Sugar Please! by Tomas Kral By Yanko Design 05/30/2007 It’s a table sugar dispenser. It works with the principle of weight. The same quantity of sugar you take off from the inferior plate is automatically refilled from the superior container. Capacity: 400 grams of sugar.Designer: Tomas KralSharePinShareFlipSharePocket6 Shares Related Posts These infrared-blocking sunglasses can disable facial recognition technology Scott Urban is on a mission to turn eyewear from just a fashion statement to something much more useful. No, his sunglasses don’t come with projectors… You know what’s quicker than telling Alexa to order you herbs? Growing them! As easy as it is to tell Alexa to order you a bag of parsley, it’s even easier to walk up to your kitchen-garden and pluck… The Same, But Different Metropolis is a project designed to express two opposing bedside tables- one representing day and the other night. The overall shape of the tables are the… Simply Superb Lighting It’s the synthesis of technology & craft, natural & high-tech. It’s called the Alhazen Lamp and its economical, eco-friendly design is made of a simplistic, ultra-lightweight… The Minimalist Time Projector Most wall clocks are held up with some sort of pin or screw… but what if the most inconsiderable part of the design was the design… The Red Dot chair is simple, but makes a strong visual statement Looking pretty much like what its name says, the Red Dot chair is simple, has two basic elements, but looks so attractive it’s difficult to look… TagsTomas-Kral Previous articlePhonograph CD Player by Yong Jieyu & Ama Xue Hong Bin Next articleMicrosoft Surface – Surface Computing 4 Comments Yazi says: 12/22/2007 at 5:05 pm A bird feeder for human, interesting. Christine Chung says: 04/07/2008 at 12:43 pm Its good concept but not too sanitary. It’ll attracts bugs and other pesticides. Linda says: 02/11/2009 at 1:01 pm How does something attract pesticides? I have had open sugar for years and no bugs. 日置 美丽 says: 09/09/2013 at 8:17 am Very interesting topic , regards for posting . “Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.” by Lisa Grossman.Comments are closed.