Rock it Modern Style

Rock it Modern Style

Designer Seden Craig said it best- “this ain’t your granddaddy’s rocking chair!” The skeletal design was inspired by slatted furniture as well as topography models making it a unique, modern twist on the conventional rocker that’s defined by linear wood slides contrasted with a white facade on top. It’s an interesting alternative to both the outdoor adirondack or indoor rocker.

0 Designer: Seden Craig

High Chair that Grows Up Too

High Chair that Grows Up Too

The Froc high chair was designed with growing kids in mind, adjusting in just 3 simple steps (footrest, seat, and backrest) to accommodate children from the age of 6 months up to 10 years old. The adaptable design grows with kids, so there’s no need to endlessly replace chairs that become too small. The super-solid design also offers superior stability, focusing the center of gravity at the seat so kids and wiggle all they want!

0 Designer: Rimarket & Gigodesign

The Light With A Sweet Spot

The Light With A Sweet Spot

Say hello to Spot! Here is a multipurpose light that can be hung, hand-held, or simply placed on a surface. Imagine using it as a torch, desk lamp, ambient light, or wall light. Inspired by the functionality and versatility of industrial work lights, this adaptive light looks sexy just any place.

0 Designers: Gloria Ngiam, Nigel Geh & Guillaume Bloget

Generation X

Generation X

The Gear – X Watch Concept is a take on retro steampunk styling. I love it for its skeletonized dial that showcases the movement so aptly. Designed as a unisex watch, I can imagine it being worn by me more than my husband. The ample dial and case size is perfect and it’s definitely worth seeing how a manufacture would develop this watch’s movement.

0 Designer: Karan Singh Gandhi

OMG, Yes Another iPhone 6 Concept Phone!

OMG, Yes Another iPhone 6 Concept Phone!

By now Jony Ive and his brigade must be having a good laugh at the number of iPhone 6 concepts doing the rounds. But I must admit that with each passing new idea, the designing and aspects are getting refined and eloquent. Who knows one of these may trigger an inspiration for Ive! Specs for this new idea include straight sides with chrome accents, upper and lower angles curved with grainy texture and gloss finish.

0 Designer: Abel Verdezoto I

Need For Speed

Need For Speed

Two-wheelers have their fancy appeal and I for one love the ride. The FREERIDE E-SPEED Electric Scooter Concept is essentially a motorcycle idea in a scooter’s architecture. The bike gives the vibe of a hyped up sports scooter in KISKA-KTM design. Redefining urban mobility, the bike is light and sexy.

0 Designer: KTM – KISKA

Delete My Schedule

Delete My Schedule

Really love this simple Delete Clock, offering us an innovative way of planning our day and keeping with schedules. The whiteboard surface is good for jotting down notes and tasks, plus the fact that the schedule gets erased when the clock hand sweeps the face, is very poetic indeed.

0 Designers: Li Ke, Pang Sheng Li & Chen Yi Lin

Moving Parts Of A Computer

Moving Parts Of A Computer

Here is a thought, why confine portability to a laptop, why not have portable desktops? I know for a fact that if I had the chance, my 27-inch iMac would travel with me everywhere. Coming out of dreamland and into reality, here is the Cover Keyboard offering a more realistic way of travelling with our computer. It gets neatly packed into a carry bag and what’s more, the extendable interactive keyboard is really cool! What do you think?

0 Designer: Lee Dano

Puzzled About Your Keyboard?

Puzzled About Your Keyboard?

Here is a question for you; do you really need all the keys on this keyboard? This is especially true when we use software that incorporates special function keys that are far from the most commonly used ones. Hence thoughts like why can’t I shift my F1 key closer to my space key or, why can’t I arrange my keyboard to suit how I use it are very legit. The answer to these questions is the Puzzle Keyboard.

0 Designer: Wan Fu Chun

Plate-Oh! Plate!

Plate-Oh! Plate!

The Plate-Oh! is a biodegradable plate featuring a unique construction of 10 individual layers pressed together. What this means is that every time you use the plate, instead of discarding it, simply peel off the used upper layer and toss that away. In a jiffy you have a fresh plate!

0 Designer: Sahar Madanat Haddad

Splitting Light

Splitting Light

The SplitLamp has the noble intention of adjusting to illuminate the part of the desk that you so require. You can adjust the angle of the light and its intensity, depending upon your requirement. Flexible, adjustable and sexy to look at, this lamp needs to be on my desk right now!

0 Designer: Predrag Vujanovic

Wheels Of The Truck Go Red, Amber, Green!

Wheels Of The Truck Go Red, Amber, Green!

The Trignal is a self-charging LED Light that is fitted to a truck’s wheel as a hubcap. It not only glows at night, giving other motorists fair warning of the truck’s presence on the road but also visually communicates its speed. If the truck is moving at a safe pace then the wheels glow a demure green. If the driver is being rash and tardy then it glows a bright red.

0 Designers: Yang Yong & Zhu Sha

Docking And The Movies

Docking And The Movies

Moving Moving is a unique concept that marries a docking station with a mini portable projector. The idea is to play songs as well as movies and videos on the go. I love the simple and interesting way the design has been combined. The docking station looks classy and with added functionality, it is revolutionary.

0 Designer: Dong Gyum Kim