The Modern Man's Moka Pot

The Modern Man’s Moka Pot

Peter Dudas’ slimOKA gives you the rich, authentic coffee taste of the classic moka pot with the convenience of a modern coffee maker. In black or silver anodized aluminum or steel, its aesthetic is also a modern twist on the classic. At the heart of the design is an electronic system that steam heats coffee with the press of a button, alerts the user with an audible tone when finished, and automatically lowers temperature to keep coffee warm without burning it. Unlike stovetop moka pots which you have to keep an eye on, you can set it and forget it!

0 Designer: Peter Dudas

Age of the Yura

Age of the Yura

Yura is a personal bartender that can make anything from a healthy cocktail, tea to coffee. Besides being this futuristic droid that hovers and flies, it has the ability to make your drink with the accurate number of calories that your diet requires. The main body of the appliance features a smart cartridge that can heat or cool the beverage.

0 Designer: Herman Haydin

No strainer, no problem.

No strainer, no problem.

The OneBowl is a hybrid design that allows you to cook, strain, eat and store all in one bowl! Let’s say you’re cooking pasta- rather than transfer to a strainer from the pan, put it directly in the OneBowl, twist the handle and voila! The water is release through the bottom while keeping your hands out of harms way. Then just cover and store!

0 Designer: Justin Herd

The External Green House

The External Green House

The Garden Pod has one big thing working in its favor – it utilizes the external walls of a dwelling rather than clamoring for space indoors. This modular green house is designed so that it can be fitted onto exteriors of a building and can take advantage of the natural energy sources. A handy app allows you to control the setting of the pod and also relays essential information such as which vegetable is ripe enough and how much compost is available.

0 Designer: Ovidiu Subțire

Balancing Bowls

Balancing Bowls

With meticulously-measured diets being all the rage, these balancing bowls/preparation boards are sure to be a hit with fitness buffs & healthy eaters alike! The 3D printed collection is designed to be customized to dietary requirements  & its simplistic form is dictated by the notion of having a balanced diet. Generated through a parametric model the bowls’ measurements are dictated by a user’s unique body mass index & activity level. They’re accompanied by an American ash chopping board which visually helps meal planning & can be turned over & used as a tray. It’s a beautiful approach to personalized healthy eating!

0 Designer: Annabelle Nichols

New Wave Minimalist Handle

New Wave Minimalist Handle

If you’re looking to give your kitchen or bathroom cabinets a minimalist facelift, then look no further than the Noma handle by Viefe! With a slim profile of just 1.2mm thick aluminum, it’s the next best thing to a built-in recessed handle and almost completely unnoticeable. Its elegant wave form is easy to grip with the fingertips and can be positioned on the sides or top depending on the users preference.

0 Designer: Viefe

Crazy About Concrete

Crazy About Concrete

The functionalities of these two different objects are pretty straightforward: one is a silverware organizer and one is a bedside table. But what really sets them apart is a unique material combination of fiber-concrete and raw wood that’s just plain beautiful! For it’s own foodie-flair, the table features one molded recess for a coffee mug and one for cutlery or napkins. Underneath, there’s even a tray-box to hide breakfast-in-bed when you’re finished!

0 Designer: Katerina Vagurina

New-wave Knife Block

New-wave Knife Block

The knife block and the cutting board: a kitchen combo essential  for master chefs and novice cooks alike. So why not combine the two? This hybrid solution does just that in a simplistic, sculptural design that enables fast, efficient cutting. It makes for a professional-looking countertop display and keeps your most commonly used items handy!

0 Designer: Jowan Baransi

A Wino's Wet Dream!

A Wino’s Wet Dream!

Introducing, Vinaera – the world’s first electronic wine and spirit aerator! You need only insert the aerator into the bottle, press the top button and voila! It will dispense fully aerated red wine. In seconds you can enjoy the complex aromas, full flavors and rich textures with a smooth, less acid finish in 30-40 minutes faster than a glass decanter. For spirits, the oxidation through large surface exposure to bubbles releases fused alchohols, making them less spicy and bitter. See it in action —>

0 Designer: Mercuries Asia Ltd.

Crazy for Cubespresso

Crazy for Cubespresso

If you’re a caffeine-head, then you want you coffee and you want it NOW… which is precisely what’s wrong with existing espresso capsule machines. Get in line! But not with Cubespresso. What’s great is that you can brew more than one cup at a time. What’s even better is that you can mix different flavors in one brew to create your own blends! Satisfy your impatience and never have to choose just one flavor again! DO WANT!

0 Designer: David Huang

Cutting Edge Knife

Cutting Edge Knife

Peter Dudas’ forged knife features an exclusive one piece construction resulting in perfect geometry and balance for optimal usage. The design improves cutting edge retention and lasting sharpness so it requires less maintenance and lasts longer between uses. Sharp no matter which way you slice it!

0 Designer: Peter Dudas

The Mono Effect

The Mono Effect

One of the biggest assets that The Mono Sink has is its minimal approach towards lines and bevels. The other highlight is that on the sink’s side there is an overflow, which, alongside with the outlet is designed to manage a maximum water flow rate without any problems. Crafted from Cristadur, an innovational material, the finishing of the sink is superb!

0 Designer: Aleksandr Mukomelov for Schock

Modular Cooktop

Modular Cooktop

CookPlat is conceived as a portable Pyrex vitroceramic cooker that uses magnetic induction technology. Designed to be modular, this cooker can be transported and used in just about any environment. Since it is a vitroceramic hob, the cooker directly heats up the utensil via a magnetic field and doesn’t use heating resistors (radiant heat).

0 Designers: Jokin Arregui & Monse Garcia for SeriesNemo