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

Two in Wine

Two in Wine

Ever wonder why there are different glasses for different wines? The idea is that each wine deserves its own type of glass to enhance its unique flavor, aroma and color. It’s an often overlooked part of the experience that every vino-enthusiast has come to appreciate. Inspired by this concept, the Doublet incorporates not one, but two of the more common types into one beautiful, seamless, stemless piece. Even if you’re not a wine snob, you can clear out some cabinet space with this artistic two-in-one alternative!

0 Designer: Stefan Burlacu

Table for Shopaholics

Table for Shopaholics

After a day of shopping, you’re way hungry… so you stop to eat. But where do you put your new precious belongings? Under the table on the dirty floor? Behind you in the seat? Not anymore! The HangOut table keeps your bags, purse or other goodies right by your side. One simple cut makes all the difference, so you can relax and enjoy your lunch! Check out the vid to see how it works —>

0 Designers: Kaito Choy, Zhenmin Li, Hyokwon Kwak

Stackable Seasonings

Stackable Seasonings

From the creators of the adorable Jumbo dish dryer, this clever table set combines containers of salt, pepper and olive oil conveniently and stylishly! The glass dispenser perfectly nests the two ceramic shakers, keeping together this essential trio that no meal is complete without!

0 Designer: Peleg Design

The Coziest Mug Ever

The Coziest Mug Ever

The ToastyMUG is a design that makes you say DUH! The concept focuses on our natural tendency to hold our cold hands close to a coffee mug in order to warm them. The ergonomic, enveloping form of the handle keep the heat in so your both your drink and your hands are kept toasty. Now, tea, coffee and hot chocolate are all that more satisfying!

0 Designer: Sabrina Fossi Design

Vertical Challenge, Accepted!

Vertical Challenge, Accepted!

Raúl Lázaro’s Giraffe Cup is proof that a small change in an otherwise classic design can go a loooong way to spark the imagination. The leggy design is both a cup and an art piece, sure to start conversations. Exotic enough to make a statement, but not so much that it looks like bad Tommy Bahama!

0 Designer: Raúl Lázaro

Eating With Benefeat

Eating With Benefeat

Benefeat looks like any regular tableware, but is specifically designed to eliminate the social stigma related to adults with cerebral palsy and when they dine with others. Five dinnerware have been designed for this, the first is bowl with an inclined inner base, the second is a plate that is inclined above a flat base, next is a cup with a straw insert, the fourth is a spoon with an adjusted angle and finally an anti-slip placemat.

0 Designers: I-Ting Chan & Ting-Yin Yeh

Cutting Edge Cutlery

Cutting Edge Cutlery

Named “Edge” for their single edge design, this cutlery set is produced with a hot stamp which makes it possible to remove the slice present in cold working. This cleaner shape further defines the archetypical silhouette of industrial flatware. As simple as it gets, they’re perfect for any dinner table, formal or casual. 

0 Designer: Quentin de Coster

The Family that Cooks Together, Stays Together

The Family that Cooks Together, Stays Together

Everyone remembers the first time Mom & Dad let them give a hand in the kitchen! The Make: Family Cooking concept aims brings the whole family together to participate in cooking with an easy-to-use E-ink system. The cutting board serves as both a place to dice food and as a display for step-by-step instructions and recipes. Simply follow the directions while using the modular handles to control the whisk, board, and measuring cup. Fun and safe for kids – worry-free for parents!

0 Designer: Joshua Harris

The Tree of Tea

The Tree of Tea

There’s never been a Tea Tree like this! This aesthetically-awesome brewer is an all-in-one solution for making the perfect cup. The base and soaker basket keep the infused water hot and make pouring easy with a large ergonomic handle. A vertical stem extending up from the base keeps the matching wood and glass cups handy and is the perfect place to dry them after using!

0 Designer: Wongyung Lee

The Teapot Redefined

The Teapot Redefined

It’s not at all what you imagine a teapot looking like, and that’s exactly what’s so cool about the Quattro! The vertical, rectangular design makes pouring and transporting a cinch thanks to its beautifully simple, yet highly functional handle that also acts as a base. Just tip it to poor, or reverse the base to the upwards position to carry it around!

0 Designer: Snezana Jeremic

Totem Part Two

Totem Part Two

A new twist to the old Stackable Cup, this new Tilt Cup has a clipped edge that enhances drying. When you place the glass upside down, the water trickles and drains out through the gap created by the clipped edge. The tilted angle also enhances the weight balance so the cup can stand up by itself when overturned. I think this will work!

0 Designer: Huang Shi-hao

Cube

Cube

Within architect Igor Sirotov’s bare concrete and glass Cube is a world just waiting to be brought to life by people, food, wine, and entertainment. The restaurant’s sexy interior is defined by tables and lounges that are at once sectioned and separate, yet open and visible to giving the atmosphere an elite, club-like vibe. At the center of the design are living water features and trees that contrast the otherwise stark interior.

0 Designer: Igor Sirotov

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