Karolina Tylka of the Polish design studio BEYOND, has created this adjustable Coffee Bench. ‘The idea is about supporting smart use of space. The inspiration came from the need of having a coffee in the garden and no space to place the cup or newspaper. Space of seat and table is adjusted by rotating elements of the bench.’
Wooden Apple Speaker by Motz for iPhone, iPod, iPad Made of wood and 100% handicraft products, this Tiny Wooden Apple speaker produces rich sound. Includes a USB connector for charging and a standard jack to connect to audio sources.
Designer Bomi Kim brings us a cool design to the common instrument used to indicate, keep, and co-ordinate time with his Meaning Of Time creation. Also Kim designed the Tactile MP3. The 5 basic controls necessary to master your music are raised bumps, something like braille. The idea is you can control your music all by the sense of touch. (via Yanko Design)
The fadeout chair’s legs seem to gently disappear, as though the chair stands in a pool of mist or fog. The chair’s back and seat are wooden, and the clear acrylic legs are specially painted by craftsmen so that the wood grain appears to gradually fade away. Usually, our perception of furniture is strongly affected by the space around it. The fade-out chair turns this relationship on its head: we can change the look and feel of a space simply by placing the chair in it. This was our attempt to design space itself through furniture. Click here for the link.
The Light Blubs are a series of crystal lamps, designed by Pieke Bergmans, in cooperation with Royal Crystal Leerdam. The lamps are all unique handcrafted crystal pieces, equipped with leds by Solid Lighting Design.
Empty Memory is a jewellery collection that works as USB memory stick, targeting the market gap between hand-crafted accessories and consumer electronic goods. Each piece was casted with high- quality 316 stainless steel, hand-polished by craftsmen and finished with coloured gold; the inner part contains a hi-speed 4GB Samsung flash.
The TAGGED NAPKINS are paper napkins where you can write your guests’name. Its design is inspired in the sticker art phenomenon. “Hello My Name Is” is one of the most used stickers among urban artists, to leave their print in the cities. Link here.
The ‘soft block‘ cushion series by Japanese studio Torafu architects offers a solution for rearrangeable furniture. Modeled after concrete blocks in diverse designs, the modular pieces can be composed into a variety of configurations. The cushions utilize the ‘fine revo’ foam material by asleep. (via Designboom)