+ Clever/smart product design +
Products designed with a twist
It’s called the Air Shield Umbrella and it’s an inflatable design without any wires or flimsy rods that will break in the wind. Instead, a pump built in to the handle that inflates the supporting structure of the canopy with the touch of a button! In seconds, you’ll be shielded from the elements. Better yet, it’s transparent so you can maintain visibility while underneath it.
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This beautiful design is 2°C, a toothbrush that reduces the overall plastic waste by a staggering 87%! This has been achieved through the implementation of a high-quality reusable body that accommodates the disposable brush heads. Requiring just the heads to be replaced every six months. Its intriguing design doesn’t end at sustainability, packed into the magnetic base is a technology that quietly tracks your brushing stats, etc.
The SHO works well as instant furniture, be it in low-cost apartments, or at disaster relief sites. The metal framework is foldable, and when opened out, allows you to tuck the mattress into it, turning it either into a comfortable chair with a backrest, or into a lounging recline you can lean into. Independently, the mattress serves as a bed for one, allowing you to have three pieces of furniture that use just two simple objects.
Made up of a series of elements, the rather incredible UNIO seating family consists of five beautifully upholstered seats each with varying backrests and a single wooden table that hides a unique feature. These six combinative elements come together using a grid-like system, and the diverse seating arrangements that can be created cater to the demanding needs and everchanging working styles of the modern worker.
Instead of disappearing into the wall or disguising itself as something else, the Inkel Reinterpret TV concept simply doubles as a modern shelving unit. When it’s not in use, it looks more like a modern, perhaps even artistic and sculptural shelf, so you might not even notice that it’s a TV.
The Waist Bowl is a simple reimagination of the bowl we use for soups to cereals. If you’ve ever tried carrying a bowl, you know it’s rather large for one hand and often requires two hands to carry. Waist Bowl’s solution is simple, elegant, and makes you question the design of the bowl you’ve been using all your life. It comes with a hip or a waist that allows you to simply grip the bowl with a single hand, while also letting you flip bowls over rather easily.