Yura is a personal bartender that can make anything from a healthy cocktail, tea to coffee. Besides being this futuristic droid that hovers and flies, it has the ability to make your drink with the accurate number of calories that your diet requires. The main body of the appliance features a smart cartridge that can heat or cool the beverage.
Designer: Herman Haydin
The Garden Pod has one big thing working in its favor – it utilizes the external walls of a dwelling rather than clamoring for space indoors. This modular green house is designed so that it can be fitted onto exteriors of a building and can take advantage of the natural energy sources. A handy app allows you to control the setting of the pod and also relays essential information such as which vegetable is ripe enough and how much compost is available.
Designer: Ovidiu Subțire
It’s the law of attraction: you’re having a trashy morning and just when you’re heading out the door with a cuppa java on the go… you spill it on your shirt. The only difference this time around is that instead of fretting, you slide on the Electrolux Instant Cleaning Glove and wipe out all traces of that offending coffee stain in a jiffy. The neoprene glove disintegrates any stain or dirt from fabrics using the combination of nanotechnology and ultrasound.
Designer: Stefan Bogdan
The Manual Coffee Machine is a single shot coffee maker that works with a hand-crank. Those who love to brew their personal blend and grind it fresh, this one design that you hope comes to life asap. The main reason being that you’d love to grind your beans even in the wild – think summer camps where electricity is a pain.
Designer: Xie Ling Lin
Given the quality of air in urbanscapes, indoors are as bad as outdoors. Air purifiers are no longer a fancy gadget but a device that is essential to keep the breeding of viruses, bacteria, fungi etc. at bay. The Lotus is an air purifier is a different breed simply because it features portable units that you can carry from room to room.
Designer: Fulden Dehneli
Have you ever experienced a Doctor Fish pedicure? It’s basically this school of fish in a tub of water, where you soak your feet in and they come and nibble on the dead skin of your feet. Based on this idea is the Pecera Robot Fish Washing Machine, a very interesting concept that doesn’t require any detergents and saves water.
Designer: Chan Yeop Jeong
We are the entitled generation – entitled to benefits whether we have worked for it or not! To conform to this cushy lifestyle a state of the art servant for cleaning chores at home is more of a necessity than a luxury. The TODY features four arms that follows voice commands and cleans floors as well as fabrics. Think curtains, bed sheets etc. Using its 4 arms, it can climb, move and hang to reach areas like seats, curtains, windows and more.
Designer: Rana Alper
The Wheel is a dynamic washing machine concept that works like a treadmill and uses human kinetic power. Combining health with purpose is a great combination and perhaps the biggest USP of this project. As a crossover between a gym bike and a washing machine, the setup is ideal to ensure that we stick to our exercise routine. In short – no running, no clean clothes – sort of!
Designer: Si Hyeong Ryu
Inspired by larger vertical farming systems, Stem is an indoor modular appliance used for growing small plants. It enables users to grow herbs and vegetables easily and efficiently with an automated hydroponic system, automatically watering plants on a timed cycle with little maintenance. Modular sections can be added or taken away to accommodate any space or need. Not only green in theory, it’s also produced with environmentally friendly materials including Zeoform!
Designer: George Sawyer
If you’re a caffeine-head, then you want you coffee and you want it NOW… which is precisely what’s wrong with existing espresso capsule machines. Get in line! But not with Cubespresso. What’s great is that you can brew more than one cup at a time. What’s even better is that you can mix different flavors in one brew to create your own blends! Satisfy your impatience and never have to choose just one flavor again! DO WANT!
Designer: David Huang
CookPlat is conceived as a portable Pyrex vitroceramic cooker that uses magnetic induction technology. Designed to be modular, this cooker can be transported and used in just about any environment. Since it is a vitroceramic hob, the cooker directly heats up the utensil via a magnetic field and doesn’t use heating resistors (radiant heat).
Designers: Jokin Arregui & Monse Garcia for SeriesNemo
The Lightsaber Knife is not exactly what every Star Wars fan would imagine it to be, however to its credit, it does have some sci-fi elements to it. The knife uses Liquidmetal to produce a perfect quality knife, one that slices, dices, chops and smashes with ease. A good quality knife can make or break a cooking experience and this knife features five different kinds of blades, so that you can enjoy the process.
Designer: Chia-yu Yeh