A Holy Lamp for Lovers of Illusion

A Holy Lamp for Lovers of Illusion

Created with just an LED strip, a ring diffuser, a power source and a mirror on a bit of back support, this is Aureole, a unique lighting solution. You’ll find that what you’ve got here is a halo of light, made whole by the mirror that sits behind a crescent of LEDs. Hang a series of these on your wall and have a lineup of holy rollers in the making.

0 Designer: Yuxin Han

A Carpet of Stones for the Sure of Foot

A Carpet of Stones for the Sure of Foot

Designer Neora Zigler presents a carpet which is at once quite light in appearance but physically heavy to lift. Inside two layers of synthetic fabric are individually sewn stone pebbles, each of them hand-picked to create a bumpy platform for those that want to learn to think before they step. A sense of calm in your heart should arise should you get across this project safely.

0 Designer: Neora Zigler

Mod Pod Rocker

Mod Pod Rocker

Charly Molinelli describes his Bangulella chair as “just another rocking chair,” but clearly it’s anything but!  Reminiscent of Arne Jacobsen’s famous Egg chair, the Bangulella is a high-concept redesign that brings a touch of retro-futurism to the modern rocker.

0 Designer: Charly Molinelli

Danish Done Right

Danish Done Right

The Danish Living series of furniture by addinterior merges modern design and traditional craftsmanship into unique individual pieces. I’m especially liking the coat rack- a minimal design consisting of just 6 ash wood poles held together by a solid aluminum ring. Capable of complimenting a variety of tastes and styles, each element will look great alone or as a cohesive collection.

0 Designer: addinterior

Heat, Dry, Save!

Heat, Dry, Save!

The eco-concious HotSpot heater aims to reduce the user’s overall energy consumption by simultaneously drying clothes while heating rooms. Simply place the nested laundry basket in the center and heat radiation and natural heat convection will safely dry your wet clothes or even make your pajamas toasty before bed. A simple and useful way to cut energy consumption in half!

0 Designer: Amit Ran

Sticks of light save your snowbound night

Sticks of light save your snowbound night

For those about to camp in dangerous or otherwise unsettling environments, remember that you’ve always got LED lamps on your side. In this case is via Kairi Eguchi’s design LET Touch Stick, a device which breaks up into parts for easy carrying and otherwise provides solar-charged sticks of light for safety. These lights are able to stay on all night or blink off and on throughout the night so you can safely be rescued by the forces that be from your long-lost place of snow-bound camp.

0 Designer: Kairi Eguchi

Foldable Tablet PC for your knee

Foldable Tablet PC for your knee

The following project is a tablet made to fold into many different forms and sit nicely inside the Fujitsu brand. It’s important to note that this project was only designed to look nice inside the Fujitsu brand scheme, and is not an official project – that said, it does look so futuristic and tablet fantastic, we wouldn’t be surprised if Fujitsu’s eyebrows weren’t raised when they lay their eyes upon it. Behold the Breathebook.

0 Designer: Anthony Yu

Composting The Easy Way

Composting The Easy Way

I want to compost but something about the process turns me off. The idea that there’s rotting garbage in a plastic bin on my lawn goes against every thing I deem to be “designed” about my life and to a lesser extent, my yard. Enter the KOMPOST – a ceramic cylinder you bury half way into the ground. Dump your organic matter into the top and thanks to the easy access holes, our friends the worms will turn your garbage into rich compost.

0 Designer: Kellee Kimbro

Rolling Building

Rolling Building

The “Migrant Skyscraper” is literally mobile, a giant, thin tire with a building and green space in the center. The concept behind the structure is in an unstable world, people need the stability of self-sufficiency to truly be free, and the future of architecture can help provide that. By constructing a safe haven for residents ensures they will have food to eat and water to drink, the Migrant Skyscraper affords people freedom despite what natural and social disasters may come.

0 Designers: Damian Przybyła by Rafał Przybyła

Cycle Chic

Cycle Chic

The Velo Chic cycle aims to reach the untapped market of female riders by providing easy-to-use, lightweight transportation with a cutesy retro aesthetic. Collapsible handlebars & a folding center hinge make it super storage-friendly to fit into a small corner, closet, or car trunk. The two-layer basket design gives users extra space to carry small loads like groceries or shopping bags. On top of all that, the bike has electric power assistance, making it a great urban bike with a subtle touch of femininity.

0 Designer: Raymon Hung

iPhone Laser

iPhone Laser

Tangram’s Smart Dot, set to be released this month, is a genius little device that acts as both a stylus and a laser pointer. Simply plug the small pointer component into the 3.5mm audio jack on your iPhone and download the free app to start using the laser pointer! The “appcessory” will also sync wirelessly with your computer and let you use your iPhone as a trackpad to effortlessly navigate through presentations. Pure genius!

0 Designer: Tangram Design Lab

Upcycled Vintage Automotive turned Furniture

Upcycled Vintage Automotive turned Furniture

There’s nothing quite like a good Steampunk project to get your engine revving – unless of course you’ve got a bunch of car and motorcycle parts lying around and can go the extra mile. Upcycling is one of the most awesome ways to express your love for using things twice, and with fantastically lovely looking vehicle parts like this, furniture pieces never looked so hardcore! Classified Moto brings you their own unique take on the current state of industrial auto furniture and accessories here.

0 Designer: Classified Moto

Perfectly Green Humidification

Perfectly Green Humidification

There’s a brand new way to humidify your room, and it comes in a rather green looking – and acting – product from Wonsang Lee. This design takes first a simple white bucket and a green handle and rim, adds a sort of sprout-like pod which sits at the top of the water inside the bucket. The pod converts the water it sits on into steam as it moves downward through its supply – and it’s simple as that!

0 Designer: Wonsang Lee