Welcome to the age of micro-living, where in metropolitan areas, people are opting for smaller floor plans in exchange for greater financial freedom.
I really love abstract design. Your own interpretation doesn’t just add meaning to the product, it also makes you connect with it on a level.
The ‘Ombre Chinoise’ as curious as it sounds, does something unusually pleasant. It “materializes notifications”.
There’s no better way than a PaperSpokes crate to transform your bicycle from a simple mode of transportation to a functional cargo carrier!
Designed for micro-living, the My Rups Folding Shower is the first of its kind. Like a giant cocoon crafted in impermeable fabric, users can retract or open the unit to shower and fold to store when not in use.
Bottles are by far a designer’s favourite item to re-purpose. Head over to pinterest and you’ll scroll endlessly for days, looking at the kind of stuff people do with old bottles.
Turkish transportation designer Olcay Tuncay says “closed cockpit” is the future of Formula 1. Armed with not just one, but three concepts, Olcay intends on creating a series of cars that aren’t just drop-dead sexy, but also much more safe, thanks to the new cockpit design.
Erectile dysfunction? Reduced reproductive ability? Groin sensitivity? These are both a man’s worst nightmare and the reality caused by most bicycle saddles.
Are you guilty of laying your toothbrush down after using it? What about your razor? It’s not only unsanitary but just plain gross!
Named Antilope for its long legs, this high stool design by Mario Alessiani has plenty of character despite being flat pack and quite simple.
I’m not afraid of admitting that I haven’t been wowed by simple-product design in a while. I opened my mailbox to find that I had to feature the Nail-it on Yanko and I felt my jaw drop a bit.
The Wings lamp is one of those designs that is designed with the express intent of not just being a product, but a pretty product.
The G-Drip coffee maker takes inspiration from the “pour over” technique well-known among true coffee connoisseurs.
Haim Avgi’s Meduza stool is a creative nod to the ocean’s most interesting creature – jellyfish! The soft, sweeping curve of the legs represent the tentacles and extend through to the top surface for a playful pop of powder-coated color.
Ever heard of NOD32? You might not recognize the name, but you’ll surely recognize the Antivirus brand’s robot mascot!
Here’s a design that is seriously a result of blood, sweat, and tears. With over a year of research and development behind it, the Oneblade is touted as the best shaving experience you can get.
If you want to challenge reality, challenge it like a Transportation Designer. Most designers slave away trying to make their products realistic, but with Transportation Designers, sky’s the limit.
The SVPER concept smartphone stands out with super aesthetics that are highly focused on minimalism without losing individualism.
Designed around the idea that accuracy is everything in the kitchen, Commis is an all-in-one, clever combination of two (perhaps even 3) commonly used cooking accessories.
An ode to analog record players of the past, the Back to Vinyl series of players are a modern take that will add style and high quality tunes to your entertainment collection.