The New Logica Shift In Kitchen

The New Logica Shift In Kitchen

Everything on hand, everything tidy in an instant.

This is the mantra behind the newly developed Logica System Kitchen. The back of the layout contains and conceals all the kitchen equipments at whim. The scratch resistance worktop is treated with nanotechnology & the SMEG hob can be camouflaged by using the same glass employed for the worktop.

0 Designer: Gabriele Centazzo

Visualizing Light Controller

Visualizing Light Controller

The To Be Touched Range is a series of intuitive light controllers for the LivingColors series by Philips Design. The models in this range from a simple on/off switch to one that includes a dimmer. The beauty in these switches is the visual color effect that they imbibe. The color saturation and intensity are directly proportionate to the lighting settings chosen. So a deep color ring suggests that the lights are at their brightest.

0 Designers: Philips Lighting & Philips Design

Tamp & Lable

Tamp & Lable

I’ve seen many, many table and lamp combinations before but they’re generally machined and modern. If you’re more of a earthy earth type person, the Table & Lamp by Florian Kallus might be up your alley. It definitely possesses modern lines but the raw nature of its construction warms it up a tad. I particularly like the way the legs are angled, as if the tabletop exists on a precarious balance.

0 Designer: Florian Kallus

The Democratic Couch

The Democratic Couch

Fossa is a sofa, lounger, and corner sectional. It’s whatever you want it to be because almost all of the cushions can be rearranged, inserted, or removed. Freely create new forms for relaxing, reading, napping, or other nefarious activities. Are we now democratizing furniture?

0 Designer: Aurélien Barbry for COR

Recycled For Seating

Recycled For Seating

There are plenty of seating options out there, but currently the most unique one has to be this Rubber Stool. It’s crafted from recycled rubber and comes in flat knock-down state. To assemble, you simply need to twist and turn the sinewy legs, and lock them into place. Soon you have a comfy seat to park your tushy on!

0 Designer: Satoshi Itasaka

Push-Pull; Tug Of War Is Over!

Push-Pull; Tug Of War Is Over!

Sticker industry may get a setback because their “Push” and “Pull” stickers may soon get redundant. The In & Out Door solves the problem of indicating push or pull on doors by making the door handle intuitive. On the “push” side, there is a flat panel and on the “pull” side there is a handle. Instinctively you know which side of the door opens which ways, and you get crowned as a super genius!

0 Designer: Jeon Hwan Soo

Sync Into Your Seat

Sync Into Your Seat

The Sync is a seating system consisting of a number of cubes that move up and down with a persons body weight by the aid of gas springs, to create arm rests and a back rest from the surrounding cubes. Brills! Of course that means anyone attempting to sit next to me will get my pissy face because they’re essentially sitting on my armrests. I like the idea, hate the covers. Fortunately there are other upholstery options.

0 Designer: Elliot Barratt for ElliotJames

On The Level

On The Level

There seems to be a call to arms within the furniture design community about mass produced commodities. To them I say, exclusive furniture seems a bit “old fashioned.” We can embrace modernity without losing the soul such as the case with Spanish manufacturer AG Land 14. I absolutely love their pieces. The design is strong and machine manufacturing has only helped it with precision engineering.

0 Designer: Gabriel Teixidó for AG Land 14

Simple Smile Can Set Things Right

Simple Smile Can Set Things Right

“Simply use the emotional expression to remind and educate users to turn off the light.”

This one line says it all….moreover the cute switches create the desired impact of reminding us to conserve. I guess this is another angle to Product Design: to be instinctive without being preachy!

0 Designers: Zhou Yide, Euphe Mo, Hang Zhou & Christine Liu

Spidy Chair & Paint Can Lights; Awesome Combo!

Spidy Chair & Paint Can Lights; Awesome Combo!

With a very creative name like Twenty5ive, you can expect nothing but some awesome madness by designer duo Melvin Ong & Yuri Kim. While Melvin sticks to insect-inspiration, Yuri explores durability and kitsch with lights. Have a look….

0 Designers: Melvin Ong & Yuri Kim for Twenty5ive

Mince No Lights

Mince No Lights

Mince words, mince meat, mince some attitude; but will you mince lights? A very artistic interpretation of some wasted wires n plugs, a mince machine and a bulb! Light Mincer Lamp! Made entirely of recycled and disposed materials, the lamp is ready to adorn your table, just send out a holler to Reima.

0 Designer: Reima Honkasalo

Ashes To Ashes; Odor To Perfume

Ashes To Ashes; Odor To Perfume

Light one and it can be the cause of your death, and I’ll light the other in your memory. Confused? Don’t be. What we have here is the Ashtray Incense Burner, a ceramic bowl that is an ashtray on the right-side, flip it and it becomes an incense stick holder. One spreads odor, the other fragrance. One is the smell of death, the other of life! Can’t do more poetic justice than this, dedicated to the smoker!

0 Designer: Mist-o

Line Up The Tangles

Line Up The Tangles

The problem addressed in the Line Block Cable is so true to home, it’s the one most of us face when we hook up too many gadgets in one area. Not that we can help it, it’s ideal to have the TV, CD player and the music housed together. As a result, their cables leading up to the socket can get messy and unsightly. Line Block cables are constructed in such a way that they can tag 2 or more wires in a piggy-back fashion. Essentially this means that if the gadgets have this unique structured cable, they line up one-atop-the-other and split out only near the socket, to give a neat finish.

0 Designers: Various

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