A door's key is designed to like the key of the car. This unique door has an unusual, rubbery finish. The doorknob has been replaced by a sensor, while a remote-control device replaces the traditional key. The mailbox is built in, while a retractable guillotine at the base eliminates any gap to ensure maximum sound insulation. Designed by N¨® Design, São Paulo.
You can fall sleep in anywhere and anytime, the Fabrica Design designed these fall sleep products for the Japanese 'Mogu' Company. The ARM PILLOW, let you fall asleep on your arms. The PILLOW BOOK, is a soft bookcover, let you fall asleep while you reading. The PILLOW HAT, let you fall asleep anywhere, anytime. And a PILLOW HAND, let you fall asleep in a hand. So cute designs.
The geart Dry Dishes and Grow Herbs with Dish Drainer design from students at Holon Institute of Technology in Israel. And this Dish Drainer design - Ran Shnaper by student Ran Shapner. A geen and cool idea, I like this design, and you can also grow your own herbs in this Dish Drainer. Cool!
The Origin Washbowl concept by Nothing design group. Water is denial of competition. It is very cool that you just take up a stone, the water can flow out. " Water does not lower itself nor fights with one another. When met with a boulder, water does not go against it nor does it try to take the boulder is place. Model expresses such naturalness. Such natural model adds life to water. Water lost its original appearance due to mankind. The river that used to flow for the eternal time is no longer a living existence. Form objects soon have to keep the duties of formless water. "
Summer is coming, let us hide under this VEIL Solar Shades. The VEIL Solar Shades is a concept for Australian primary school yards for the integration of solar-energy harvesting info a form that is both pragmatic(providing shade & energy) and evocative. This project created by Australian design firm B¨¹ro North in partnership with the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab. This shades feature a broad, uni-directional panels surface that is rotated throughout the day by school children to best suit the positon of the sun. It also included an LED feedback system shows whether the shades are getting enough sunlight, LED glow green(good), LED glow red(bad). I love this projcet, I hope it can be installed in the main streets in the future, which can provide the energy for the street lamps or traffic lighting...
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This project by French-Canadian Philippe Malouin, who has just graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven in the The Netherland. This project is fun! It is a multi function unit. The designer said: The average European flat ranges from 30 to 50 square meters. With The Unit, I wanted to comprise two rooms into one piece of furniture. Space has become such a luxury, therefore the furniture must be compact, accomplish a maximum amount of tasks. The unit is a kitchen, a table, a refrigerator and a bath tub. We also introduced his another project - hanger chair.
A new rug that lights up when you step on it with lights and weight sensors. It invented by London South Bank University students. "The glow that the rug emits is very soft," said co-inventor Leona Dean, of London South Bank University, who also noted the innovation's party applications, "It can provide ambient mood lighting or flash in time to music as a talking point at a party." [ Link ]