Virtual Shopping

Virtual Shopping

The Future hunter-gatherer’ is a device that quite literally gets you to start cooking with a virtual hunt in your kitchen. Allow me to explain; this is a device that recreates a holographic experience of sourcing ingredients, right in your kitchen. You can shop from a holographic supermarket or a fish market and get food delivered to your doorstep.

0 Designer: Pan Wang

Transitional Training Bike

Transitional Training Bike

Just like clothes and shoes, the average children’s bike must be replaced as little ones get bigger, but Miilo is a training cycle that grows up with the kid that rides it! After they’ve mastered the basics and grown taller, simply disassemble the frame and flip it upside down to create a more suitable ride for their new skills and size. The other essential components are also extendable, making it easy to convert from a tike-size trainer to single-gear in a flash. Better yet, kids will have more confidence riding the “same” bike they’ve been accustomed to!

0 Designer: Andreas Bhend

A Mighty Mini Mixer

A Mighty Mini Mixer

The compact Mirex food mixer was designed to combat decreasing kitchen sizes within the home. Despite its small size, the mixing bowl retains a substantial four liters thanks to a unique combination of compact pancake motor and novel pulley system to drive two linear whisks. This allows for a vertical, slim silhouette and overall size reduction that save valuable counter space and make storing away easy.

0 Designer: Liam Stansfield

Contemporary Cast Iron Cookware

Contemporary Cast Iron Cookware

Joshua Court’s stackable series of modern cast iron pots and pans are for the space-concious cook who doesn’t want to compromise on quality. The strong, durable ceramic handles are suitable for any heat source & the full range includes a tagine & pestle & mortar in the same minimal aesthetic. Using materials & processes from the designer’s local Sheffield, the ceramic handles are slip cast, silicone inserts are silicone cast &pans are sand casted before being fettled to provide a rough grainy finish & uniform aesthetic carried across the concept.

0 Designer: Joshua Court

Travel Buddy

Travel Buddy

One of the best ways to use the Fabric Assistances is when you travel. The device not only cleans and deodorizes your clothes, it also irons them. The appliance features an intelligent charging station that also includes a dispensing unit. One of the two chambers is for water, and the other is for deodorizing cleaning fluid.

0 Designer: Selin Koşağan

The Ball Boy

The Ball Boy

To make things more efficient around the Tennis Court, we have here the Tennis Ball Boy, an automated ball collector. The good news is that it efficiently picks up the tennis balls from the court and the bad news is that you won’t be able to apply for the Ball Boy position at the Wimbledon anymore!

0 Designers: Yunjo Yu and Seonghyun Kim

Not Your Mama's Washer-Dryer

Not Your Mama’s Washer-Dryer

Annie is a bedraggled bachelor’s best friend! It’s almost half the size of standard washing machines and completely portable, making it perfect for a small studio or other compact living spaces. Despite its diminutive size, it packs a powerful punch to get the dirt and grime out of clothes. Better yet- clean, dry clothes are automatically deposited into a built-in basket that’s easily removed and transported to put away fresh laundry. Laziness is no excuse when it’s this easy!

0 Designer: Sakher Abushammala

This'll Make You Say Duh-mbrella

This’ll Make You Say “Duh-mbrella”

The Illuminate Umbrella is proof that opposites really do attract! The clever design combines two unlikely objects into one highly functional product that will simultaneously keep you dry and light your way. Particularly useful at night or in moments of low visibility, the design’s integrated LEDs are automatically activated when rain is detected. It’s not only useful for illuminating your path, but also for increasing your safety by making you more visible to cars and other pedestrians. Genius!

0 Designer: Yasmin Stewart

3D GPS for the Blind

3D GPS for the Blind

Discover is a handheld navigation tool designed for the blind that goes beyond the limitations of Braille maps, allowing users to “feel” their surroundings. Using pin-screen impression technology (similar to that of pin-art toys popularized in the 1980s), the user can touch the immediate topography to gauge everything from buildings to cars and other objects around them. GPS, tactile 3D maps and location tagging make it the ultimate nav for those who can’t rely on sight.

0 Designer: Jorge Alberto Treviño Blanco

The Utility Pole Dance

The Utility Pole Dance

Electric cables and wires can get messy around the utility poles, posing a fire hazard. To ensure that the cables stay streamlined and accountable, the Doughnut Pole offers a great solution. Designed like a sleek organizer that even prevents birds from nesting on poles, we can totally see this being the next safe thang to be used.

0 Designer: Jun Young Park

Together at Last!

Together at Last!

There’s nothing worse than an awkwardly quiet dinner! On that note, there’s nothing that will kill the aesthetic vibe of a room quicker than ugly electronics. As you might have guessed from the name, the Soundlight is the answer to these woes! It provides both ambient light and music by using a slim 360 degree speaker built directly in to the shell of the minimal pendant. Seamless and effective, it’s the perfect way to subtly set the mood for dinner!

0 Designer: Cheng Tai

The Maker of Morning People

The Maker of Morning People

The Barisieur is an alarm clock that will wake you up with a bespoke cup of coffee right when you need it most. It challenges all 5 senses, easing the user into the day with the subtle movement of stainless steel ball bearings that boil water via induction heating, accompanied by the smell of freshly brewed coffee or tea. Nightly prep encourages a “ritual” before bed, signaling the body & mind that it’s time to unwind and that there’s something to look forward to in the morning! Better yet, it makes for a stunningly beautiful bedside piece. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Joshua Renouf

Industrial Chic-wear

Industrial Chic-wear

The Clamp Series of customizable rings by Drilling Lab translates factory aesthetic into fashion accessory! The designs are produced in a traditional Taiwan factory and stay true to the construction technique of the original hardware. The only difference is 3 fashionable finishes in matte black, gold, and silver. In two distinct designs, one with a visible screw and one without, you can mix, match, and size to your liking!

0 Designer: Drilling Lab