The Perfect Spy Light

The Perfect Spy Light

Memo is a high-tech, compact and lightweight flashlight that merges three devices into one- the flashlight, camera and projector. Designed for nighttime use, the inbuilt camera makes it possible to capture photos of the illuminated scene with the simple click of a button. The photos stored internally can then be projected back onto a surface through the built-in lens or uploaded to other devices via the retractable USB port.

0 Designer: Stephanie Liu

Facebook Your Broken Wings

Facebook Your Broken Wings

So you have a broken arm and the traditional way to cheer you up is to write a colorful message on the cast. But this is 2013 right! With the Comfort Cast you toss out the old and ring in the new! This cast integrates a social networking feature that allows family, friends and doctors to communicate in an innovative way. In the medical aspect of things, the air pressure of the plaster is adjusted by monitoring the state of the recovering arm and a fixed plastic cast is available to fit a variety of arm sizes.

0 Designer: Kyuho Song

Safer Bathtubs Are So Good!

Safer Bathtubs Are So Good!

Mat lined or not, the danger of slipping in bathtubs still remains the prime reason for bathroom accidents. One of the innovative ways thought out by designer Andras Suto is to apply a translucent elastic material on the edges of the bathtub. Thanks to the soft, plastic material the neck and the arms can comfortably rest on the edge of the Blando bathtub. A simple redesign where surfaces that have most contact with the human body has been changed, and this seems to be a good solution.

0 Designer: Andras Suto

Bonny Plant Lamp

Bonny Plant Lamp

The Fresh Lamp is a nice way to integrate lamps, plant care and unique décor. This is the digital age, so taking advantage of sensors and technology; the Fresh Lamp provides a safe haven for the plants. It helps you water and manure the plants optimally and the LED lamp works as a great mood setter. Simple and functional, it’s the way the green industry is going these days.

0 Designer: Chun Jiang Yao

Gran Turismo Trimaran

Gran Turismo Trimaran

Clemens Auer’s modern yacht design takes inspiration from almost the polar opposite: classic cars! This is most noticeable in the trimaran’s front half, where the wings are reminiscent of vintage fenders from the 1930s. Exquisite finishes and exaggerated features, including an abundance of wood detailing, square tail, drop top, and dramatic lines, reflect the era in an entirely new and fresh way. 

0 Designer: Clemens Auer

Apple, meet Lego!

Apple, meet Lego!

No matter how small Apple’s Lightning cable port might be, I still manage to get objects from my pocket lodged inside it! Here’s a clever, interactive solution that uses everyone’s favorite building-blocks to protect the device’s port and entertain the user. Each Lego in the Brick series adapts to the port, making your iPhone an integral part of your creation! Do want!

0 Designer: KBme2

Green Gateway

Green Gateway

The latest from Maxthreads Architectural Design and Planning, this proposal for the Taichung City Cultural Center serves as a cultural hub for visitors, locals, major community gatherings, tourism, and events. An expression of the city’s appreciation for the outdoors, the open architecture and green areas make it an intersection of nature and innovative tech.

0 Designer: Maxthreads

Constantly Upgraded Smartphone

Constantly Upgraded Smartphone

The tech industry is on an innovation overdrive, what’s fresh today gets obsolete within days. The loss belongs to the end consumer actually; we all felt the twinge when Apple introduced two new iPhones barely months apart. Its human nature to want the newer product, hence designer Francois Rybarczyk has a good solution for this: the XTRUD Concept Phone.

0 Designer: Francois Rybarczyk

The Bathing Sphere

The Bathing Sphere

While the lines between the bathing space and the bedroom are getting blurry by the day, its great to see how designers are modifying their approach towards the task of daily ablutions. We have here the Bathsphere, which is a glass-bubble kinda suspended sphere. It allows you to create your own mood and unwinding space. You can simulate rain; change the temperature inside the ball, humidity, light, sounds and even smells. Pretty awesome!

0 Designer: Alexander Zhukovsky

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