Knifing In Style

Knifing In Style

Inspired by the process of Marquetry, which gives its name to the project, The TWIN is a classy piece of tool to own. It’s the kind of tool that will add spice to any kitchen. Refined and unique in it’s own way; the knife inspires home chefs like me to get cooking! What do you say?

0 Designer: Quentin Salliot

Future Racing Bike

Future Racing Bike

I’m not much of a biking person, but I’m sure you will connect and resonate with this Future Racing Bike concept. Designed with the intention of making a smoother, faster ride, the bike is high on ergonomics and sporting a frame that will be easy to maneuver. Inspired by the various functions of paper, the bike also features innovative aspects like the pedals and

0 Designer: Pei Wuyang

The Chimney Effect

The Chimney Effect

The Chimney Lighting is a warm and ambient light that enhances its beauty with the help of Lycra. Inspired by the chimney and its color and soft feeling, the wooden handle features the form of a simplified chimney. The hole on the Handle has its reasons, for example it can be hung on a hook or at the end of the string from the ceiling. A leather strap on back face of lighting adds more analogue feeling into it. A neat style to integrate in a roomy space!

0 Designer: Donghyun Kim

The Good Mood Monorail

The Good Mood Monorail

Because of their utilitarian nature, mass transit rail systems are generally predictable in design and aesthetic. Aluminum poles, a composite floor, off-white wall paneling, multi-colored seats… you get the idea. This concept by A.B. Vignesh is NOT one of those rail systems. Designed to enhance the mood and social behavior of its passengers, this monorail’s lively interior is unpredictable and different from one car to the next. It’s more akin to a night club than a train, making the daily commute just a little more bearable if not fun!

0 Designer: A.B.Vignesh

More Than Lisa and Less Than iMac

More Than Lisa and Less Than iMac

I was never good at history lessons, however Steve Jobs has made it hard to forget the impact of the first desktop computer “Lisa”, showcased by Apple. Three decades later, we have seen the evolution of design translate to the current version of iMac, and it has none of the visible cues found on the original. CURVED/labs has made an attempt to bridge this gap with their concept “Lisa” inspired iMac Concept.

0 Designer: CURVED/labs

Have Wings, Will Fly!

Have Wings, Will Fly!

Love this &B laser beam light concept for bikes! It’s an amazing way to make your presence felt on the road and be safe. I find it creative innovation for branding as well; just look at the clever “I’m Loving It” tagline being showcased for the Mc Donald’s delivery bike. It really can’t get better than this!

0 Designer: Min Keun Kwon

The No-Brainer Toilet Drainer

The No-Brainer Toilet Drainer

Cleanser is a multifunctional motorized cleaning tool designed to provide an effective way to unclog toilet bowls, sinks and drainage pipes efficiently. A total no-brainer for inexperienced users, the automated device features an easy-to-use extendable pipe for varying lengths depending on context as well as a roller mechanism for automatic extending and retracting the flexible wire back and forth.

0 Designer: Chan Wen Jie

Totally phallic, totally phun!

Totally phallic, totally phun!

This humorous approach to pendant lighting takes inspiration from… well… let’s just say it together, shall we? CONDOMS CONDOMS CONDOMS. There we go… it’s out of our system! Whether in the man cave or bedroom, it’s a clever conversation starter and a reminder to put a rubber on it. Really, it’s the only time it’s actually more fun WITH a condom!

0 Designer: JV&MS KMZB

Mighty Cyclone

Mighty Cyclone

As trendy as a Smartwatch gets, the Cyclone is an outdoor device inspired by Nike Mercurial Vapor football boot. The similarities are drawn from the dynamic shape and intense colors of the footwear. We love it for its very cool design cues; refreshingly different from the usual.

0 Designer: Sunghoon Park

The Art Of Layering A Keyboard

The Art Of Layering A Keyboard

Besides using space crunch as an excuse, I think the innovation aspect of the Layer Keyboard is far more alluring. Hook it up to your system and use the basic keyboard as a modular mouse, number pad, or a sketching input device. Optimize your quaint desk and live better!

0 Designer: Kim Edo

3D Documents and Future Fonts

3D Documents and Future Fonts

Textscapes merges font design with 3D printing to generate letter-sized 3D documents to visually (and tangibly) profile the subject matter of the texts, such as cities, landscapes or figures. These documents make the reading process an interactive, artistic experience not only for the general audience but blind individual as well. This series has variations of braille, different language characters, calligraphies, and number systems to bridge the text and is visuality in architecture, landscape, portraits and abstract matters.

0 Designer: Hongtao Zhou

Time on a Tilt

Time on a Tilt

The Angle watch concept approaches timekeeping from a different… well… angle! The design combines a minimalist aesthetic with clever functionality, tilting the watch face towards the user to make telling the time just a little bit easier. You can even check your watch discreetly with a simple glance at the face angled toward you.

0 Designer: Rayyan Toh

Move Over Hair Pins!

Move Over Hair Pins!

The WiVes’ Table is a celebration of the perfect geometries of the triangle and its versatility of form. Though it’s one solid piece, it can not only be used alone but also customized with any tabletop desired, including a wood slab, slate, marble and more. Choose from a variety of colors and finishes, orient the base up or down, and add the top of your choice for a look that perfectly suites your unique interior.

0 Designer: J.S. Nero