Finally, a Handsome Heater

Finally, a Handsome Heater

The Slice hydronic radiator provides exceptional radiant heat to your home, while adding style, efficiency, and added functionality with its convenient hideaway seat. It’s a perfect supplemental heating system for mounting near drafty windows or colder areas of your home, but also makes for a great personal warmer-upper! Imagine it next to your front door where you can plop down after coming in from the cold, or having it in your bathroom as a place to sit after getting out of the shower. Do want!

0 Designer: Burak Kocak

Bird Feeder, Sofas And More…

Bird Feeder, Sofas And More…

Polish designer Jan Kochański showcased his studio projects to us and we simply loved his unique take on furniture and product design. I loved the simple yet artistically developed Fiu Fiu bird feeder and the MobiUse – mass use mobile chairs made from paper pulp. Hit the jump to experience some innovative and thought provoking projects.

0 Designer: Jan Kochański

Ergonomic Table For Your Laptop

Ergonomic Table For Your Laptop

It’s an age-old agenda, to have the perfect setup that allows you to work on the computer endlessly and yet maintain the correct posture. Time and again specialists insist and designers execute ideas that support an ergonomic table and chair, ideal for computer usage. Biuro is just that. Biuro is an ergonomic desk for appropriate laptop use. It is meant to avoid musculoskeletal problems caused by a wrong posture. It allows the user to have a better position while working on this laptop, thanks to a tablet, which raises the height of the screen.

0 Designer: Marc Tran

Kult Control

Kult Control

I love the ring to domotics, which was incidentally coined by Journalist Bruno de Latour by condensing domestic and robotics. Intelligent homes are a fast growing phenomena and the range of user interfaces with web applications for the control of homes, featuring stunning design and intuitive graphic, is only just expanding. Kult is is a domotic interface that is simple to use.

0 Designer: Emo Design

The Fresh Food Connection

The Fresh Food Connection

Fresh Connect uses new technologies with the aim of saving resources while trying to keep food fresh. The concept employs an entirely new approach to food conservation through a series of specialized accessories connected by a central cooling system with an online delivery service. The setup consists of a Central Cooling System teamed with accessories like Fruit Basket, Bread Basket, Wine Cooler, Herbarium, Cool Boxes along with Ordering system + Delivery Bags.

0 Designer: Whirlpool Global Consumer Design

Stunning Achromatic Studio

Stunning Achromatic Studio

This modern studio is all about openness and transparency from one section to the next- so much so that anyone with privacy issues might find themselves feeling vulnerable. Corner to corner, the viewer’s perspective shifts from light to dark, inside to out. The minimal aesthetic is contrasted by dark grey tones and raw textures of concrete, wood, marble and steel. A single colorful object, designer Igor Sirotov’s signature rubber duck, is hiding somewhere – see if you can find it.

0 Designer: Igor Sirotov

Where Did The Monitor Go?

Where Did The Monitor Go?

It got a new lease of life and became this trendy table to hold books and other stuff. You have to love the simplistic approach adopted by Low Yi Siu in crafting the Rebirth magazine rack. Over the years we have accumulated a lot of e-waste and one great way of reusing the discarded cathode-ray-tube (CRT) computer monitor, is this. Emotional, iconic, call it whatever you want, but the retro appeal of this table is bound to be a conversation piece.

0 Designer: Low Yi Siu

Clothing Iron with Retractable Heat

Clothing Iron with Retractable Heat

When you think of a clothing iron – the kind you use to get clothing both dry and flat – you think of heat, and you think of how much it hurts to get burned. With the Up&Down Safety Iron, there’s no more to worry about – when you’re not holding on tight, the iron retracts – how simple!

0 Designer: In Ho Lee

Home Sweet Cube 2.0

Home Sweet Cube 2.0

We recently featured Justin Chong’s charming, super-minimal Cube home… well he’s back with an alternative version that reworks the usable space to accommodate more storage, sleeping room, a full bathroom and even a laundry area fit with a compact clothes washer/dryer combo! The other design was a lil dark so the most significant addition is built-in, ultra-thin LED lighting accents in inconspicuous places like under the stairs or kitchen shelving.

0 Designer: Justin Chong

Repurposed Cardboard in Posh Chair Shapes

Repurposed Cardboard in Posh Chair Shapes

It’s time for some awesome application of repurposed cardboard, folks, here in a set of furniture by the name of Re-Ply. This project works with what designer Dan Goldstein assures is rather unique in both form and method, using broken-down boxes that would otherwise be tossed in a garbage heap, here using them for undeniably strong – and trendy, too.

0 Designer: Dan Goldstein

Making Kitchens Less Ugly

Making Kitchens Less Ugly

There are an overwhelming variety of range hood and air ventilation options out there, but almost none are aesthetically pleasing or discreet! The Hidden Air Diffuser was designed for application into most types of ceilings to provide an unobtrusive, near-invisible way of circulating air and ridding smoke. Available options include minimal recessed light combinations or flush decorative vents and all can be painted to blend into any room style for a more open, cleaner look.

0 Designer: Daniel Pearlman

EcoCool

EcoCool

The EcoCool system was designed to filter and reuse grey water to cool interior spaces and hydrate the planter at the bottom of the unit. Before being deposited in the planter, water passes through a series of filters disguised as wall tiles that are filled with a filtering mixture of sand and marble. The solution simultaneously cools the air while bringing awareness to water consumption in a visible and memorable way.

0 Designer: Ardavan Mirhosseini

Open The Damn Door

Open The Damn Door

Ok so you have too many drinks, its dark and the door won’t open. Obviously you need to insert the key, but the point is, sober or drunk, many of us do end up struggling with the key and keyhole. Concave Lock follows an annulus pattern with a fluorescent ring that glows in the dark. Because of the concave surface of the lock, the design allows you to slide the key into the keyhole on the first try! Superb!

0 Designer: Poh Liang-Hock