The Safety Razor, Redesigned

The Safety Razor, Redesigned

Machined from aircraft grade materials, Standard Razors are geometrically crafted for a smooth, ultra-close shave. Utilizing the tried-and-true, widely available, and inexpensive double-edged blade, they provide a classic shaving experience, taken to the next level.

0 Designer: Standard Razors

What does music mean to you?

What does music mean to you?

This was the question asked to the young participants of the competition run by Bang & Olufsen. To designers Sam Whyman & Andrew Guscott, it meant the B&O A9 – Weekender Edition. This beautiful speaker focuses on personal time, which is a luxury these days. The purpose of the design is to make you appreciate the details like the melody of the song you are listening to and of course your environment.

0 Designers: Sam Whyman & Andrew Guscott

Squeaky Clean Teeth

Squeaky Clean Teeth

There should be more to children’s toothbrushes that just cartoon figures, toy shapes and colors. Brushing teeth correctly is important and as a parent of two kids, I know the pain of getting it done right. Cavities are a worry and so are the tarter, I guess the best way to entice them to brush correctly will be to give them something fun and interactive like the Orgel.

0 Designer: Jeong Shin Yoon

The Story of MVMT Watches

The Story of MVMT Watches

It took me to an encounter with the MVMT Watch to understand that owning a high quality watch need not burn a hole in my pocket. Now I am not talking like a seasoned haute horology investor, but like a person who appreciates a well designed watch, crafted from quality materials and finds them within my reach. The MVMT Watches stem from the desire of young entrepreneurs and watch enthusiasts who wanted to “cut out the brand inflation” without compromising on the quality.

0 Designer: MVMT [ Buy it Here ]

A Twist on the Toaster

A Twist on the Toaster

If there is one name in the audio/video industry which personifies innovation, it’s Bang & Olufsen. But what if the brand delivered not just high-end entertainment products, but everyday appliance as well? Berk Kaplan explores what that might look and function like with this modern twist on the toaster. Premium materials, compact size, and full automation bring the design language of the luxury brand to an alternative vision of the modern appliance. Catch the vid to see how it works!

0 Designer: Berk Kaplan

A Rocking Horse With Roots

A Rocking Horse With Roots

Sitting itself is kinda boring, but design shouldn’t be… it should be fun! That’s the philosophy behind this modern interpretation of the classic Panton chair. To  preserving the timeless character of the chair, the designers have avoided decorating it arbitrarily. The chair becomes an integral part of the design, as it would have been intended as a rocking horse by Panton in 1959. Original materials of the chair combined with locally grown wood, (in contrast to the dark fabric & metal) communicate elegance & lightness.

0 Designers: Various

Eating With Benefeat

Eating With Benefeat

Benefeat looks like any regular tableware, but is specifically designed to eliminate the social stigma related to adults with cerebral palsy and when they dine with others. Five dinnerware have been designed for this, the first is bowl with an inclined inner base, the second is a plate that is inclined above a flat base, next is a cup with a straw insert, the fourth is a spoon with an adjusted angle and finally an anti-slip placemat.

0 Designers: I-Ting Chan & Ting-Yin Yeh

Audi Awesomeness

Audi Awesomeness

The Audi Concept Projector is all about incorporating the Audi DNA into the design. The highlight of course is the Audi grille design wind hole of the projector. Very masculine and vibrant, even the smart start button has picked up influences from the car.

0 Designer: Kyuho Song

Looking Forward to Summer Style

Looking Forward to Summer Style

Winter just started, but now’s a gooda’ time as any to start daydreaming about warmer weather! Let the Yellow Summer series of table and chairs inspire your imagination. Made of galvanized steel and seaworthy fabric-clad cushions, the design is weatherproof for outdoor use. In sunshine yellow, it’s easy to imagine yourself enjoying lemonade, watermelon and fresh flowers ’round the table with friends!

0 Designer: Julia Kononenko

Sculptural Seating

Sculptural Seating

Influenced by Noguchi’s philosophy in which “everything is sculpture,” the Poise chair inspires the user to see what they’d like in its abstract form. With natural, flowing curves and refined materials of solid oak and genuine kudu leather, the chair’s design embodies the word, poise.

0 Designer: Louw Roets

The desk you didn't know you needed.

The desk you didn’t know you needed.

Sorry, I’m about to spoil your mind… Whether you’re a hardcore gamer, work from home-er, or really just anybody who owns a laptop… you gotta have the Slate Mobile AirDesk! It’s not only the comfiest way to do lap work, but the most effective in preventing your computer (and you) from getting too hot. There’s even a mousepad and place to dock your phone. DO WANT! Now check out the vid after the jump!

0 Designer: Nathan Mummert

Movinkler, Say What?

Movinkler, Say What?

Yes, Movinkler! A self-adjusting fire sprinkler system that is simpler, smarter, and safer than most existing models. The design features a heat-detection camera and capacity for movement. Addressing existing issues like not operating until they reach a certain temperature, not functioning properly on dead spots and not controlling the water usage, the Movinkler offers solutions that seem acceptable.

0 Designer: Jin seon Lee

Tick Tock Message Spot

Tick Tock Message Spot

The Little Note Clock is simply ingenious! So simple, in fact, it’ll make you say “duh, why didn’t I think of that!” The only thing different between this and your average wall clock is its face made of dry erase board. Users can scribble anything from notes to numbers or doodles to reminders. Best of all, no two are just alike once you’ve added your own touch to it!

0 Designer: Tim Defleur