Posts Tagged ‘product design

The Bouroullec Brothers are known for their designs for the likes of Vitra, Magis and Cappellini, however there’s not a new chair or lighting design in sight at their latest show in Bordeaux at Arc en Rêve Architecture Centre. Instead, the exhibition space’s walls are given up to some 800 documents, photographs, sketches and mock-up outlines taken from the Ronan [...]

Perpetual wall calendar designed by Gideon Dagan. Setting the calendar is easy; you move the two magnetic balls to mark the date and month. This simple yet sleek calendar was made for the Museum of Modern Art, can  be used year after year thus making it an eco-conscious. Its string-tethered gravity-defying ball is suspended in mid-air, [...]

The Qbist bar pays tribute to Henry E. Dudeney (1857-1930) an English puzzle and mathematical game devisor. He is known as one of the country’s foremost creators of puzzles. Dudeney’s most famous innovations were his 1903 success at solving the Haberdasher’s Puzzle (Cut an equilateral triangle into four pieces that can be rearranged to make a square)…seen [...]

Science Project pillows from designer Heather Lin. Wool felt with Sensuede® applique, in three types: Anatomy, Geology and Botany. They’d add a nice punch to a solid couch or sofa.

Do you leave your clothes lying around? No time to clean? Camouflage your dirty laundry with the ‘Rag Chair‘. This chair, designed by Tejo Remy, is made of 15 bags of layered rags. It arrives ready made but you have the option to recycle your own discarded clothes, and include it the design. No two [...]

Artist Timothy Liles hails from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. His innovation brings a fresh approach to any design project he takes on, such as his Crayola Rings. Here is a new project he recently worked on, Braid Dead Rug, which is made to order in custom colors. He calls it “A modern pop icon paired with [...]

The wooden figure Mr. Cube, designed by Héctor Serrano, has a common central body with interchangeable arms, legs and head, which can be arranged to create an infinite amount of combinations thanks to it’s internal magnets. Once your finished playing, it is easy to store, as all the parts fit together forming a perfect cube. Mr. [...]

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