The Computer Phone Is Here

The Computer Phone Is Here

What I like about the TPM VIPNI Concept P.C.P. Professional Computer Phone is that the concept is not ‘inspired’ by any existing design. Moreover it features components and aspects that are envisioned with existing and available technologies. Essentially this means you can build this powerhouse of a Pocket Computer Phone, right away!

0 Designer: Thepowermachines

Go!SCAN With Innovation!

Go!SCAN With Innovation!

Go!SCAN 3D is the latest innovation in white light 3D scanning; promising to be the easiest and fastest 3D scanning experience ever. The scanner comes with three key functions termed as TRUsimplicity, TRUportability and TRUaccuracy. The scanner is an able tool for designers and is fitted with innovative LED technology. The key features are elucidated after the jump.

0 Designer: Creaform [ Available Here ]

Bowlgami

Bowlgami

You don’t usually think of the most basic of items as having potential or the necessity of being modular (especially when it’s something as simple as a bowl) but here’s a design that works. Inspired by a type of origami that uses a modular system to create various, infinite forms, the Modular Bowl can be customized to any size simply by combining triangular units. Perfect for modern spaces, the multifaceted segments create a striking geometric visual that’s distinct from other platters and presentation bowls.

0 Designer: Laura Fernandez

Stratified Structure

Stratified Structure

The Innovation Tower dissolves the classic typology of the tower and podium into a seamless, fluid and visually stimulating structure that reflects the diversity and layered urbanism of Hong Kong. As a driving force in the development of the city as a design hub in Asia, the tower will accommodate more than 1500 students of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and will serve as the home of the Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation on some 129167 square feet. Hit the jump to take a 360 tour!

0 Designer: Zaha Hadid

Super Smart Bike Sharing

Super Smart Bike Sharing

This ingenious bike sharing system, designed specifically for the city of Seoul, focuses on the problem of parking capacity in the urban environment where limited space is available. The minimal T-Bikes are contained in vending machine-like, compact modular stations that can be easily relocated to popular areas or even transported as a permanent installation on a truck for mobile delivery. Simply locate and check out bikes directly from a smartphone!

0 Designer: Jung Tak

1-Click Theft Protection

1-Click Theft Protection

The One Click Clothing Security Tag aims to make securing & removing tags a simpler process to speed up times at store stocking & customer checkout. The design features a single twin shot injection-molded clip that allows it to be attached or removed using a single hand movement. The large bundle of tags can also be clipped onto a rack rather than thrown into a bin for quick movement around the stock handling area of the store. The higher efficiency design ensures more thorough processing & security for a retailer’s valuable items.

0 Designer: Stuart Kellett

Jellyfish Ahoy!

Jellyfish Ahoy!

I remember gazing at the jellyfish with utter amazement in Hong Kong’s Ocean Park aquarium. Little did I know that their sting can be so painful and apparently some species’ sting can actually prove fatal for humans! I love the ocean and shudder to think how would it feel to get stung. The Ocean Guard is a series of buoys that use ultra-low frequency sound waves to prevent jellyfish from entering certain areas. It is a safer way to keep them at bay, without harming them. Peaceful co-existence I suppose.

0 Designers: Various

Music In My Control

Music In My Control

The MusixCube is a hand-held controlling device for a given piece of digital music production software. It is meant for stuff like Ableton Live, Logic, etc. and combines several hardware items, like drum computers and other MIDI controllers. The aim of the project is to keep the music creators away from the computer and literally give them controls in their hands. Interaction between the device and music creating apps is based on the Rubik’s Tower.

0 Designer: Hauke Scholz

We Clucking Love This Table!

We Clucking Love This Table!

This whimsical sit-to-stand table is a perfect alternative to bulky desks where space is limited. Inspired by the chicken-foot, the minimal design takes up little space and comes in a variety of color combinations, making it great for small apartments, lounges or public spaces. It’s also height adjustable, allowing the user to maintain a comfortable and ergonomic working posture whether sitting or standing.

0 Designer: Loook Industries

iCork

iCork

Old-school material meets modern tablet in this one-of-a-kind, geometric iPad sleeve called the Cork Case. With its impact absorbing cork material, no other case offers the same protection or tactile surface that’s super easy to grip. You can rest assure that your baby is safe and looking fly!

0 Designer: pomm.design.studio

Don’t Mess With the Zaryadkus

Don’t Mess With the Zaryadkus

You can expect nothing but the best functional design solutions from the house of Art Lebedev Studio. The Zaryadkus is a fine example of how trendy USB sockets should be. A hinged plate allows you to place the iPhone (or any other USB enabled device) for charging in close proximity to the socket. Crafted from white plastic, but with options to customize it according to your room color scheme, the Zaryadku is the way USB sockets are meant to be!

0 Designer: Art Lebedev Studio

Huff And Puff

Huff And Puff

The Puff series is an interesting take on furniture design, where metal and wood make a raw connection. Basically the design studio commissioned a series where metal was cut and welded together to form a deflated shape. The flat-packed furniture is assembled and inflated to realize its true form. The series consists of Puff Stool, Yayu Table and Dan Bench. All of them require a quick gust from your bicycle pump and are good to go!

0 Designer: MoMo Materials Design

Flower Power

Flower Power

Bloom isn’t at all what you might expect a kitchen appliance to look like, but don’t be deceived by its soft, floral aesthetic. The multifunctional design chops, heats & even cleans up after itself! The “petals” are made of strong, heat resistant, non-stick material that spin to stir or chop food that’s being heated by the base. When the cooking’s finished, just activate the steam cleaning nozzle located in the center of the flower to remove stubborn stuck-on food particles!

0 Designer: Aakanksha Rajhans