Design archive for 2010-12-28

PlusMinusZero Humidifier

(8 years ago)
It’s the time of the year again where I wake up at 2am and a gulp down a bottle of water as our bedroom air is as dry as a desert. Here goes another winter where I am dreaming of owning this beauty of a humidifier by PlusMinusZero. It is called Humidifier Ver 3, designed [...]

The secret of “Doing”

(8 years ago)
Attending the Do Lectures Conference is on the very top of my ‘things I want to do one day!” Every time I watch one of their talks I can’t stop grinning at their lovely logo and animation at the beginning. The Do Lectures won my heart. Their idea is a simple: People who Do things, [...]

Oops Crib by Structured Green

(8 years ago)
Love the Oops crib from Structured Green with their signature “Drop” detail comprised of variegated strips of FSC and reclaimed woods. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2010 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Home Furnishings | Permalink | No comments | Tweet This | Share on [...]

Student Work – Martín Azambuja

(8 years ago)
Designed by Martín Azambuja | Country: Uruguay “The project was to design new packaging of flour for people who like cooking. I decided to use two colours and a reticle picture.”

iPhone Amplifier

(8 years ago)
My friend Keren sent me a link to this iPhone Amplifier. It totally made me laugh. No, I would never buy it, but it shows how inventive people are when it comes to iPhone Accessories. I then Google-Image-Searched the word ‘iPhone Amplifier’ and found some other interesting designs and hacks: iVictrola iPhone/iPod Dock The Phonofone [...]

Designer Christmas Card

(8 years ago)
Dezeen is featuring a lovely post on Designer Christmas Cards. The bird-feeder Helvetica d made me look. It’s a fabulous idea by UK designers d.studio.

Pixel Sleeping Eye Mask

(8 years ago)
This Pixel Sleeping Eye Mask is ingenious. We here at studiomates should all have one of these for when we want to take a quick powernap on the couch. Yes, totally made me smile.

Plug Rings

(8 years ago)
These Plug rings were designed by Brooklyn-based designer Casey Perez, who goes by the name of Artifacts by Casey. Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2010 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Style & Fashion | Permalink | No comments | Tweet This | Share on Facebook

Sensuous Tableware by Ilan Sinai

(8 years ago)
Ilan Sinai is a recent graduate from the department of inclusive industrial design at Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem, Israel. In his Sensuous Tableware project, he explores our relationships with meals as presented through a series of thoughtfully-designed tableware catered to the senses. Text below is from the designer. Nowadays tableware is just a platform [...]

Molecule Building Set

(8 years ago)
I might just have to order one of the Molecule Building Sets for my office. A beauty, no? Each set consists of 24 molecules made of wood (6 colors, 4 of each) and wooden sticks to connect the dots and turn the molecules into your own unique design. (via betterlivingthroughdesign)

Slalom Steerable Sled

(8 years ago)
Last night I came home and found a ‘sled’ outside our apartment door. Apparently stores were completely sold out, but our little Ella *really* wanted to go sledding. My husband (being the king of hacks) went to a hardware store bought a tub and some rope and simply made one. My daughter was in heaven. [...]

2010 review: March

(8 years ago)
Here’s a roundup of our most popular stories from March this year. In first place was Jesolo Magica, a retail and business centre near Venice by Zaha Hadid Architects. (more…)

San Andreas Coffee Table by Ricardo Garza Marcos

(8 years ago)
Mexican designer Ricardo Garza Marcos designed this clever coffee table called San Andreas. Made of oak wood, it was inspired by its namesake — the tectonic fault that lies between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate. I love that it doesn’t just come apart in two pieces as expected, but instead features hidden [...]

Platu(a)

(8 years ago)
Designed by MPFXDESIGN | Country: Portugal “This package, specially designed to hold a platu and a bottle of gourmet olive oil, is called platu(a). In the word “platu(a)”, the parenthesis (a) hold sthe azeite (the Portuguese word for olive oil), just like the package does. The launch of this package is intended to reinforce the [...]

Dubai & the Burj Khalifa: A Chat with Eric Demay

(8 years ago)
A year ago MoCo contributor Eric Demay was in Dubai to wrap up a project for what is now known as the Burj Khalifa. We decided to catch up with him again to get a sense of his experience and perspectives once the intensity of the experience had a chance to lessen. His photos tell a fascinating story, but we needed a few details in order to try to get closer to the Burj Khalifa and its context.

Maison en bois par Croixmarie Bourdon

(8 years ago)
A Sceaux, en banlieue parisienne, l’agence Croixmarie Bourdon Architectures a construit cette maison de bois de 150 mètres carrés. Une maison de ville sur 3 niveaux glissée entre 2 maisons existantes. Crédits photographiques: Pierre-Yves Brunaud Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site de Croixmarie Bourdon. Maison en bois par Croixmarie Bourdon is a post from: [...]Maison en bois par Croixmarie Bourdon is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

2010 review: February

(8 years ago)
Continuing our review of 2010, here are the five most popular Dezeen stories from February. In first place was VitraHaus by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. (more…)

Corbeille Sofa par Francesco Binfaré

(8 years ago)
Pour l’éditeur italien Edra, le designer Francesco Binfaré a conçu le canapé « Corbeille », un sofa accueillant qui se compose d’une structure en tube métallique contenant de généreux coussins de cuir. Source: Stylepark Corbeille Sofa par Francesco Binfaré is a post from: Muuuz – Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration TweetCorbeille Sofa par Francesco Binfaré is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

Porte-manteaux Nal par Vaugh et Shannon

(8 years ago)
Créé par les designers irlandais Trevor Vaugh et Nic Shannon, « Nal » est un porte-manteaux aux faux airs de lampadaire. Pour en savoir plus sur « Nal », visitez le site de Trevor Vaugh et Nic Shannon. Sources: Stilsucht et Vaughshannon Porte-manteaux Nal par Vaugh et Shannon is a post from: Muuuz – Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration [...]Porte-manteaux Nal par Vaugh et Shannon is a post from: Muuuz - Blog Architecture, Design, Tendances, Inspiration

Dumbbell-lamp

(8 years ago)
The system of lamps, inspired by dumbbell, realised in polypropylene or soft touch plastic.

2010 review: January

(8 years ago)
To finish off the year we’re going to showcase the five most popular Dezeen stories from each month in 2010. Number one in January was the Eco-friendly phone by Daizi Zheng, a conceptual mobile phone that could be powered by sugary drinks. (more…)
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