Sit, Swivel, Store

Sit, Swivel, Store

Popo and Popolino chairs by Andrej Čverha merge seating and storage for multifunctional seating solutions that are as convenient as they are comfortable. With built-in bucket-stye bases, they keep magazines, remotes, or anything else within reach. Both practical and playful, the designs’ aesthetic is complimented by a pop of color that directs the eye to the functional base.

0 Designer: Andrej Čverha

Print-on-Demand Bicycle

Print-on-Demand Bicycle

For maximum efficiency and economic sensibility, the Luna Bicycle features 3D-printed components mixed with off-the-shelf parts. The design’s printed pieces include a nylon frame, front fork as well as handle bars… making them easy and affordable to replace. The unique hexagonal form of the frame structure gives it incredible strength while still being light. Better yet, because components are 3D printed, they can be color customized or mixed and matched for a look that’s entirely unique!

0 Designer: Omer Sagiv

LoFi Lighting

LoFi Lighting

The GloFi Moodlight is so named for its unique light system and minimal, industrial style achieved through a combination of machined ABS, aluminum, lasercut windows, silicone gaskets and simple socket screws. A ring of RGB leds provide playful contrast to this aesthetic by cycling through a rainbow of colors that set the mood. Get it here!

0 Designer: Renan Ramadan

Sexy In Leather

Sexy In Leather

From all the choices of materials available to craft a phone from, leather would be my least expected choice! Aluminum, steel, plastic, rubber, silicone, glass … this conceptual Leather Phone takes the cake. I love it and can only imagine how all the hardware will be fitted into the cover. All we know is that it is designed to be extremely durable and flexible.

0 Designer: Phone Designer [ Jonas Dähnert ]

It’s a Harley Davidson Camera!

It’s a Harley Davidson Camera!

As support business, we have seen many automotive companies take to product design and fashion to expand their horizons. It comes as no surprise that someone would put Harley Davidson under the scanner and team it up to a camera. So, this is the result of the “decoding” mission – using the brand’s DNA to imagine what a camera would look like, if Harley Davidson were to produce them.

0 Designer: David Bull

Samsung's Memory Master Phone

Samsung’s Memory Master Phone

The Samsung S Guardian concept is similar to the brand’s Galaxy Note Edge but exhibits a couple of standout features that mean big enhancement. The first is a double-sided curved display with dual sidebars that come in handy for both righties and lefties. The second is portable external USB 3.0 memory for easy transfer of your work or other data between home and the office. The phone still operates with the external memory removed, so your calls, messages and emails are never interrupted!

0 Designer: Mladen Milic

Get Your Act Together

Get Your Act Together

These three minimal yet multifunctional organization products from Modko aim to make our daily routines easier as they relate to our digital devices. One, the Jack Headphone Stand, allows one to hang headphones, conceal cords and dock phones. The next, called Stash Catchall, is a sculptural bowl designed to organize change, keys, wallet and anything else that goes in or out of your pocket. Last, the Tuck Device Rack is tailored to accommodate laptops and tablets, keeping them out of harms way while they charge.

0 Designer: Modko

Put A Spin On It

Put A Spin On It

Spinner is a compact phone that measures only 4.7inches and is 7mm thin. Constructed out of aluminum and plastics, the main focus of the design is on the clean interface and camera module, which can be rotated. In a day and age where we have both front and back cameras, it might seem redundant to spinner, however let’s humor the design and factor in cost reduction, better resolution and output from it. What do you guys say?

0 Designer: Phone Designer [ Jonas Dähnert ]

In Case Of Fire – Get Air Pocket

In Case Of Fire – Get Air Pocket

One of the main causes of death during a fire-related emergency is not burns but asphyxiations from gas. The Air Pocket is a device that purifies the air by processing the poisonous air and converting it to safe-to-breathe air. The rescue team simply needs to throw in a bunch of the Air Pocket balls and let them do their job!

0 Designers: Seam Lee and Young Jo In

The Mighty Powerful Leaf

The Mighty Powerful Leaf

Inspired by the process of photosynthesis and the ability of leaves to make food for the plant, designer duo Hyosang Pak and Dongseong Jeong have designed this sweet Leaf-shaped Solar Charger for mobile phones. The solar cells are placed on one surface of the leaf and this side sticks to the window glass to soak in the sun. Once charges, simply pull the ‘leaf’ and latch it onto the back of your dying phone and juice it up.

0 Designers: Hyosang Pak and Dongseong Jeong

Let’s Bottle It Up!

Let’s Bottle It Up!

The Balloon Plug is a great bottle cap that is versatile enough to fit any bottle. It has a very special way of sealing the neck and opens only when you release the special valve. Take a look at the renders to see how beautifully it works and can be adapted to different caliber bottles.

0 Designers: Xu Hao, Zhao Xin, Wu Chengyang and Lin Zihan

Senior Phones

Senior Phones

With a name like “No hint will be lost on a kindred spirit”, you’d expect me to write a poem or an essay, but I’m actually going to write about an easy-to-use phone and communication system that is designed for the older generation. Besides being this really cool bracelet, the device monitors the health and mood of the wearer. It can be used as an effective communication tool that helps people stay in touch, and keep an eye on their health at one go.

0 Designers: Various

Safer With The City Firefly

Safer With The City Firefly

Designed as a bicycle chain lock system, the City Firefly doubles up as a safety gear for cyclists. Blending fashion with functionality is clever and what makes this concept stand out is the ease with which one can move from one space to the other. According to the designers, the concept was “inspired by fireflies, which use their flashing lights to signal and warn of danger in a beautiful way.”

0 Designers: Takeshima Kazuyoshi and Uchima Rosa for TBWA, HAKUHODO