It is hard for the Sparkbeats iPhone Case to get lost in the sea of designs being created on a daily basis. First off it features an original design that I have yet to see anywhere. Secondly it turns your camera flash into a stream of light, the only thing missing is some music! Without being too much of a burden on the battery, the Patented technology used in the cover requires no external LED and battery. How cool is that!
With a title like that, I bet some of you just rolled your eyes, but hear me out. Treeson is an eco-friendly, toxin-free, trash eliminating, clean energy making, tree planting, best tasting, purest natural spring water ever. Designer Carlton Solle figured out the current recycling system is flawed so he came up with a new system that produces/recycles the bottles, fills them with spring water, and ships them out. Each bottle comes with a built-in return label so it ends right back at the source. AND a tree is planted for every bottle sold. Cradle to Cradle?
Designer: Carlton Solle, Kickstarter
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A top 10 finalist in the 2014 Michelin Challenge Design, the Twinway is an exploration in vehicle autonomy & a perfect example of how this new tech allows vehicles to become an extension of the users lifestyle while retaining the experience of driving pleasure. In autonomous mode, passengers can talk face-to-face, play games, surf the web, or simply enjoy the scenery from the comfort of the cabin. An amalgamation of safety features including LiDAR ground topology radar & 360 degree object detection lets users rest at ease & enjoy the ride.
Designer: Marko Lukovic
The so-called manure catchers on the backs of horse carriages do little to keep piles and piles of poop from collecting on the streets! For a lot of cities, it’s an epidemic and comes down to find a way to catch the poop… or stop the tours! The Fiaker 2.0 addresses two of the issues: actually catching the manure… and maintain the traditional look for an authentic experience! See how it works —>
Designer: Michael Hofbauer
The Analog Watch Co.’s Carpenter Collection was designed to be as sleek, subtle, and natural. An all out lack of visible branding and optional time marks maintain the beauty of the all-natural wood and leather. Each is expertly crafted using a variety of wood types including maple, teak, bamboo and more. The eco-concious design is also 80% biodegradable, making it as beautiful as it is earth friendly!
Designer: Analog Watch Co.
Strap on your boots – in this case, I should say your creative spirit and head straight to The A’ Design Award and Competition. It is one of the worlds’ most prestigious design accolades that bring together architects, designers, artists, companies and media members. The A’ Design Competition is all about the best designs worldwide and their sole aim is to provide them publicity, fame, credibility and recognition through international press coverage and exhibitions.
Last Date: February 28, 2014
So, the story continues….we have another brilliant iPhone 6 concept that features a flat screen with 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch display options. The resolution of screen allows the icons reorganization on the springboard. I think it looks very fulfilling to have a screen that spills over the edges.
Designer: Federico Ciccarese
Though its construction is skeletal and light, the Hedron table uses simple geometries to give the illusion of mass. The dual octahedron supports not only give the piece structural integrity, but create invisible planes that are easy to imagine as solid figures.
Designer: Benjamin Migliore
Chances are the words “communal blowdryer” spark some less than desirable mental images from your last visit a hotel bathroom. Not cute! The OBLOW dryer solves many of the functional and aesthetic issues of current models with a cordless, minimal, wall-mounted, easy-to-clean design. That’s easy enough… but the heart of the system is its digital interface that allows users to play music, schedule a taxi, check flights, locate points of interest and anything else a traveler needs!
Designer: Matteo Iavicoli
The “Hi” Bench is a friendly home object that’s the first to wish you on your way and the first to greet you when you get home. It’s the perfect spot to put your keys, shoes, spare change, an umbrella— everything you need on your way in or out! Durable and waterproof Loll HDPE materials ensure it needs little to no maintenance and withstands heavy traffic.
Designer: Bridget Sheehan
This eye-catching piece, called Hudson, combines an industrial structure with sophisticated modern accents. The focal point of the design is a bright, powder-coated base of intersecting legs that seem to play trick on the eye or change shape as the viewer moves. In contrast, its slim and elegantly carved tabletop is garnished with a striking intersecting diagonal inlay and is reminiscent of traditional Danish furniture.
Designer: Tronk Design