A pen case that blossoms like a flower into the shape of a heart. With beautiful contrast stitching and an elastic band to keep everything in its proper place, hold up to three of your favorite pens in this clever leather case.
Furniture creations aren’t typically the most creative pieces that get put into a home, but there are designers out there who are putting together furniture with a purpose. Aga Brzostek from Poland is proud to announce her Autumn/Winter chair that is a fashion based seat for the home.
Mnemo is an interactive friendship bracelet that enables you to record, relive, and share a memory reel of all your friends’ pictures, songs, and locations from a single event. Mnemo bracelets are collectible and customizeable.
A New York based designer,Hlynur Atlason, has designed Yorky – a versatile light that inhabits a dimension between the familiar and the foreign.
While its sculptural and whimsical shape evokes memories of an animal-like creature, Yorky is a very versatile and practical light that can sit or lay on a table at different angles to illuminate varied surfaces or hang from its leash on a wall.
The handy Lucy Folding Table is ideal for use in homes, schools and community centers — really anywhere that this sort of furniture might be required only occasionally. The object has a set of wireframe legs that tuck into the bottom of the wooden surface, making it compact, easy to stack and ideal for keeping in storage.
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, the MINI Paceman arrives on the block. With all the driving excitement of a Sports Activity Coupé, athleticism an elegance in equal measure, and an undeniably urban edge, this ground-breaking addition to the MINI stable rides comfortably on the intersection of design and functionality.
Chicago-based product design firm MESH wants to do help your everyday carry and/or desktop items. Their JustMount is a little round-edged magnetic box that mounts to your wall and holds whatever’s got metal in it.
When looking at the problem of bird populations shrinking in urban areas due to loss of habitat, Nethlerlands-based product designer Klaas Kuiken was struck with the idea of improving a common bird home: residential roofs.
Quentin’s Debaene’s hypothetical ”AIRBLOW 2050″ umbrella concept is worthy of James Dyson himself. Once Debaene had identified the fabric portion of the umbrella as the root of all of its problems, the solution was clear as day: to get rid of the bulky, easily inverted membrane entirely.
A lot has changed since 2006. Social networks rule. And every kid knows the word “app.” So maybe it’s only natural that each of these ideas worked themselves into Lego Mindstorms EV3. If you aren’t familiar, Mindstorms are Lego’s programmable robotic parts–a brain, motors, and sensors–that interface with their Technic line.