Table for Two (or six!)

Table for Two (or six!)

As one of the most important gathering place in the home, the kitchen table has historically served just two functions: a place for eating and working. The Table for Two aims to make transitioning between the two tasks easy by utilizing a series of folds. In seconds it changes from a basic dining table that accommodates six to a complete workstation for two fit with drawers and all! Check out the vid to see the transformation!

0 Designer: Daniel Liss

A Smoke Free World

A Smoke Free World

Designed with both smokers and non-smokers in mind, the Spiro system aims to provide a quick use shelter for those who want to smoke without disturbing others. Its high tech filtration system and functional shape create an invisible curtain around the user, preventing second-hand smoke from entering public areas. Without walls, it’s easier to move in and out of and makes responsible smoking less of a chore for those who enjoy their ciggies. 

0 Designer: Csaba Kálmán

Barrier-free Bathing

Barrier-free Bathing

The collapsible side rungs of the Barrier Free Bathtub, makes it easier for the silver generation to use it. A conveniently placed sliding switch raises or lowers the tub walls. After a certain age or due to movement restrictions, many people have had to give up their long soaks, hopefully designs like this can bring back the pleasure of a warm bath in their lives.

0 Designer: Chen An

What SaY?

What SaY?

The SaY mobile phone was designed quite a while back but somehow the design looks still fresh and in sync with today’s needs. Right from the colors to the angles, the use of a rubberized body in contrasted with a slightly angled glossy keypad that fits perfectly in the talking position; everything is relevant to date. The camera and a pair of stereo speakers are arranged in a graphical and eye-catching fashion. Strikingly modern, yet rustic!

0 Designers: Simon Yan and Jose M Perez

The Ultimate Lux Sub

The Ultimate Lux Sub

The MIGALOO private submarine transforms the stereotypical industrial style of submersibles into a lavish private vessel fit for a king. It offers a state-of-the-art luxury experience (including a pool and ample deck space) of similar sized super-yachts with the added benefit of submerging to travel or stay underneath the water for complete privacy. When it comes to having the flashiest yacht, this one sinks the competition!

0 Designer: motion code: blue

Drifting Lights

Drifting Lights

This dreamy collection of lamps, called DRIFT, takes inspiration from the classic ship’s hull, transforming the iconic shape into a functional lamp with a subtle nautical aesthetic. The overlapping planks of raw oak and bangkirai wood form elegant, fluctuating lines bordered by a contrasting plain of warm light. The upside-down hulls inspire the imagination and are sure to be a conversation starter when they’re recognized not just as beautiful pendants, but ships adrift in the open air of your favorite room.

0 Designer: Valentin Loellmann

Stealth Pavillion

Stealth Pavillion

The Stealth Pavillion is based on the concept of heterotopia, which describes spaces of “otherness” that are neither here nor there, simultaneously physical & mental, such as the space of a phone call or the moment when you see yourself in the mirror. To express this complexity, the exterior of the design takes inspiration from the radar-reflective form of the F-117 Stealth fighter. The simple, warm wooden interior with fire-pit contrasts this to create a feeling of isolation despite the pavilion being open-aired.

0 Designer: Paul Segers

Significantly Bombata

Significantly Bombata

Typically, laptop bags and briefcases are too “serious” and anonymous. Infusing fun, fashion and exclusive flair, the Bombata Collection marries designer Fabio Guidoni’s technical expertise with his fashion sensibilities. Armed with a technical – mechanical design degree, this fashion protégée brings in the swag to boring bags! Super Bombastic I tell ya!

0 Designer: Fabio Guidoni [ Buy it Here ]

Pond Recycling

Pond Recycling

Ponding is a washbasin that allows you to recycle the basin water in a much easier manner. A strategically placed jug right below the basin is what does the trick. The concept of reusing greywater has been around for a while and its interesting to note the different solutions that the designers come up with.

0 Designer: Tae-jin Kim & Design Team-IIDEA

Very Clear, It’s Blood

Very Clear, It’s Blood

With the IBB Blood Transfusion Packs there will be no room for error while administering blood to those who need it. The packaging makes it almost impossible for you to make a mistake, because the letters A, B, or O appear prominently when the bag is filled with blood. Every part of the bags except the letters is translucent and this is what makes it distinctive.

0 Designers: Lee Hye Jung, Kim Byung Soo, Chae Ju Eun & Kim Bo Mi

The Skinny on Stone

The Skinny on Stone

Piero Lissoni’s DRITTO collection of side, coffee and dining tables for Salvatori blur the line between the material limitations of minimalism. The tables achieve a bold, substantial aesthetic by using ultra-thin slabs of carrara marble as well as post-recycled pietra d’avola and lithoverde stone, but each maintains a sense of lightness from the sheer thinness of the tops complimented by simple, geometric frames. Now you can get that raw, stone finished look without the aesthetic and physical heaviness of large slabs.

0 Designer: Piero Lissoni for Salvatori

Backpack Body Fusion

Backpack Body Fusion

Ok, so if you turn it around it would sorta look like one of those pregnancy simulators… but it’s because of these natural curves that the Fusion Ultimate Black backpack is so darn comfortable! The ergonomic design follows the natural curvature of the body to make it flexible, comfortable, aerodynamic and easy to wear for longer periods of time. In full grain calf leather it’s also durable enough to take almost anywhere.

0 Designer: Jérôme Olivet

100 Years of BMW

100 Years of BMW

Designed for the year 2017, the BMW Rapp concept is a celebration of the brand’s century-long history, paying tribute to Beemer’s founding mechanical engineer, Karl Friedrich Rapp. The concept attempts to capture the most prominent design features across different models over the years such as the under-angled front grill, reverse doors, and high position tailpipes… rolling them into a single 2-door roadster with a hybrid aesthetic of retro and modern style.

0 Designer: Dejan Hristov