are they intuitive and adjust to our body shape, they also feel roomier and integrate ultra-modern technology features. Have a look and let me know which aspect you like the best!

0 Designer: Jan Meissner

Two Faces, One Bag

Two Faces, One Bag

Introducing the first ever, two-sided, leather backpack. It’s called the 2Face Backpack and it’s handsomely handcrafted to go everywhere you go! If you’ve ever found yourself looking for the appropriate bag for the gym, and then a different bag for work… look no further. The versatile design features two faces: one casual, one classic. Match it to your clothes, where you’re going, or just to switch things up! Vid after the jump! —>

0 Designers: Andrew & Alex

Like Fighting Fire with Fire!

Like Fighting Fire with Fire!

We’re constantly cladding our precious iPhones in plastic and rubber for protection, ultimately changing one of the important aspects of their beautiful design that draws us in to begin with. So why not put that fancy anodized aluminum in… well… anodized aluminum?! That’s the idea behind coverPRO. It’s a case cast in colorful anodized aluminum measuring in at just .5mm thick. Super thin so it doesn’t compromise your phone’s character, but strong and rigid enough to keep it safe from falls and scratches. Get it here!

0 Designer: alugraphics

Interactive Lightforms

Interactive Lightforms

“ledwork” is a series of highly tangible, autonomous lights that respond to touch and movement. Connected together with magnets, they form a swarm of light in which new patterns emerge as the lights talk to each other and work in an ever-changing colorful harmony. This invites the user to observe, explore and construct new physical configurations while deepening the connection between object and user.

0 Designers: Various

Personal Humidity

Personal Humidity

The Straw Humidifier brings us a step closer to personalized humidity control. The concept is based on the norm that a clean personal humidifier should be available for us anytime, anywhere. The device requires just the basics, a straw and the humidifier attachment. Combine the two and you are ready to get going!

0 Designer: Kyuho Song

Year-round Seasoning for Domestic Kitchens

Year-round Seasoning for Domestic Kitchens

Imagine having access to fresh herbs 24×7 via an under-counter herb solution! The Electrolux ‘Herb Garden’ Concept does just that and it provides us the luxury of a self-replenishing indoor garden that expands our cooking capabilities. This hydroponic concept brings year-round seasoning to the domestic kitchen. One of the key ingredients to good cooking is herbs, they add wholesome flavours that are delicately distinguished by their aroma and taste.

0 Designer: Electrolux

50,000 Years Young

50,000 Years Young

At around 50,000 years old, ancient Kauri is the oldest wood in the world. Here it meets FiDU, currently the most innovative technology of flexible steel forming. Whether you’re into reclaimed rustic furniture or minimalistic modern, there’s no denying the appeal of this historical yet futuristic piece.

0 Designer: Holzano

Feel That Old Time Rock and Roll

Feel That Old Time Rock and Roll

There’s something pleasing about sorting through a box of old records… it’s that very feeling that’s lost in our transition from analog to digital media. The “Music Tangibility” project looks to the record playing experience as an inspiration for the future! Record playing was very physical… like dropping the needle to the disc. Music Tangibility recreates this in a sense by allowing the user to change the song or album by changing the location of the phone. As the album plays the phone moves right to indicate how much time has elapsed.

0 Designer: Yaakov Lyubetsky

State-of-the-art Scooter

State-of-the-art Scooter

The latest in a trend of fairing-clad scooters, the electric XQ’s semi-monocoque body does more than help aerodynamics. It offers sensible storage for the rider’s small belongings and cargo. It also houses the seat and steering column which automatically retract in OFF mode for both security and to save space. Rear-view microcams with smartphone syncing and solar panels for supplemental energy are just a few of its modern accessories. Check it out —>

0 Designer: Ricardo Silva

Ultimate Transparency

Ultimate Transparency

Don’t get me wrong, I love the Apple Keyboard, but I hate the fingerprint marks that my daily usage leaves on it. According to a research the amount of germs found on the keyboard is 60 times more than that on the toilet! To take care of these two issues we have here the UVLightBoard concept. The keyboard uses a transparency panel as the main structure.

0 Designer: Mu-Chern Fong

The Guide Brick

The Guide Brick

The Blind Guider is an innovative guide brick that for the sight impaired. It provides the street names and directions to blind via RFID embedded on the guide brick. The blind communicate with the guide brick through the sensors found on the bottom of the guide cane, which is transmitted to the earphone. How feasible is this design is yet to be determined, however as a concept it is a good idea.

0 Designers: Jang Cheng, Hui-Chuan Ma, Chih-Hao Wang and Yin-Kai Li

Considerate Ceramics

Considerate Ceramics

The Ceramic Scoop Bowl isn’t just cool because of its Cvisual oddness… it’s also designed to accommodate individuals with muscular conditions and is an ideal eating aid for one-handed users. The vertical wall and sloping bottom helps users easily guide food onto their utensils while also allowing the plate to rest at the edge of the table helping to eliminate spillage. For added safety, the bowl also features a nitrile rubber base to prevent sliding and provide a stable eating platform.

0 Designer: Ryan Kirkpatrick

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