Sustainable Milk Flask

Sustainable Milk Flask

Flasso is specifically intended for countries like India, where milk is usually sold in packaged plastic bags. Glass milk bottles are redundant here and the Tetra Pak varieties are too expensive. The Flasso is basically a milk flask designed eliminate the need of transferring the milk from the pouch to a utensil and then heating it. Easy to manufacture, distribute, maintain and use, this bottle flask will keep the milk fresh and hopefully curb tampering as well.

0 Designer: Subinay Malhotra

The E-Seasoner

The E-Seasoner

The E-Seasoner is an innovative Willy-Wonka-style gadget… only for spices instead of gobstoppers! At the top, various spices are sectioned in separate containers. Simply input your desired combination and the device will do the mixing and dispense a single strip of the combination which can then be thrown in a pan or food mixture to flavor. Great for camping or lunch on the run, the user can take spice combinations for meals without carrying around a bunch of different jars!

0 Designers: Chikuai, Wudengxin, Huangshu

A simple way to make crushed ice

A simple way to make crushed ice

Fine crushed ice is reserved for those with a fancy in-door refrigerator dispenser, right? Wrong! This hand-held ice crusher works by manually twisting each end to activate the internal crushing components. Small enough to throw in a drawer, now anyone can have flaky ice to add an aesthetic and textural effect to beverages!

0 Designer: Jeroen van der Liende

How Toxic Are You?

How Toxic Are You?

With the current GMO outcry, it is important that we ensure that what we are eating is nutritious and not the opposite. Nurtima is a kitchen scale that calculates the nutritional values, possible toxins and freshness of your food and ingredients. The scale combines piezoelectricity with smart and flexible technologies, and is charged by bending repeatedly. This action creates enough electric charge for the scale to operate for the duration required.

0 Designer: Janne Palovuori

Functional Sculpture of Caffeinated Bliss!

Functional Sculpture of Caffeinated Bliss!

No matter what time of year, there’s only one way I like my coffee… ICE COLD! But making a good iced coffee yourself is difficult given that a fresh brew is always hot, watering down the ice before you have a chance to enjoy. That was then, this is now! The Coffee Extract Tower is a sculptural, functional slow-drip coffee system that works overnight to create a concentrated coffee with an entirely different chemical profile than hot coffee that’s perfect for throwing over ice! See it in action—>

0 Designer: Kitbashive

The Teapot Redefined

The Teapot Redefined

It’s not at all what you imagine a teapot looking like, and that’s exactly what’s so cool about the Quattro! The vertical, rectangular design makes pouring and transporting a cinch thanks to its beautifully simple, yet highly functional handle that also acts as a base. Just tip it to poor, or reverse the base to the upwards position to carry it around!

0 Designer: Snezana Jeremic

Totem Part Two

Totem Part Two

A new twist to the old Stackable Cup, this new Tilt Cup has a clipped edge that enhances drying. When you place the glass upside down, the water trickles and drains out through the gap created by the clipped edge. The tilted angle also enhances the weight balance so the cup can stand up by itself when overturned. I think this will work!

0 Designer: Huang Shi-hao

No More Pesticide Food

No More Pesticide Food

ECO Washing Balls are sensor driven balls that move in the bowl of water, ridding your fruits and vegetables from harmful pesticides. I am all in support of this kind of innovation; just two days ago I read a news report about some school children that succumbed to pesticide-laced food. Simple dishwashing and running water are not enough, either we stop using these harmful chemicals of get the industry to come out with such innovations. What do you say?

0 Designer: Yeonjin Jo

Salt Shaker With A Difference

Salt Shaker With A Difference

Most of us are guilty of sprinkling generous amounts of salt over our food, especially when we have intake restrictions. Mamma is a saltshaker with a difference. It has an integrated spoon-like lip with markings that lets you know how much salt you are going to sprinkle on the food. The main aim of this project is to reduce the intake of salt. The video explains it how…

0 Designer: Soohun Jung

Subtle Sensory Feedback Through Food

Subtle Sensory Feedback Through Food

The Double Contrast Glass, Jug, Hob Guard, Plate B, Mug, Cutlery and Chopping Board with Chopping Knife are all a part of the Leaven Range of Cutlery And Kitchen Tools for a person who is suffering from partial or full sight loss. Essentially the range is very interactive and with subtle hints and indentations is able to provide sensory feedback to the user. With the intention of making the dining experience more confident and fulfilling, I think designer Simon Kinneir has addressed and resolved quite a few key issues.

0 Designer: Simon Kinneir

For Future Foodies!

For Future Foodies!

Chewp  is a playful series of kitchen tools for parents and children designed to raise awareness about healthy eating and good nutrition. The included educational material provides activities and recipes for healthy eating, all of which utilize the set of colorful, safe-to-use utensils. More effective than learning to count calories look at the food triangle, the immersive experience ensures kids retain the information while having fun in the kitchen!

0 Designer: Bat Chen Grayevsky

Room Division Done Right

Room Division Done Right

As urban living faces space challenges, this design team has a good solution to make most of the limited carpet area that your home may have. Cook&Bath is a clever construction and room division that allows you to make the most of the space restrictions. In a way, it eliminates an entire wall and uses a centralized bathroom-shower space as the room division. An interesting way to demark the kitchen, living and bedroom space!

0 Designers: Roy Benjamin, Verdu Pierre & Denat Alexandra

Tea at any age!

Tea at any age!

Face it now- one day you’ll be old and shaky! When that happens, you’ll be loving the Due Kettle. Unlike conventional kettles that are hard on the wrist, the design features dual handles that help sturdy your grip. Additionally, its spring-loaded lid assists the user in opening the spout, making it even easier to pour.

0 Designer: Nur Yıldırım