Ceramic Speakers, Careful Now

Ceramic Speakers, Careful Now

Our favorite teapot maker Joey Roth is at it again. His Ceramic Speakers made the internet rounds months ago but I had to point out how there’s still nothing like it on the market and if he is to be believed – audiophiles and design snobs alike will both be appeased.

0 Designer: Joey Roth (Buy it here)

Food Dicer, Lemon Slicer, Robot Penguins = WIN

Food Dicer, Lemon Slicer, Robot Penguins = WIN

Let me channel my best Shamwow Guy impression and convince you these items are worth their salt. The Easy Food Dicer, Lemon Slicer and Robot Penguins have a tiny bit of Alessi in them but there’s something modernly sophisticated to them too.

0 Designer: Cosso

Design and Crafts From Spain

Design and Crafts From Spain

“The Gorrinucha” is a joint project between Milrayas & Ceramics San Gines. This piece (cute piggy!) was created for the annual contest of design applied to craft and takes place in Castilla-La Mancha (Spain), in order to provide a platform that encourages creativity and talent as well as a meeting place between artisans and professionals.

0 Designers: Milrayas & Ceramics San Gines

Just What I Need For My iPhone

Just What I Need For My iPhone

For some odd reason, Apple has decided to keep the charging cord for the iPhone pretty short. When you compare it to the Nokia or Motorola chargers, the wire is a teeny-tiny tad! Not that long wires are a help, but either ways, you never are going to be happy with wire lengths! The solution lies in cool accessories like this MI-O Cell Phone Cradle. Keep the phone close enough to the socket and wrap the charger wire, neatly around the expandable wings! Happy Happy Wires!

0 Designer: Cagnina Design [ Buy it Here ]

Riding The Deep Blue Seas Smoothly

Riding The Deep Blue Seas Smoothly

The Vif Argent Yacht combines the principles of foiler and glider so that you can have smooth sailings at high speeds with maximum efficiency. Killer combo, right! The boat floats on its hull while at rest and then deploys its gliders during acceleration, to help attain high speeds (over 50 knots). To ensure the smooth ride, the cabin is actually cruising above the waves at a height. The suspension system, which is integrated into glider folding arms, absorbs the shocks and vibrations of the wave impact.

0 Designer: SVDesign

Slurp Up Buddy

Slurp Up Buddy

We tend to associate polluted water problems with under-developed countries and rarely give a thought to how we would cope with a situation when our fully developed city comes under the siege of Mother Nature’s fury! At times like this, contraptions like the Happy Basin for instant purified drinking water can come as a relief. The basin includes nano ceramic filters embedded in the holes at the bottom of the cup that help in the filtration of polluted water. You simply need to push the basin into the water body and let surface tension buoyancy take its course.

0 Designers: Woo-sik Kim & Duck soo Choi

Emergency Tripod

Emergency Tripod

Passive emergency. That’s what this is. This lamp was made to remain dormant until an emergency arises. It can sit on the table or on the floor. Each of the pod’s arms sit in peace until the time for crazy emergency is here. They’ve each got a magnetic base, turning on when released from their home. And then your home can be lit again until the crazy time is done.

0 Designer: Hans A Huseklepp

Organamessena Desketa

Organamessena Desketa

It’s called the “Organized Mess” desk, and it’s designed by Jun Yasumoto. It’s got you utterly covered, you messy college student you. Or you messy messy highschool student you. Or you fantastically overly amazing middle-school student. It’s got a back and a bunch of attachments. Whatever you need you attach or get off your desk, you just put it on the back. And that’s that!

0 Designer: Jun Yasumoto

Stoolish Installation

Stoolish Installation

How do you like free things? How do you like fabulous bits of furniture? How much do think people would enjoy a free stool exhibit? That being an installation art exhibit where people are allowed to take the exhibit home with them? That’s what’s happening right now until early next year at the Landes Gallery with Thomas Feichtner’s “Linz Hocker” stool! Pick one up!

0 Designer: Thomas Feichtner

Eiffel In Dubai Sounds Crazy!

Eiffel In Dubai Sounds Crazy!

Drawing inspiration from the magnificent Eiffel Tower, the Eko is a futuristic housing high-rise for Zaabeel Park, City Center in Dubai. With stats like 24 floors, 8500 Square meters of Nano Solar, 350 palms, a bar, a library and a big exhibition hall; this humble living quarters of rich Arabs and their Harem will be the envy of every Eiffel-loving Parisian!

0 Designers: 10 Raisons Architects

Keeping An Eye On The Milk For You

Keeping An Eye On The Milk For You

If you have a full house, there are less chances of anything staying for long in the fridge. Meaning it will get consumed sooner or later. But if you’re on your own or are the sorts who don’t raid the fridge often, you can very well expect some of the contents to expire before consumed fully. Fresholling here is a handy gadget that you attach to your milk carton or opened bottle of juices, and set the expiry date on them. Like an alarm clock, it ticks off at the end of the set date, ensuring you don’t consume spoiled goodies.

0 Designers: Min-Jung,Kim & Se-Han,Kim

Finding the Right Furniture Piece

Finding the Right Furniture Piece

So you live in a really, really expensive house. Or a really, really modern art sort of house. You’d like something odd, something nice, something wild. You’d like to try to find something made entirely out of metal, and shaped like a puzzle piece. Perfect! Here it is! The new Dondola furniture set by Defne Koz for Megaron! Made of stainless steel formed in a way that makes it suitable for the domestic environment.

0 Designer: Defne Koz for Megaron

Up The Ladder Down The Chord

Up The Ladder Down The Chord

When you’re working on a house or a project that involves ladders, often you’re also working with tools that require you run a chord up there too. Lots of power tools are wireless now, meaning they’ve got battery packs, but there’s still a lot of chords in the world. What do you do to make your time up there with that a lot easier? You clip this lovely baby on up on your belt loop and roll a little bit simpler!

0 Designer: Rami Tareef