Dry in a Jiffy

Dry in a Jiffy

Continuing Dyson’s legacy of unlikely innovations, the Traveldryer utilizes the same digital pulse technology in a super-compact unit with a versatile range of uses. The easy-to-use dryer directs and circulates warm air to dry everyday objects that aren’t suitable for the clothes-dryer. Perfect for wet weather, simply place it in your soggy shoes or under a soaked umbrella for a quick dry and to keep items from mildewing.

0 Designer: Sebastien Genez

Scalene Seating

Scalene Seating

Though its aesthetic is complex, the AlterEgo chair was created rather simply with  a geometric repetition of a single triangle shape. The resulting structure is clean and symmetrical with an aggressive edge. Smooth beech wood and polished black surfaces bring sophistication and lightness to the design, perfectly contrasting its skeletal presence and bold, minimalist statement.

0 Designer: Albert Puig

Fraud-proof Credit Card

Fraud-proof Credit Card

For every code there exists a hack and the Credit Card industry is not immune to money frauds either. To stay a step ahead in the game, many companies are opting for IC chip cards instead of the ‘easily-duplicated- magnetic cards’. Hidden Card is a concept that where the CPU, operation system, memory area, and security algorithm are built into the IC chip card, so it can be used for a variety of purposes.

0 Designers: Various

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

A Classic, Reborn

A Classic, Reborn

Conceptualized to work singly or in a set of three, Dreizehngrad’s Industrial  Collection combines sleekly shaped hand‐blown crystal glass with the classic warmth of turned oak wood. With lines that contribute to geometrically straightforward forms, t he collectionego uses on the merging of the two materials as an expression of the classic industrial pendant.

0 Designer: dreizehngrad

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

Clever Office Supply

Clever Office Supply

The way children take to Toys R Us I take to stationery stores. Maybe this is why I am totally excited about the Comos, a compact and unique office supply tool. The ideal combination of a pen, a sharp pencil, a knife and a ruler that are magnetically held together! Comos relieves you of the need to carry an array of tools on the go; I like its simple design and the fact that the stationery is detachable, yet unified.

0 Designer: Gyeong-gyu Jeon

Clearly Cool

Clearly Cool

The Ghost watch earns its namesake for the completely clear material that composes the entire band. The flexible display reads the time in simple, minimal, dot-matrix style. Colorless and cool, it’s complimentary to almost any outfit. As for how it works… well, we’re not sure… no do we care as long as we can have one!

0 Designer: Simone Savini

Fiber Logic

Fiber Logic

Proposed for NYC’s historical Battery Park, the ALIS bench serves as both commodity and art. Lightweight & durable, the ergonomic sections are constructed through the process of renewable resource plastic injection molding, common in the structuring of urban playground equipment. Using unique “fiber logic” reinforcement, ALIS efficiently redistributes external forces through its composite skin system. As night falls, each section illuminates from within to reveal a beautiful web of the fibrous internal strands.

0 Designers: Various

A Flex Phone Would Be the Best Phone

A Flex Phone Would Be the Best Phone

The concept of smart-watches is hot right now, and even though there are a lot of designs floating around, none have kept us from thinking “yeah… but you still need a phone.” The Limbo, however, is quite different. It seems designer Jeabyun Yeon has discovered the missing link between our transition from handheld smartphones to smart-watches. Design-wise, the idea wasn’t to stray away from anything that might be remotely phone-like, but instead to merge the benefits of both. Why choose one when you can have both?!

0 Designer: Jeabyun Yeon

Surgical Precision Light

Surgical Precision Light

This ergonomically designed Medlite is unlike any surgical headset on the market. Comfort is vital during a long surgery where fatigue can affect performance, so rather than an over the head adjustable strap with large knobs, this design takes two side supports & contours over & around the head for both support & stability while distributing weight over a larger area. Additionally, a co-molded foam liner & removable Velcro strap make for easy cleaning without the additional cracks & seams of most headsets.

0 Designer: Bradley Ferrada

Futuristic Faucet

Futuristic Faucet

Clean, modern, and simple, the Duo faucet strikes a balance between functionality and style with its interactive appeal and smart shape. The design forms a half-ring over the sink, allowing the water to flow in a circular fashion to the center or sides depending on the desired temperature. Built-in red and blue LED lights indicate the temperature, changing as the user moves the sliding rings to adjust the temp.