Flat Pack Pendant

Flat Pack Pendant

Don’t be fooled by the VANITY pendant lamp’s name… because it’s not as fancy as it sounds, which is exactly its appeal. The angular, seemingly complex shape is actually a single sheet of felt material creatively folded to form a sharp-looking shade. Flat-pack ready and easy to transport or store, it’s an easy and efficient choice for a illuminating living spaces.

0 Designer: Rodrigo Vairinhos for NEO

We encourage you to graffiti!

We encourage you to graffiti!

Psychologists have studied vandalism for years and found that boredom, peer pressure and revenge are often the cause. But it’s often overlooked that it’s also kinda fun! Just ask Banksy! This picture frame concept, Vadalijst, allows you to insert your favorite photos and vandalize them by doodling silly things with a whiteboard marker. Mustaches, monocles, capes and more… the options are endless!

0 Designer: Brian Khouw

Getting It Fresh and Pure

Getting It Fresh and Pure

The Aro is a very well designed air purifier that focuses on the user experience and innovation. It features mood lights and aroma dispensing based on the moods of the people in the room. To do this, it integrates a voice recognition system that senses the mood and tone of the voice and makes adjustments accordingly. Sweet!

0 Designer: Giuk Choi

Water Exclamation

Water Exclamation

Inspired by the exclamation mark, the Salva Faucet is an expression towards water conservation. It works in a way that you get to adjust the water temperature of the water without having to waste any water. The simple control bar makes it easy for you to use it. Edgy and innovative!

0 Designer: Jung Jun Park

Easy Spray for Refs

Easy Spray for Refs

Currently, the marker that referees use to show the position of “free-kick” and “defensive walls” in soccer games isn’t much different than a simple can of classic spray paint…. and if you’ve ever held a can of spray paint, you know it’s not exactly light or ergonomic. This innovation on referee spray solves these two issues, making it more compact, ergonomic, lightweight, and easy to use. After all, the spray should be… well… sportier!

0 Designer: Nicolas Diacre

The Yin and Yang of iSound

The Yin and Yang of iSound

The two halves of the Opus portable speaker system hold your iDevices firmly in place at an ideal viewing angle, turning the meager stock sound from an iPad, iPhone, or iPod into a room filling resonance. For portability, the two halves use magnets to snap and stay together. Genius! Hit up their Kickstarter page.

0 Designers: Various - Kickstarter

Big Dreams for Little People!

Big Dreams for Little People!

I was obsessed with the original Ostrich Pillow, but now you’re telling me there’s an adorably smaller version? I. Can’t. Even. Breathe!! Named the Ostrich Pillow Junior, it turns sleepy tots into serious power nappers. It’s a wearable microenvironment where kids can recharge! — While I was love-stalking the designers at StudioBananaTHiNGS, I found their hilarious version of the Harlem Shake! It’s a must-see so jump and watch!

0 Designer: StudioBananaTHiNGS

Protective Patterns

Protective Patterns

Skateboarding is cool, but, unfortunately, protective gear like knee pads and helmets just aren’t! They lack aesthetic appeal and are often too difficult and time consuming to put on… causing many to avoid protecting their body at all. The PLEXUS collection of gear finds safety, flexibility, ventilation, performance and cool looks in an intricate voronoi web that adapts to the wearers movement. Who would’ve guessed that the application of this simple pattern would be such a huge improvement!

0 Designer: Subinay Malhotra

The Beautiful Bone

The Beautiful Bone

The Bone is an elegantly designed extension cord, inspired by the form of the vertebra. It features an innovative and interactive structure that consists of only four parts. Each part performs an important function such as rotating, flowing current, etc. The module features two holes for plugging 10 of outlets and the design makes it four times smaller than existing extension cede.

0 Designer: Jeongbeom Han

Jell Balls That Clean

Jell Balls That Clean

The Jell Balls is a home appliance that can be used for cleaning up the floor. It basically uses the jell surface tension principle to make the eight jell surfaced balls to roll around a space and clean it. The appliance analyses an area and then disperses the balls to do their job. The balls can be used in wet areas like the bathroom and the kitchen.

0 Designer: Juan Lee

Proof that Less is More

Proof that Less is More

To say that Igor Sirotov’s Frame house is minimal doesn’t begin to do it justice! Everyday interior elements like seating, beds, lighting and tables are few in number but full of interesting and thoughtful textures and materials, making them a perfect foreground to highlight the steel, wood and concrete canvas. A stunning example of minimalism, the Frame house proves it’s not about what’s inside, it’s about what’s not!

0 Designer: Igor Sirotov

Concrete Cast Lighting

Concrete Cast Lighting

The Bullet lighting collection celebrates the versatility of an age-old material, yet one that isn’t commonly used in lighting… concrete! The coneal shape of each shade makes it a great pendant option but can also be positioned on the floor or shelf for directional lighting. A spectrum of vibrant color options give this otherwise stark designpouts the right amount of pop.

0 Designers: Itai Bar-On & Oded Webman

'Pick Up Stix' And Tell The Time

‘Pick Up Stix’ And Tell The Time

The Cross Over Watch is a good take on the game “Pick up stix”, it features contemporary and graceful hands that appear to be precariously balanced rotate around the dial. What makes it striking is the way the hands are slightly askew to the center giving this timepiece an elegant vibe.

0 Designer: Denis Guidone [ Buy at CKIE ]