Posted on 1 December 2009, 22:30, by Stefan, under Design.
Unplug Design studio have come up with a truly wonderful design concept called dreamball. It’s all very simple: redesigning the United Nations aid packages so that they can easily be assembled into different sized balls. That way, kids in worrisome situations can forget about their troubles for a while and play until they can play no more!
Posted on 12 November 2009, 0:57, by Stefan, under Design.
Wrapping up the nature inspired theme of the last few posts is T-issue, a design concept by Lukas Koh, that transforms the ordinary tissue box into an environmentally aware object. The tree shaped stencil cut-cut out on the side allows you to see how much tissue you have left, as well as making you conscious about your consumption habits.
Posted on 9 November 2009, 2:07, by Stefan, under Design.
The R1 is a beautiful analgo radio designed by Il-Gu Cha, which requires one to tune the radio and its volume by physically rolling it on a surface. By doing so, Il-Gu Cha hopes to study the way in which we interact with the everyday objects and products that surround us.
Posted on 30 September 2009, 12:39, by Stefan, under Design.
Korean design duo Maezm, made up of Cho Eun Whan and Shin Tai Ho, don’t cease to impress. First they did it with the very smart Sofa-Dress we featured a couple weeks back. Today, they deliver with their clever Table-Dish-Cover, made from molded silicon, making it easy for one to fold it, roll it, crush it, store it, wash it, and use it… thus substituting dishes and unnecessary serve-ware.