Most Buzzed Designs of December 2016

Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in December 2016.


The Leather Duffle 6-in-1 is a one-of-a-kind modular backpack that allows you to swap, switch, merge, and separate components to create the storage solution you need on a day-to-day basis.


This two-wheeled, self-balancing motorcycle can stay upright all by itself thanks to an internal gyroscopic balancing system.


Odyssey Watch is an elegant, modern take on a classic precision timepiece – the chronograph. Its distinguished sub-dials have marked plates in place of traditional hands, creating the illusion of time passing as numbers slowly vanish out of sight.


The Audi Layer doesn’t just look futuristic. It IS futuristic. Combining 4 devices into a single form, this genius of a peripheral will literally be all you need to attach to your computer.


Cardamon wallet is durable, accommodating, and despite the last adjective, it’s super thin! Not like the thin-but-tearable Tyvek wallets you get, the Cardamon is made from a Nylon Polyester blend (commercial name Meridian Shell) that not just repels water and stains, it also makes the wallet incredibly durable.


Adding to that ever growing list of conceptual Audi designs is the Audi iron by Jaehyuk Lim. The Audi brand is all about superiority and dominance and the iron design does that with its space-age form language!


The Tic is the product that results out of thinking differently. This ‘bottle’ is designed to hold all your cosmetic liquids in a spill-proof container that even doubles as a dispenser.


The minimalistic Etch clock utilizes an elastic membrane that displays the time in a smooth, relaxing actuation. After the time is displayed, the membrane will return to a blank canvas, reminding us of the passing moment as we look forward to the next.


ELVIS provides a multi sensory ambient experience by creating a new user-product relationship developed through touching and sliding the light itself.


Notice the jagged façade of the hotel. It almost resembles the undulating surface of the cliff. The choice of glass for the façade also helps reflecting everything around, making the Mountain Cliff Hotel blend in, but still manage to really stand out and grab eyes! What a way to live in the edge!


The KUBE home has a strangely rigid vibe. Appropriately named, it looks like a clean cut cube on the outside. However the inside tells a completely different story.


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