All-In-One Wall Accessory

All-In-One Wall Accessory

A minimalist hanger/charger/organizer, the Dutchman breathes new life into the joint of the same name used for centuries in utilitarian woodworking. Sliding “dutchmen” make it truly customizable so you can make it work for all your needs. Learn more about its specially sourced wood —>

0 Designer: The Wood Studio

Timeless Combinations

Timeless Combinations

Markus Johansson’s Colibri chair transforms the inspiration from Nordic stick back chairs into a contemporary modernist expression – easy-going, yet classical. Furthermore, the design empowers its owner to take part in the construction process and choose from four different bases, four different backs, four different armrests, or even four different seats in textile or bonded leather. No matter the combination, there’s no going wrong!

0 Designer: Markus Johansson for Hans K.

OSB-eautiful Desk

OSB-eautiful Desk

The Viva Desk merges computerized manufacturing with artisanry to make the most of its eco-friendly materials. Composed primarily of OSB (most commonly used for industrial packaging) the material is transformed and reused to decrease each objects environmental footprint while providing a unique and distinct look. For a crafted touch, a hand-knitted suede string intertwines the upper and lower centerpieces acting not only as a decorative element but to create a segmented shelf for books & other items.

0 Designer: SHIFT

Extend, Bend And Hang

Extend, Bend And Hang

That is the way you make light while out camping! Don’t trust me? Try the Hang Up Lamp; it’s a flexible tube that just needs to be extended, bent and hung up. Ideal for the outdoors, the tube sources its power from the solar cells on the rim. This segmented lamp houses LEDs in short lengths of tube, each of which has a solar-powered battery, a positive pole, and a negative pole.

0 Designers: Jihyun Seo, Youjung An & Dayoung An

A Void in Time

A Void in Time

Designed for the Fossil brand, the O Ring watch is a metaphorical symbol of the consistency of time which has no lapse. The open center piques the viewers interest when it becomes clear that the mechanical functionality doesn’t emanate from the center as we’re familiar with. On a side note, I’m suddenly craving a doughnut.

0 Designer: Eugeni Quitllet

It’s Hidden And It’s A Radio

It’s Hidden And It’s A Radio

You can call it the world’s simplest, most advanced wireless MultiSpeaker for iPhone and iPad in its compact form. I call it the HiddenRadio2. An elegant wireless speaker, this baby delivers best-in-class sound and uses smart controls and MultiPoint connectivity to do the same. Simply touch the cap and elevate your sound! Get yours here.

0 Designers: John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen and Vitor Santa Maria [ Buy it Here ]

Prismatic Perfection

Prismatic Perfection

The Prism table tells a story. No matter what angle you look from, it will always show you something new! Like a prism refracting light, this table takes lines of color, emerging from a single bar, and stretches them across its frame. By weaving and twisting its linear geometry, the internal structure transforms from point to point. The maze of mixing colors creates surfaces that together form a beautiful whole.

0 Designer: Maurie Novak

Squirmable Seating

Squirmable Seating

There’s something very honest and friendly about this simplistic yet inviting chair and footrest combination called Nuno. Everyone knows that when it comes to seating, true ergonomics mean you can adjust the position of your body and the chair will follow suit… not the other way around. That’s precisely what it achieves with thoughtful construction applied to otherwise basic materials. Check it out!

0 Designer: Emelia Lucht

Cray Cray for K Ray

Cray Cray for K Ray

Eugeni Quitllet‘s K Ray lamp is like an organic UFO, a network of veins hollowed out of material which result in an object suspended in a frame. The illusion lies in its mysterious energy source with appears to derive power out of thin air.

0 Designer: Eugeni Quitllet

Refrigerating In Compartments

Refrigerating In Compartments

The Iceberg is a smart fridge that nests a portable Freshbag to take along on the road. The centrally located round box is ideal for picnics and a day in the sun. For your regular needs, it’s the kind of fridge that is compact yet big enough to hold wines and food. Love the ingenious portability and compartmentalization. What do you think?

0 Designer: Byeong Soo Kim

Time Will Tell

Time Will Tell

Say Yes, Hell No! Maybe, Why Not? Don’t be so confused, because time never lies and nor does this beautifully crafted Foretell Watch. In essence it answers all your questions, and of course tells you the time! Simply ask a question, look at the Foretell and read the sage advice that is showcased in the bubble. The advice changes every five seconds, so you can wait till a favorable one comes along.

0 Designer: Daniel Will-Harris [ Buy it Here ]

Car-igami!

Car-igami!

Designers Ludovico Campana & Seunghun Jeong’s submission for the 2014 Michelin Challenge Design competition tackles the issues of spacial consciousness and multi-functionality with a transformable design, inside and out. To save valuable space, the carriage folds flat and turns vertically, making it easy to park and store. But what about the interior? Automatic inflating seats that are completely configureable to the user’s requirements. See another hidden feature —>

0 Designers: Ludovico Campana & Seunghun Jeong

The Dapper Dustpan

The Dapper Dustpan

When you think of a dustpan and broom, chances are you imagine a flimsy, plastic, unsightly object that you hide as far back in the closet as possible! The Alfred, however, is one you can be proud of! No, it doesn’t light up… or cheer you on… in fact, there’s really no new functionality at all. But it is durable, made of quality material, and just plain nice to look at.

0 Designer: Tom Chludil