A Chair Made of Rubber

A Chair Made of Rubber

Wait. Not made of rubbers. Made of rubber. And not made entirely of rubber, but the joints are made of rubber. And the skin is made of rubber. The chair is made of a regularly solid material (wood or metal of some sort), while the joints and the skin of the chair are made of rubber. You may bend and turn any way you wish, without breaking or busting. Don’t bend too far, however, as the chair has not been rendered fall-on-your-head-proof.

0 Designer: Pepe Heykoop

Welcome to Bathroom Paradise

Welcome to Bathroom Paradise

A bathroom of a thousand and one follies, lollies, and lick-em-lollys, a magic fountian flow of non-stop wine, women, and moochie-coochie-koo! OR, or, if you want to be technical about the whole thing: it’s the outdoors indoors. This interior concept is called the “Peaceful Clarity Bathroom” and it’s an exercise in luxury and yes, my favorite, feng shui. Top to bottom! What a lovely bathroom I AM TELLING YOU!

0 Designer: Renato Gschwend

 Split Your Wheel Into Eight

Split Your Wheel Into Eight

I don’t mean take a knife and cut it into eight parts but instead follow the design that our friend Charlie has in mind for us. He has devised the Dynamically Augmenting Wheel System or simply DAWS. His aim was to design a wheel system that would allow a car to shift its center of gravity without losing its traction footprint.

0 Designer: Charles Pyott

Old School iPhone

Old School iPhone

It’s a total hash of digital and analog ideologies and still looks uber-cool! I guess this is what an iPhone-esque phone would have looked like in the 80’s. Calling itself the Touch Screen Rotary, this phone is a Retro Blast but with modern functionality. Needless to say, touch controls on the rotary are there and so is a backlit screen. If you plan on calling me on this phone I will know it’s you thanks to the incoming caller ID.

0 Designer: Mark Miller

I'd Hook My Bike Up to Nothing Minus

I’d Hook My Bike Up to Nothing Minus

Nothing less, that is, than “P+!” It’s the P+ bike system. Created by Young-Min Kim, Hyeon-Jeong Woo & Kyung-Goo Lee to promote healthy bike use in areas that don’t normally tend to bike users (especially in the way of bike protectors, information kiosks, and rest seats!) Spring is here, time to bike! P+ bike system for safe keeping!

0 Designers: Young-Min Kim, Hyeon-Jeong Woo & Kyung-Goo Lee

Flashlight Fit For Home Improvement

Flashlight Fit For Home Improvement

You have reached the top-notch of society and are you still going to hang on to those tools from yesteryear? Noooo…you need to move on mister, break away from the shackles of that old rusty torch that needs to be smacked on its head till the tiny bulb splutters into life. Get something flashy as this Railroad Flashlight that boasts of specs that would make Tim Allen proud of you!

0 Designer: IDEA

Paper Clip with Several More Spins in It

Paper Clip with Several More Spins in It

What! Everyone knows there’s only a couple turns in a paper clip. And that paper clips are not fun. No fun with paper clips allowed! What Art Lebedev Studio has done is totally add metal to this legendary invention, curve it up a bit more than usual, and slap an excellent name on it. “Super Paper Clip!” it was named, later changed to the more Russian “Skrepkus.”

0 Designer: Art Lebedev Studio

Are You Cuckoo for Nooka Fluff?

Are You Cuckoo for Nooka Fluff?

What we have here is a cute little watch. It is flexible rubber, digital, and is basically an arm-cuckoo clock. Kind of like a Rodger Rabbit sort of thing. More fantastic work from the folks at Nooka, right? Actually, not affiliated. Inspired by! Hannes Grebin submitted this to us (and half a dozen other design blogs) and I’m sure it’s about to blow up! Rightfully so?

*Blow up on the internets, I mean. I’m sure it works just fine. Have no fear! lol.

0 Designer: Hannes Grebin

Your Computer Looks Like Rocks

Your Computer Looks Like Rocks

Modular computing isn’t anything new. Designers have been toying with the idea for years but the Stream concept is unique in packaging the whole experience in a form more conducive to zen relaxation creating a stronger relationship with the user. The Stream concept consists of Experience Modules, the Core Component, Component Modules, a Display, Charging Cradle, and Charging Base.

0 Designer: Barton Smith

Basic Beauty

Basic Beauty

nr21 DESIGN together with Vodafone Design Team introduces one of its latest designs, the Vodafone 135. This will be one of the most affordable mobiles on the market. The Vodafone 135 is a classic candy bar phone, designed to make mobile communications affordable in developing markets, thanks to a short two line black and white display suitable for calls and texts. It will be available this summer on prepay tariffs.

0 Designer: Nr21 Design

Intergalactic Fun Begins Early

Intergalactic Fun Begins Early

Do you see the look of defiance in this kid’s eyes? He’s like…Do what you want I’m gonna spill that bowl of Cheerios! Grrrr Tiger I like it! His mom on the other hand is going to have the time of her life trying to vacuum the crushed bits. Tough luck but kids are like that, they abide by Murphy’s Law that if things have to go-spill…they will. To counter this law a great arsenal to mommy’s aid is the Löopa Gyro Bowl.

0 Designers: Brad & Melinda Shepard

Teeny-Tiny Dishwasher

Teeny-Tiny Dishwasher

From the size of it I know most people will go, “Tch, tch that’s a really small dishwasher!” But sweets this one’s for the double-income-no-children types and singles. That’s how specific designing is getting these days, and me being from the old school of thought of big happy families is finding it hard to digest! The sleek looking Gota is small enough to fit on the kitchen platform and has an eco-sense as well. Its one of those niche things that couples will like to show off about.

0 Designer: CWB Staff

DJ Needs A Phone Too

DJ Needs A Phone Too

Are you one of those musically inclined people who love to jam at the drop of a hat? Designer Jose Tomas DeLuna thinks that there is a market for the creative music junkies who like to mix their music on the go. As a result he has conceptualized KRE8, which is mobile phone but has plenty of musically enhanced features. It’s a device that bridges musical creativity and communication.

0 Designer: Jose Tomas DeLuna