What's Hidden in These Handlebars?

What’s Hidden in These Handlebars?

Coincidentally, I just finished a nighttime bike ride and totally needed my lights… only, they were stolen. It happens! If only my lights were built in and secured somehow. That’s precisely the idea behind MagVis. These handy bicycle grips have a built-in light and can be hidden in the hallow handlebar. When the bike isn’t in use, the lights are near invisible! They’re easily recharged with a USB cable so you’re always prepared. Genius!

0 Designer: Stilform

Unique Papercraft Art for Your Home

Unique Papercraft Art for Your Home

Papertrophy is clever twist on taxidermy inspired by classic game trophies but a whole lot more animal-friendly! Constructed from just paper and glue, the designs are shipped flat-pack and arrive ready for users to put them together following a simple number pattern. From a geometric gorilla to angular antlers, there are 7 different animals and 80 color options to choose from! Jump to the vid —>

0 Designer: Holger Hoffmann

A Sound Hub Like No Other

A Sound Hub Like No Other

The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Moment makes your music look as good as it sounds! It consists of two distinct parts: a base serving as an engine for access to digital libraries and a double-sided detachable interface. One side of the detached piece is a precise aluminum interface with delicate touchscreen where users can browse online catalogues, their favorite playlists and share their collection. The other uses intelligent Pattern Play for one-touch access to the sound experience that compliments their daily rhythm.

0 Designers: Various

The Power of Bamboo

The Power of Bamboo

Jordan Koroknai’s Bamboo Torch flashlight aims to reduce material waste with a more sustainable, ecological and financially beneficial solution… bamboo! The design utilizes bamboo’s natural cylinder shape which is perfect for housing components. Its tactile feel and natural antibacterial quality are a refreshing change to cheap, brightly colored plastics and metal. Jump to the vid!

0 Designer: Jordan Koroknai

One Mouthwatering Chair

One Mouthwatering Chair

In bright white and rainbow colors, Alex Petunin’s DP Chair almost looks like it’s got a candy-coated center. As versatile as it is vibrant, the design can be used in two distinct ways- as a lounge for leaning back or as a rocker. It’s colorful stoppers keep it in place and prevent users from rocking too far. As yummy as it looks, don’t bite. It’s all hand carved wood!

0 Designer: Alex Petunin

Glam Gadgets for Glamping

Glam Gadgets for Glamping

For those into Glamiping, this new concept called TOWER Portable Theater is just what you need. Designed as a module that fits in a mini projector and speakers, each of them are connected by magnets so that you can store them as a tower. The system features a DLP projector with a DMD chip that allows for high contrast range. The Hi-fi Bluetooth Speakers add the requisite punch to the package. Neat idea that can go a long way in the Glamping market!

0 Designer: Joongu Kim

The Thinking Remote

The Thinking Remote

NEEO is a revolutionary smart system that lets you control all your devices from one remote and even knows who you are when you pick it up! Two parts, the brain and the remote, work in tandem to control everything from your sound system to your TV and lights. With the NEEO app you can also harness the power of “the brain” using your smartphone! See it in action —>

0 Designer: NEEO Inc.

Walk and Roll

Walk and Roll

This ultra-utilitarian design is the ultimate in ambulatory aids. Designed for the elderly and anyone else with a walking disability, this sensible solution is foldable to transition from rollator/walker to a comfortable and portable seat. Whether at the destination or at a break along the way, users are sure to appreciate its practical dual functionality!

0 Designer: Parasuraman Kannan

Mighty Dot

Mighty Dot

The Dotdotdot is a device that helps the visually impaired to get around shopping without any trouble or dependency. Designed as a barcode scanner, the device tells the user the cost in Braille and additional information (product name, manufacturer name, weight or size, cost) by sound. By turning it on, the system automatically provides store layout information as well.

0 Designer: Woojin Chung

Knifing In Style

Knifing In Style

Inspired by the process of Marquetry, which gives its name to the project, The TWIN is a classy piece of tool to own. It’s the kind of tool that will add spice to any kitchen. Refined and unique in it’s own way; the knife inspires home chefs like me to get cooking! What do you say?

0 Designer: Quentin Salliot

The Chimney Effect

The Chimney Effect

The Chimney Lighting is a warm and ambient light that enhances its beauty with the help of Lycra. Inspired by the chimney and its color and soft feeling, the wooden handle features the form of a simplified chimney. The hole on the Handle has its reasons, for example it can be hung on a hook or at the end of the string from the ceiling. A leather strap on back face of lighting adds more analogue feeling into it. A neat style to integrate in a roomy space!

0 Designer: Donghyun Kim

More Than Lisa and Less Than iMac

More Than Lisa and Less Than iMac

I was never good at history lessons, however Steve Jobs has made it hard to forget the impact of the first desktop computer “Lisa”, showcased by Apple. Three decades later, we have seen the evolution of design translate to the current version of iMac, and it has none of the visible cues found on the original. CURVED/labs has made an attempt to bridge this gap with their concept “Lisa” inspired iMac Concept.

0 Designer: CURVED/labs

Have Wings, Will Fly!

Have Wings, Will Fly!

Love this &B laser beam light concept for bikes! It’s an amazing way to make your presence felt on the road and be safe. I find it creative innovation for branding as well; just look at the clever “I’m Loving It” tagline being showcased for the Mc Donald’s delivery bike. It really can’t get better than this!

0 Designer: Min Keun Kwon