Ambidextrous Chair

Ambidextrous Chair

If the name alone wasn’t a tip-off, just one look at the Kandinsky Chair would suggest that its striking form was inspired by the father of pure abstract painting, Wassily Kandinsky. The playful design plays with the user’s perception using altered points, line forms and most obviously a striking, mirrored reversal of the legs. Looks like something straight out of a Dr. Seuss book! Do want!

0 Designer: Tresenvespa

Back-To-Back Camera

Back-To-Back Camera

If you think one point-and-shoot is a shutterbug enough, imagine handling two of them at the same time! This is not the first time I am seeing designers dabble with the thought of having two cameras married into one, so that the user can capture two different views at one go. I guess this takes panorama pictures a step ahead. Maybe marry it with some 3-D augmentation and we have a deal! Canon, are you listening?

0 Designer: Choi Giuk

Lighting Gone Green

Lighting Gone Green

The latest in a trend of plant lamps (or as I like to call them “plamps”), the Green Lamp features a lattice shade and neck that stems directly out of a soil pot. Plant your favorite vine and watch it creep up to create an organic leaf shade you can trim yourself. A little shabby chic but I kinda love it. Bet you never thought your lamp would need sun!

0 Designer: Siesta

Hot Drop Speakers

Hot Drop Speakers

Inspired by the moment when a droplet hits water to create a ripple effect, designer Vincent Säll saw a connection between this visible phenomenon & sound waves – the result being the Drop the Beat speakers. Deep huh?! The ceiling-mounted design provides unrestrained, multidirectional sound that resonates through a natural cone shape within a cylindrical body. Designed with a touch of Scandinavian minimalism, they’re not instantly recognizable as speakers, giving them a bit of mystery until crystal clear audio is heard.

0 Designer: Vincent Säll

Dehumidifier Planter Pyramid

Dehumidifier Planter Pyramid

All it takes is a quick image search to find out just how UGLY dehumidifiers are. For whatever reason, they’re just one of those objects that haven’t gotten around to being aesthetically in check. This concept aims to make the device less offensive by redesigning the shape into a unique pyramid shape that not only collects water, but distributes it to the soil in an integrated planter. It’s a nice looking, modern and multifunctional alternative to those outdated designs.

0 Designer: Adam Malone

Enhancing Mobility

Enhancing Mobility

The Fractal Machine was designed to help those with mobile disabilities participate in anaerobic and aerobic exercises as well as those who have a need to rapidly adapt to using a wheelchair. Attachable to almost any standard wheelchair, the unit offers resistance training that focuses on work muscles in the upper body to condition and build the muscles that are used most often. It’s a great fitness solution for athletes and casual users alike.

0 Designer: Wilmer Montiel

The Tor of Pizza

The Tor of Pizza

It takes to be on the other side of the fence to understand the importance of piping hot food. I work from home so I never have to face the challenge of eating a rubbery pizza just because it went cold during lunch delivery. Maybe this is why the Tower Food Warmer focuses on meals like pizza along with healthy options like salad for keeping warm and fresh. The design takes into consideration a clever locking system so that the food compartments don’t open hastily and thus create a mess.

0 Designer: Haimo Bao

Close, But Not What You Might Think

Close, But Not What You Might Think

Folderfolder takes inspiration from the universally recognizable symbol of organization, the file folder. While most folders are made of dispensable stock paper, the design stands out in leather with an elegant stitch border, indicating its special use. It opens to reveal blank note pages and a nifty pocket for storing other documents and also features an open loop at the tab for keeping a pen handy. It’s easy to refill and durable enough that you’ll keep it forever.

0 Designer: Yongjin Kim

Furniture for Plants

Furniture for Plants

The inspiration behind the O furniture series came from our human tendency to sporadically place plants and pots at home and was crafted with a top surface perfect for containing these plants. The shallow, sunken top is lined with handcrafted ceramic vessels of different size, balancing and softening the rigid geometry of the console and credenza. Maybe you’re not a fan of indoor plants- the unique structure offers an unusual way of storing a multitude of items from books to knick knacks.

0 Designer: JiB Design Studio

The Computer Phone Is Here

The Computer Phone Is Here

What I like about the TPM VIPNI Concept P.C.P. Professional Computer Phone is that the concept is not ‘inspired’ by any existing design. Moreover it features components and aspects that are envisioned with existing and available technologies. Essentially this means you can build this powerhouse of a Pocket Computer Phone, right away!

0 Designer: Thepowermachines

Go!SCAN With Innovation!

Go!SCAN With Innovation!

Go!SCAN 3D is the latest innovation in white light 3D scanning; promising to be the easiest and fastest 3D scanning experience ever. The scanner comes with three key functions termed as TRUsimplicity, TRUportability and TRUaccuracy. The scanner is an able tool for designers and is fitted with innovative LED technology. The key features are elucidated after the jump.

0 Designer: Creaform [ Available Here ]

Bowlgami

Bowlgami

You don’t usually think of the most basic of items as having potential or the necessity of being modular (especially when it’s something as simple as a bowl) but here’s a design that works. Inspired by a type of origami that uses a modular system to create various, infinite forms, the Modular Bowl can be customized to any size simply by combining triangular units. Perfect for modern spaces, the multifaceted segments create a striking geometric visual that’s distinct from other platters and presentation bowls.

0 Designer: Laura Fernandez

Super Smart Bike Sharing

Super Smart Bike Sharing

This ingenious bike sharing system, designed specifically for the city of Seoul, focuses on the problem of parking capacity in the urban environment where limited space is available. The minimal T-Bikes are contained in vending machine-like, compact modular stations that can be easily relocated to popular areas or even transported as a permanent installation on a truck for mobile delivery. Simply locate and check out bikes directly from a smartphone!

0 Designer: Jung Tak