Posts Tagged ‘product design

If you’re serious about billiards, then you’ll want this table! Six designers from the French Institut Supérieur du Design, collaborated with Billards Toulet, a company that creates gorgeous, competition standard and ergonomically correct gaming products, to create the BlackLight, an ultra-modern luxury billiard table.

Designed by industrial designer Isariya Boon, the so-called ‘Rotension’ table is not only well-designed, it is incredibly detailed with interlocking mechanisms that allow it to transform itself. We’ve dubbed it the Transformer Table. At first glance, this unassuming table seems perfect for a corner nook. But there is more to it than meets the eye. [...]

Product Design at it’s creepiest and definitely not for the faint of heart. We are posting this “curious” item for the sheer audacity that someone made it. Behold the cockroach plate. Ew. While it is kind of gross and creepy, we are sure someone, somewhere, owns it. Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on [...]

If you ever find yourself watching the clock, beware, this one will look back at you. The hours and the minutes are both represented by a separate ocular dial. As you look at it, the left shows the hour, and the right shows the minutes.  Ultra minimalistic, one might not even know what it is [...]

Designer Paul Smith was asked to re-invent the now iconic Cylinda Collection by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen, best know for designing ‘The Egg’ and ‘Number 7’ chairs. Behold these gorgeous tea and coffee pots. The collection from Paul Smith respects the integrity of the original design with tea and coffee pots in hand polished stainless-steel [...]

Amazing modern coffee table concept design “VIRA Breeze Series” by Svilen Gamolov. The item is part of Breeze series of furniture. Materials: plastic or aluminium. Dimentions: W: 91 cm., D: 91 cm., H: 40 cm. The product is currently looking for producers.

Never have a broken umbrella again.  The Senz Weatherproof Umbrella withstands up to 40 mph winds due to it’s aerodynamic shape. Quite the conversation piece when you’re standing at the bus stop.

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