Light of Distinction

Light of Distinction

Drawing inspiration from Brasa, we have here an exceptionally slim and innovative rear light for cycles. The design optimizes the use of Light Line Technology (LLT), where the technique and optics clearly offset the single string of lights from the rest of the body, giving the impression that a red line is floating in the air. An easily accessible switch and simple battery removal, make it very practical and efficient light.

0 Designers: Mathis Heller & WeLL Design with Spanninga

Trendy Braille Eyewear

Trendy Braille Eyewear

The Braille Sight concept is simple and fashioned as trendy eyewear. The system captures images using the glasses frames (Frame of Sight) and then syncs it to the lenses (Braille Pad) as tactile images in Braille. The wearer can comfortably “see” their surroundings, in spite of being sight impaired. The only issue I can think about here, is the response that the tactile system has to the ever changing landscape. What do you say?

0 Designers: Seungwoo Kim & Harim Lee

Manly Modern Timepiece

Manly Modern Timepiece

I like my watches like I like my lovers- on time and looking good! Seriously though, I prefer a sleek, minimal yet masculine design that will achieve those two simple things. The Lepidus collection is for the purist who knows what they want. In carbon, steel and platinum finishes, this is a modern man’s watch through and through. Just look at this hunk wearing it!

0 Designer: Adrián Castro

Lovely Layers

Lovely Layers

Originally designed as a base for a salvaged piece of glass, the Lofting Table merges creative construction methods with classic style that has a subtle nautical feel. The name is derived from the traditional lofting technique used to plot curves in boat-building; an unusual method for the construction of a timber table. Using a combination of 3D CAD technology & the simple jointing method, the construction is based around laminating horizontal layers together to form a single complex 3D geometry.

0 Designer: Matthew Jones

Sanitary Street Dogs

Sanitary Street Dogs

Big cities (like Los Angeles, where I live) are known for their street hot dogs, but I’ve avoided ever trying one because I can’t get over wondering where the heck those guys wash their hands?! For germophobes like me, the Rango Hot Dog Stand was designed with hygiene in mind. It utilizes special food compartments and hands-free condiment dispensers that allow the “building” of the dogs to be done without ever touching the food. It also has a small sink for washing hands!

0 Designer: Telma Mafra

True Modular Style in Switches

True Modular Style in Switches

Lumen Circular Switches have the advantage of bearing a basic framework on which modulation can be done depending upon luxury, style and needs. The design focus is on three segments – the frame, button caps and buttons. The innards offer sufficient space for a complete set of application components such as wiring the thermostat, switch, etc. A very simple design that offers a range of combinations, I think it’s neat!

0 Designers: Magdaléna Čurdová & Tereza Matyášková

Digitalized Evergreen Home

Digitalized Evergreen Home

E Home concept is a two part series by designers Jeiyong Chun & Hyunjune Yang where they bring forth their ideas of maintaining a well balanced home environment with sufficient greenery to keep the atmosphere cheery and fresh.

0 Designers: Jeiyong Chun & Hyunjune Yang

Bottle of Smartness

Bottle of Smartness

No matter how cool you think you look with a bottle of Evian or Bling h2o; in the boardroom you are going to be trapped with a lowly PET bottle! Unless you get smart enough to invest in great ideas like the Metamorphose. It is a bottle filter system with a unique skin that scrolls down to cover up a regular looking bottle. In a jiffy you transform an ordinary bottle to something sleek and spectacular, and one with eco-sense. The filter system extends the PET bottle’s regular life up to 10 times and yet manages to make it look sexy. It even fits well in your bag; I want one now!

0 Designer: Nadim Inaty

Pure Oxygen Perfection

Pure Oxygen Perfection

The healing properties of breathing pure oxygen in combination with expose to high atmospheric pressures are phenomenal & increase regeneration of damaged tissue through cell metabolism by up to 150%. The Oxygen Rehabilitation Apparatus is a cutting edge design in line with commercial hyperbaric systems to deliver oxygen as a form of medicine. Unlike the majority of existing breathing circuits, ORA utilizes a single adjustment mechanism & intelligent memory polymer to allow for a personalized fit & extended life cycle.

0 Designer: Bruce Walls

Dapper Davenport

Dapper Davenport

I’m loving this solid wood desk by designer Shpelyk Roman. With a swinging top level and two planes to work on, it achieves the functionality of a multi-level desk while still maintaining aesthetic minimalism. The tapered, wide-stance legs are an interesting compliment to the square top and can be removed for easy transportation simply by twisting. Great as a desk or table for the small work studio or apartment.

0 Designer: Shpelyk Roman

Expanding Home

Expanding Home

Odorico Pordenone is a delightful caravan that expands its seams to accommodate you and your folks quite comfortably. For a person who is never intimidated by the size of the car that I am driving, a bulky trailer somehow manages to unnerve me. Looking into this idea’s perfect fusion of design, technological and architectural approach, I think this one has nailed it good.

0 Designer: Jakub Novák

Sticky Voice on the Wall

Sticky Voice on the Wall

Record me is an ingenious way to pass on messages and stay in touch with busy family members. Most of us have adopted the sticky-note-on-the-fridge routine; Record me changes this to a voice message that can be easily recorded and played back. The video explains the procedure and I think it is a clever way to stay in touch, I mean I’d much rather listen to my son speak than decipher his scrawny note!

0 Designer: Luc van Hoeckel

Quintessential Quadricycle

Quintessential Quadricycle

The StroM Bouqetin is unlike any other quadricycle design in that it’s optimized for serious trail riding and touring. The rear-wheel drive, single-rider cycle features full independent suspension, dual shock rifles, a variable ball-gear drive, four disc brakes and a lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber body. Add some physical strength and you’re ready to attack the off-road.

0 Designer: Martin Strohmeier