TeaStick/Stirrer by Lee Yun Qin

TeaStick/Stirrer by Lee Yun Qin

Teastick seeks to re-define the form of a tea-bag, such that it can also act as a stirrer for the user, allowing the user to enjoy the tea through stirring it easily. The simplicity of the form also allows it to be hung from the sides of a mug, so that the tag does not drop into the tea.

0 Designer: Lee Yun Qin

Simpleware - Displays Cutlery Upright by Sean McGreevy

Simpleware – Displays Cutlery Upright by Sean McGreevy

Simpleware is a versatile set of cutlery with customizable, interlocking metal trays. The flatware nests cleanly within the trays because they utilize neodymium (rare earth) magnets, to aid in the organization of the flatware. The flatware is made from martensitic steel (the hardest of all steels) and has magnetic properties.

0 Designer: Sean McGreevy

Bambu - Disposable Utensils

Bambu – Disposable Utensils

Bamboo may be accepted as a material for the furniture on the porch of your luxury lodge in Indonesia but that is about as far as we want to integrate it into our lives – until now that is. Naturally stain resistant, available in a series of rich, warm tones and equipped with a tensile strength superior than some grades of steel, this humble plant is starting to widen its appeal.

0 Design: Bambu

Famia - Feminine Cutlery by Mulu+Milano Design Studio

Famia – Feminine Cutlery by Mulu+Milano Design Studio

What is the function of a flower To look beautiful in a vase. So does Famia. A cutlery should look beautiful on the dining table. The outlines of Famia are so soft, smooth, curvy and feminine. The “famia” name comes from the latin words “feminile” and “familia”. The curves of each pieces are complementing each other while placed side by side on the dining table. There is a flowing harmony between the spoon, knife and the fork.

0 Designer: Mulu+Milano Design Studio

Fallen Angel Cocktail Glass by Adam Pockette

Fallen Angel Cocktail Glass by Adam Pockette

Cocktail glass designed for Bombay Sapphire Design Competition. The base of the cocktail glass is solid blue glass with a “dagger like” piece of silver which would go through it. The top part of the glass would then be melted to the piece of silver giving it a delicately, elegant appeal.

0 Designer: Adam Pockette

Zygo Teapot by Shaun Redsar

Zygo Teapot by Shaun Redsar

Drinking tea is a special time. Unlike coffee, where things are rushed at a breakneck speed, drinking tea is a time of introspection, and meditation. It is personal, spiritual and ceremonial. The Zygo teapot draws on these qualities to enhance the tea experience. The delicate yet sturdy ceramic frame embraces the stainless steel sphere in an engaging juxtaposition of form, surface, and material.

0 Designer: Shaun Redsar

Handy Spoon for Baby by Thomas Franke

Handy Spoon for Baby by Thomas Franke

Handy Spoon is a self contained baby food package that provides complete mealtime needs. Originally developed as a low cost sanitary way to deliver baby food to disaster victims the concept has commercial applications as well. The sanitary wrap peels off and doubles as a bib. The package also contains a wet wipe for after meal clean up.

0 Designer: Thomas Franke

WMF Zaha - the Vision of Cutlery by Zaha Hadid

WMF Zaha – the Vision of Cutlery by Zaha Hadid

WMF is the largest European cutlery manufacturer and in addition one of the most prominent brands worldwide. As a leader of the market and of innovation they feel compelled to explore the theme of cutlery actively and also to identify visions.

0 Designer: Zaha Hadid [ Product Page ] [ Via: Luxist ]

Rosenthal A la Carte Origami Set by Robin Platt

Rosenthal A la Carte Origami Set by Robin Platt

A la Carte means a free choice from a varied offering. An innovative concept that corresponds to modern tabletop culture is hidden behind this expression for the Rosenthal studio-line: Namely, the ability to combine different set elements for an attractive tabletop setting. Six new organically formed porcelain services each comprise three sculpture-like sets that assume the functions of bowls and plates.

0 Designer: Robin Platt

Muji Non-directional Coffee Maker by Kazushige Miyake

Muji Non-directional Coffee Maker by Kazushige Miyake

The Muji Coffee Maker’s starting point is its landscape of use. Its form is a perfect cylinder, making the product non-directional something that has not been done previously. This allows it to sit well in a corner of a kitchen or equally in the center of a table, and was achieved by technically by ‘wrapping’ the water reservoir around the filter. The coffee pot is made of vacuum stainless steel.

0 Designer: Kazushige Miyake [ Muji Online Store ]

Duality Martini Cocktail Glass by Sprout Concept

Duality Martini Cocktail Glass by Sprout Concept

Inspired by the tall slender look of a cocktail dress, the Duality martini glass retains its simplicity of form through its smooth feminine curves. The base widens to mimic the top, and includes side slits which gently peel open to reveal the central stem. The central stem is drawn from a blue tinted glass to add depth and extra dimension to the glass’s appearance.

0 Designer: Sprout Concept (Maya Fidler & Michaell Bakalars)

Cozy-T Teapots by Ismael Basso

Cozy-T Teapots by Ismael Basso

The Cozy-T teapot caters to the new generation of tea drinkers. To activate the users senses and emotions the Cozy-T utilizes a design language of layered biological surfaces that wrap, stretch and break, transforming it into an intriguing take on the classic teapot cozy.

0 Designer: Ismael Basso

Shintory - Disappearing Ice Bowl by Daniel Hunziker

Shintory – Disappearing Ice Bowl by Daniel Hunziker

The idea is everlasting, the product is literally volatile. The usage of the product is very simple and straight forward. The only thing you will need is a little bit of patience. Fruits, desserts and salads will be presented as bowls of ice. And this is how it works: put two bowls of different diameter into one another, fill the gap in between the bowls with water, fix with tape and place in the freezer.

0 Designer: Daniel Hunziker