Ring - Wall Mounted Fruit Holder by Joung Myung Lee

Ring – Wall Mounted Fruit Holder by Joung Myung Lee

Hang your fruit on the wall. “The Ring” is an unusual fruit bowl made of porcelain. It is not placed on a dining table or on kitchen unit but hangs on the wall. The concept is between art and design. It is to be hang on the wall, like a decorative piece of art, a modern version of still life fruit paintings. Yet, as a fruit bowl, the ring is a useful design object, shape and openings are a new and interesting unit for a fruit bowl.

0 Designer: Joung Myung Lee

Petrarch's Bath by Simone LeAmon

Petrarch’s Bath by Simone LeAmon

Petrarch’s Bath is based on the concept of an Eastern style ‘sit bath’. Smaller in size than the Western bathtub, it is an intimate space holding less water, in which to relax and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of bathing with salts, minerals and oils. The design was conceived to service two distinct purposes: 1. Adult relaxation. & 2. Child’s bather. Petrarch’s Bath responds to contemporary bathing practices in the home, where adults are likely to seek the restorative and remedial advantages of bathing and where parents attend to young children.

0 Designer: Simone LeAmon

Couch Counselling by Danielle Sobik

Couch Counselling by Danielle Sobik

A sleek modern form allied with a gray covering, the aesthetics of the sofa represents the lifestyles that we instantly recognize, modern and impersonal. However when we take a minute to sit down we discover much more is going on. As a couple sit apart on the sofa they are supervised when a cold blue pattern begins to grow around them. The blue pattern signifies their distance apart from each other.

0 Designer: Danielle Sobik

MoMA presents Doug Aitken: Sleepwalkers

MoMA presents Doug Aitken: Sleepwalkers

The Museum of Modern Art and Creative Time, the New Yorkbased public art organization, have jointly commissioned Doug Aitken to create the artist’s first large-scale public artwork in the United States. The project is also the first to bring art to MoMA’s exterior walls. Eight continuous sequences of film scenes will be projected onto six facades, including those on West Fifty-third and Fifty-fourth streets and those overlooking The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.

0 Designer: Doug Aitken Via: Cool Hunting

Last Drop Martini Glass by Lee Fain

Last Drop Martini Glass by Lee Fain

The idea behind this concept is, good to the last drop. A dark blue “Gin Droplet” is suspended in the middle of the glass thus, enabling the user to have an eternal experience of the “last drop”. I wanted the glass to look like it was being attracted to the bottle. Raw material include tinted blue glass with a dark smoke gradient, 24k gold rim and a cap base.

0 Designer: Lee Fain

Miss Geschick & Lady Lapsus by Olga Bielawska & Astrid Schildkopf

Miss Geschick & Lady Lapsus by Olga Bielawska & Astrid Schildkopf

Any of this sounds familiar: A stain on your freshly cleaned t-shirt, your girlfriend always takes the whole duvet for herself so nothing is left for you, and hairy bodies are just too much for you Our products are exactly dealing with those faux pas or delicate themes of the everyday life which we don’t want to eliminate but put them in a positive context. That way small mishaps and such will become a stylish and communicative element in your life.

0 Designer: Olga Bielawska & Astrid Schildkopf

Switch Candle by Seungyoub Oh

Switch Candle by Seungyoub Oh

Everyone has a fond memory of turning off electricity and lighting a candle. One can enjoy the mysterious yet peaceful and comforting ambience radiating from a small, flickering luminance that is often absent in modern lighting apparatus. A light switch in a room does not add any aesthetic value to interior design to the room. Switch Candle brings back the fond memory, adding not only to the interior design but providing a soothing ambience in the dark room.

0 Designer: Seungyoub Oh

Flair Basin & Tap by Edwin Wong

Flair Basin & Tap by Edwin Wong

What makes flare sink and flare tap different to other sinks and taps is that they are designed for each other, with the rubber ball acting as the connection between them. The rubber ball is used as a plug when the user needs a sink of water, after that, it can be pulled out and placed on top of the tap, where it won’t be lost.

0 Designer: Edwin Wong

100 Percent Chocolate Cafe by Wonder Wall Studio

100 Percent Chocolate Cafe by Wonder Wall Studio

A temporary in-store inspired by 100% Chocolate Cafe for Isetan Department store located in Japan, which participated in the world wide “Salone du Chocolat” event. The design retains the same concept as the original 100% Chocolate Cafe. on the ground floor of Meiji Seika, which opened in 2004 in Kyobashi, Tokyo, though minus the caf. The entire establishment is rendered as a chocolate kitchen, with a table placed within to accommodate invited guests.

0 Designer: Wonder Wall

Highland Lowland - Carpet & Coffee Table in One by Stauffacher Benz

Highland Lowland – Carpet & Coffee Table in One by Stauffacher Benz

Back at that time when we were kids, there was nothing better than playing outside in the woods: Playing hide-and-seek in the forest, climbing up trees, jumping from rocks, building little cabins around a stump for the trolls. It was just a perfect world out in the great outdoors.

0 Designer: Stauffacher Benz

Beertable by Michael Kritzer

Beertable by Michael Kritzer

The beertable is all about fun, relaxing, sports, and, of course, the beer. Designed to be a centerpiece for a sports get together, the beertable offers usable tabletop space for magazines, chips and dip and while isolating the condensing beer in individual insulation containers. The sidebar of the table can even be used as a towel rack for napkins. Made out of molded plastic, the beertable is a low cost furniture solution that can fit into either a contemporary or modern home.

0 Designer: Michael Kritzer

Makkina - Espresso Machine by Soren Henssler

Makkina – Espresso Machine by Soren Henssler

The concept behind the Makkina departs from the traditional shape of the espresso machine, which is generally box-like and compact-looking due to the arrangement of the individual components. The Makkina was designed especially with office use in mind, focusing on easy operation and cleaning. The design intentionally separates the individual component groups (grinder, water tank), thereby conveying a sense of openness to the beholder.

0 Designer: Soren Henssler

Corian Roulette Table by Moritz Waldemeyer

Corian Roulette Table by Moritz Waldemeyer

The roulette table features a Corian top and aluminium legs. The hanging light above the table is made form thermoformed Corian. The table surface is illuminated from within to create the roulette board, where the bets are placed. The hanging lamp symbolises an inverted roulette wheel. When the croupier activates the game, lights in the lamp start running in a circle, while the numbers on the table flash in a random sequence.

0 Designer: Moritz Waldemeyer