Minimalistic in material and aesthetics, BEA is a reduced workspace concept that makes no sacrifices for style over functionality.
Children are truly pure and innocent at heart. Remember that video that went viral of the girl who was literally moved to tears by the plight of animals?
Central London. Bustling. Central New York. Crowded. Central Mumbai. Congested. Central Tokyo… surprisingly calming.
There have been a few electric proposals for future Le Mans races but this Pagani is one of the first that harnesses hydrogen power!
At first glance, this simplistic cube stool looks rigid and inflexible… perhaps, even uncomfortable. Take a seat, however, and you’ll find its cleverly constructed to adapt comfortably to your bum!
Ironically, smart specs (like Google Glasses) turned out to be a pretty dumb idea for mainstream users.
I just had to leave this design for the end of the week. The Bleep is unsuspecting, apparently mundane, but incredible to the extent that it may save lives one day.
I firmly believe that the design process applies to futuristic design too. You can only make so many futuristic products that just have AI in every little nook and cranny.
LUME is a far-out lighting solution that harnesses the power of bioluminescence to bring natural light to your living space.
Speakers have come a long way from being a big, bulky, black box stuffed in the corner of a room. These days, a well-designed speaker can even enhance a room’s aesthetic.
Insert man-growl here! This Fiskars knife concept is the ultimate outdoorsman’s tool. Whether it’s sawing or cutting with it’s double-edge blade, it’s designed with interchangeable ergonomics that position the user’s hand in a comfortable position for each task.
The Monk Lamp has an cool backstory. Look at it carefully and try and think of an organization/faith from a cult movie series.
How do you make a truly ground-breaking bike? You can’t really pick up innovation from the automobile industry and transpose it on the bike industry.
Unlike other quadcopters that have sacrificed speed for agility, the FLYCAT features four small rotors to take off and land and one big engine to fly through the sky.
Light is unbelievably versatile. No, I’m not drunk… I’m making quite a revelatory point. It’s used to help our most powerful sense operate.
Nytec’s Axiom watch brings modern design and classic analog styling to the wearable tech market. This design is all about making a personal statement of style and substance while avoiding information overload.
The adorably simple Rolo rocking stool is as utilitarian as it is playful. Its clever construction adds a bit of functionality to an otherwise basic design in the form of slightly rounded feet that allow for a safe tilt and stable resting position.
Different people expect different thing from their wearables/watches. Some people want to work on the go, others want to track their fitness… Some people want something much more traditional, a chronograph, a barometer, a world clock, the date, definitely.
There seems to be a certain redundancy in the audio industry. People buy and own two products that do the same thing.
A good bike lock can means the difference between… well, having a bike or not! These days, U-locks and chains are the preferred security of most cyclists, but that heavy metal adds increasingly more weight at the same time we’re trying to make bicycles lighter!