The Design Blog

The Design Blog

The Design Blog featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Jig-Saw

With urbanization being what it is, the ever shrinking kitchen has become a crowded place. Jig-saw allies the kitchen's complex and numerous needs with a dwindling space, without compromising, but rather enhancing aesthetics. The tiles placed on a pre-stainless-steel surface over the wall stripe, between counter-top and cabinets, are magnetised, mobile, removable, interchangeable and especially functional. Cutting board, Tray, Scale among others are morphed and custom-tiled on a wall, maximizing space, increasing practicality and adding personality to one of the main spaces in a home.

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Biclip

For many years paper clips are used for attaching papers to each other temporarily. Now "Biclip" uses the same concept for attaching the wheel and the frame to each other in order to increase the security of the bicycle by allowing the cyclist to lock the frame and the wheels separately but simultaneously and with only one lock.

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warm Sheath

The design is used for protect people’s hands from freeze in cold weather. The design inspiration from cabbage, Cabbage is wrapped by leaf layers, which is not easy to blade inside is damaged by external forces. We use this element in the umbrella’s handle. that simulation principle of cabbage’s leaf layers. This is a kind of umbrella suitable for protect people’s hands from freeze in cold weather. The handle material using silica gel. The material can reached the effect of design, make the design smart

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Cans'n Caps

Cans'n Caps are designed to re-use every aluminum beverage can in several different ways. It adds various functions to used cans with each different cap.Every minute an average of 113,204 aluminum cans are recycled while around 100,000 cans are thrown away and end up in landfills. Cans'n Caps offer a simple but efficient way of reusing these aluminum cans by turning them into functional and fun objects of everyday life. The design goal behind this project is to reduce aluminum can waste in nature by re-using them, while raising environmental conscience among people around the world.

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Glow

Nescafe Decaf's "Why Not?" campaign paved the way for the first glow-in-the-dark print material ever to be produced. A cup of great tasting coffee during the evenings can be very enjoyable as with the experience of our readers once they land on our print ad. In a lit room, the material shows a Nescafe Decaf pack with the headline: “Sarap ng Kape” ("Great Tasting Coffee") When lights are turned off, the moon and stars glow along the new copy that reads: “Sarap ng Kape…Lalo Na Sa Gabi!” ("Great Tasting Coffee...especially at night!")

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Ropo

Ropo is a self balancing dustpan and broom concept, which never falls down on the floor. Thanks to the small weight of the water tank located in the bottom compartment of the dustpan, Ropo keeps itself balanced naturally. After easily sweeping the dust with the help of the straight lip of the dustpan, users can snap the broom and the dustpan together and put it away as a single unit without the concern of it ever falling down. The modern organic form aims to bring simplicity to the interior spaces and the rocking weeble wobble feature intends to entertain the users while cleaning the floor.

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