The Dry Wave

The Dry Wave

The Wave Dry is an innovative concept that looks at drying clothes faster and in a cost-effective way. It basically is this solar device that can be charged via the windows of the house. The soaked up solar goodness is used to power the drying UV lights and hot air. Although it looks to be a bit bulky for now, I think a couple of refinements down the line, this idea can do some great good!

0 Designer: Hye Kyung Lee

Dry Undies in a Flash!

Dry Undies in a Flash!

Designed for areas that widely rely on clothes lines, the Ôyer portable dryer is for smaller garments like underwear & socks that often require faster drying, especially during wet seasons when air drying takes longer because of humidity. Garments are placed within a protective bag inside the unit where fresh air is circulated. Internal sensors detect the humidity level in the air within, adjusting the temperature and air flow to dry clothes in the fastest and most efficient way possible.

0 Designer: Pengfei Li

Minimal Camp Stove

Minimal Camp Stove

A camping stove is essential cooking equipment; something you can’t leave behind, but almost always the most inconvenient thing to carry! The HexA is a minimally designed camping cooking stove that hopes to eliminate the fuss of carrying a big one. It folds up to a compact hex tube and unfolds like a flower! Yes, I am in a poetic mood today!

0 Designers: Ha Joo Yeon, Yoon Seung Hyun & Park Hung Jun

Hands Free And Foot Fancy!

Hands Free And Foot Fancy!

Refrigerator doors are meant to have this magnetic auto lock mechanism that keeps them sealed. This is mainly to keep the cooling system efficient and preventing the loss of cold air. The problem with this function is that sometimes opening the doors, especially when your hands are full, can pose to be a problem. As a solution to this, designer Jung Jun Park brings in the option of opening the fridge door with your foot. Handy Fridge – Sounds crazy? Nah, just innovative!

0 Designer: Jung Jun Park

Creative Refrigeration

Creative Refrigeration

With apartments getting smaller these days, conventional kitchen forms are getting modular and so are our appliances. The Bil-Live Refrigerator is a module that fits into the wall, thus taking up very little space. Fridge comes integrated with a table, making it easy to dine in the limited space. Hit the jump for more details by the designers.

0 Designers: Jin-seok Kwon & Hosuk Jihyun

Single-Person Cooking

Single-Person Cooking

S.I.A.M. fits perfectly into the kitchen of a singleton. It’s basically a built-in hood and induction cooker. Ideal for quick dishes that require stir-frying, the cooker folds up when not in use. The action of opening and closing the cooker, automatically switches it on or off. I kinda like its form and I think it will fit well in a compact kitchen.

0 Designers: Hye-Rim Lee and Tae-Ryung Byun

Smarter Way To Weigh

Smarter Way To Weigh

The Latin is a clever weighing machine that not only tells you your weight but also essentials like BMI, BMR and other stats. What makes the machine swankier is that all data is read through a Smartphone App. This means no display on the machine, but in the privacy of your palm! I totally want this machine NOW! Watch the demo video here.

0 Designer: Fani Meng

Combi Cleaning

Combi Cleaning

The Combi is a robotic vacuum cleaner that cleans your space efficiently. It features an integrated dust buster to get to those hard-to-reach nooks. The robot is designed to look friendly and appealing; it fits well into your home environment. The good thing is that you can set the cleaner to both robotic and manual function. So either let the vacuum do its thing or you do it your way!

0 Designer: Gwang Chae Jung

The Totem of Refrigeration

The Totem of Refrigeration

Nowadays, we’re obsessed with storing everything in the fridges, but this isn’t always the best option for keeping foods fresh… especially fruits and veggies. Some are better kept in a slightly warmer, more humid environment… and for these there’s the OLTU system. Using the refrigerator’s own heat output, clay containers are kept at the ideal temperature and humidity for the needs of various foods.

0 Designer: Fabio Molinas

Eliminating Double Wash

Eliminating Double Wash

Washing whites with colors is a recipe for disaster! For those who use only the washing machine, it means running two wash cycles and double the expenses. An efficient workaround to this situation is the Dual Wash washing machine. It features two drums, one inside the other, that allows you to wash colors and whites in separate drums, and yet at the same time. Water, electricity, time and efforts…all of them conserved at one go!

0 Designer: Ji Young Song

The Great Wall Of Cooking

The Great Wall Of Cooking

2D Smart Kitchen is a wall mounted kitchen concept that hosts interactive modules and appliances. This full set of kitchen appliances automatically prepares your meals and gives you ample space and time, whist cooking you the perfect meal. The entire wall is an interactive touch screen and showcases recipes and the ingredients.

0 Designer: Ermi van Oers

Micro Grill

Micro Grill

Micro is a portable microwave that doubles up as a grill as well. Hectic lifestyles, unhealthy eating habits and laziness has forced us to rethink how we use our kitchen appliances. A grill on the go is understandable, but have a portable microwave is a good innovation. At least we can have hot meals in the office while buried in work!

0 Designer: Richard Park

Workout For A Clean Home

Workout For A Clean Home

Orbita is an appliance that uses the energy created by body movement as energy source of the appliance. This gives you the liberty to spend more time on tasks that your enjoy rather than cleaning up the house. Although its not explained how, but the system syncs in such a way that while sweat it out in a workout, the energy expended by you can be used to do some cleaning by Orbita.

0 Designer: Natalia Aguado