Smart Media Shower

Smart Media Shower

The le terme is a stainless steel structure that features antibacterial cypress wood base and OLED interactive glass panels. This luxury room of pleasure integrates smart media device into the shower room featuring display panels that sync with any in-house smart phone or tablet. Essentially it allows you to view and your favorite music and videos and make direct phone calls from the booth.

0 Designer: Fei Chung Billy Ho

From Log To Chaise Lounge!

From Log To Chaise Lounge!

The Long 8 stems from the multi-disciplinary Swiss artist Natanel Gluska’s log creation. He saws off a huge chunk of log and transforms it into a beautifully refined lounge in a very short timeframe. This current iteration is in fiberglass and can be crafted in many colors. Have a look at the awesome video to see the sawing in action. Totally awesome!

0 Designer: Natanel Gluska

Picture Perfected

Picture Perfected

What if you are all alone hanging up pictures in your room? Yes, getting them leveled and at precise angles is a cause of worry. But then, if you have tools like the LEVELER to help you, then how can you go wrong! The concept allows you to single handedly hang pictures and that too leveled.

0 Designer: Amination (Amin Saadat)

Pressure Test With Jot Touch

Pressure Test With Jot Touch

We have been tracking Adonit for quite a while now and we love the innovative Bluetooth Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad. Christened the Jot Touch, Adonit has its hand on the pulse of what people want in terms of writing equipment using digital mediums. It is the first real pressure sensitive stylus that addresses the requirements of a professional artists. Basically it transforms your iPad into a sketchbook and gives you a surreal experience.

0 Designer: Adonit [ Buy it Here ]

Twist and Clean

Twist and Clean

The Hula Washer promises to keep you fit and svelte as you wash your clothes. Not only do you save time and money, but the concept also keeps your waistline under control. The energy you use to spin the Hula Washer, like a Hula Hoop is used to clean the clothes loaded into the washer segment. Add clothes and washing liquid to the hollow centre of the ring and then start to spin. The only thing problem I see it that it looks convenient for small clothes like socks and hankies, nothing more.

0 Designer: Sang-soon Lee


The Koeda Effect

The Koeda Effect

Mixer tap designs are typical and stereotyped and we are basically programmed to use them in a particular way. More like up and down is on and off, and turning the mixer from left to right will change from hot to cold. Not that this is a bad thing, but imagine a redefined shape, a new intuitive adoption of operations…we have done that in the tech world, can we do that in Bathroom Innovations?

0 Designer: ShanShan Wang

The Intuitive Extinguisher

The Intuitive Extinguisher

The Easy Trigger hopes to make your experience with a fire extinguisher less frightful and more intuitive. The thing is, different people have different ways to react during emergencies. Some are calm and collected and will follow instructions and pull out the pin correctly from the conventional extinguishers. Others may panic and fumble. In order to ensure smooth operations, the Easy Trigger was designed.

0 Designers: Shim Wonbo and Moon Woojung

Immunization for All

Immunization for All

It’s estimated that near 3 million children die each year from vaccine preventable diseases, or VPDs. This thoughtful vaccination aid program, titled Immune, aims to being awareness to the issue and streamline the vaccination process for healthcare workers. Children are given pendant necklaces with an embedded QR code that works in sync with a smartphone app to provide vaccination schedules and immunization records. Check out the free app here!

0 Designer: Peter Beegle

This Ain't Your Mama's Cutting Board

This Ain’t Your Mama’s Cutting Board

Its designers describe the Slice cutting board as being “characteristically defined by its purpose yet visually inviting of attention in any kitchen environment,” and I couldn’t have said it better myself!  The removal of two mirrored, wedge shapes from either side of the board enhances the functionality of effortless lifting and controlled funneling of sliced food in one movement. It’s functionally practical for the same reason that it’s beautiful… exactly what good design is all about!

0 Designers: Various

Blue Experience Part 2

Blue Experience Part 2

Tolga Tuncer’s first version for the Facebook Phone was radical enough, simply based on its design. He takes his passion with the social networking site a step forward with this new iteration. It features a compact aluminum casing and a slider phone. A highly centralized user interface with a real physical aluminum wheel embedded with a Like-Button makes the phone ideal for FB fans.

0 Designer: Tolga Tuncer

Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt 'em

Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘em

I think it’s probably the childhood incident where I was helping my father to hammer in with some DIY project and I hurt my thumb pretty bad. But its put me off hammers for life! I guess the only way you can get me to bang in some nails is with protective sheaths like this Fear Not Hammer. Guides that hold the nail in place, allow you to hammer without the fear of hurting yourself. Please Hammer don’t hurt ‘em!

0 Designer: Cheng-Wei Wang

Time is of the Essence

Time is of the Essence

The life jacket is one of the most significant humanitarian designs in history and even in its simplest form it is responsible for saving countless lives each year. Designer Winslow Harte expands on its versatility by applying a variety of modern technologies that specifically aims to help those in danger of tsunamis. Embedded LED lights and a built-in GPS beacon make search and rescue efforts easier and a material blend of Duralite grid-weave, mesh pockets and Velcro flaps ensure its durability and ease of use.

0 Designer: Winslow Harte

Math Made Pretty

Math Made Pretty

If the shape looks familiar (maybe even scary!), it’s because the Paraboloid Lamp takes the striking shape of the hyperbolic geometric surface you probably saw in your algebra classes. A single globe is nestled in the center of a saddle-like grid of skew lines, creating a diffused glow that moves with the elegant curvature of the structure and peeks through the rhomboidal spaces. The version pictured here teeters on a solid base but flipped it might make an interesting pendant centerpiece.

0 Designer: Fernando Molas Garcia