A chest that hides the precious object. Chic and minimal. A safe and easy opening, leather angles keep your MacBook Air steady.This product has been designed in compliance with environmental conservation and according to the traditional Italian crafts process.
The Outdoor set consist of everything you need to take espresso with you where ever you want to go. To make a creme filled espresso just pump up the Handpresso Wild espresso maker to 16 bar of pressure, add hot water from the included thermo flask and insert and espresso pod. Then push the brew button and the air pressure will force the hot water through the espresso pod directly into your cup. water and Easy Serve Espresso pods.
It opens like a book, the upper part folds up, it blocks it self on the back of the case, forming a bookstand.This bookstand can be placed horizontally; A small anti-skid flap prevents any iPad movement.This product has been designed in compliance with environmental conservation and according to the traditional Italian crafts process.
Switchkey blanks are regular style house key blanks that have been machined to fit this fob. They come uncut and ready to duplicate from your own original at most key cutting stations.
When it comes to data storage, style-conscious techies should have more than rubberized, neon options to choose from. The Pocket Leather Flash Drive features a high capacity, 16GB USB stick attached with a classic fob to a rugged yet refined leather carrying case.
A team of Ukranian students by the name of QuadSquad have developed a set of gloves that will help those who use sign language communicate better with the rest of the world.
When does a limited edition product become art and no longer design? When is a piece of design a piece of art? Is ‘design-art’ a convenient terminology to describe this new orientation in design which highlights unique design objects with a whiff of functionalism? Is design-art a new trend? How this new trend about limited editions will evolve, and if this sector of limited design/art will be considered true design, will be matter to discuss at Interieur 2012. Take a look at some of the galleries exhibiting at the Biennale Interieur 2012 that will be defining new boundaries and will be rocking and waltzing between a blend of different disciplines and trends, and toy with the constraints ruling art and design itself.
Sometimes, design is exciting because it helps make other essential life processes a little bit easier – and in the best cases, a little more meaningful.
Designed Good is featuring its first home appliance this week – an espresso coffee maker with a design that is not only compelling, but also highly functional. Espresso machines look intimidating in those hipster coffee shops we all love…but a simple, environmentally-friendly way to make coffee in your own kitchen (whether or not you live in a hipster loft) seems like a no-brainer. You can even watch a demonstration video here.
The above picture looks like exactly the kind of futuristic bell jar I would want to produce the sweet elixir that is my morning latte.
The one below gives you a sense of the two main simple parts:
I’ve found that having my own espresso machine has actually allowed me to really experiment with different roasts and think about how to get more creative with my coffee addiction on a daily basis. You can read the whole story on Designed Good, but Presso really does show how functional design can be socially responsible, fun, and even a little educational.
The Hoocap is half lens cap and half hood and is capable of cleverly transforming from one to the other with the simple click of a button.
iPad Speaker Dock With Neon-Style Lighting & An Authentic Jukebox Look
Charges iPad While Listening To Favorite Tunes
Perfect For Popular Jukebox Apps Like
Ditch the point-and-shoot still camera and lose the helmet-mounted video unit, because the Zeal iON Camera Goggle shoots eight-megapixel stills and 1080p video right from a camera mounted at the top of its frame. Behind the goggle, a small viewfinder shows you exactly what the camera sees, and on the side of the goggle shutter buttons operate the camera functions. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that the camera feature is a quick gimmick though, because it’s not. The iOn goggle is just as much high-end optical protection as it is a leap forward in the integration of winter-worthy eyewear and imaging technology.
Foldable Sewing Machine is a minimalist design created by Richard Burrow. As the name implies, Burrow designed the sewing machine’s folding functionality in order to reduce waste and allow for easier mobility and storage.
Return to the Raw is a limited edition sculpture of New York City skyscrapers and public housing. The sculpture is a collection of hand poured wax candles scented with a custom mix of essential oils. For display, arrange and affix the skyscrapers according to your aesthetic preference on the plate. Light the skyscrapers to release the scent of natural earth and enjoy watching locations of power revert back into a raw natural landscape for public housing.
Gig Pack is a scooter-backpack combination designed for daily use. The backpack form creates a completely portable transportation system and allows for effortless mobility in any situation (you to take the scooter anywhere, whether it be on a hike through the wilderness or on the metro). The pack is constructed from aluminum and nylon and has plenty of storage space inside.
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