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Boombastic surround sound or single stereo


Earbuds for iPod and gang are good enough, but in the interest of avoiding ear damage, its always advisable to hear your music over normal speakers at least when you are at home. There are many options available in the market but the Designit Concept takes an edge because it offers the option of cluster or standalone.

The key words that David Granath takes to describe these sound clusters are flexible and mobile. Use single pieces or use a bunch of them together, the choice is entirely yours. Collectively they are ideal to create stereo or surround sound. The good news is that you can plug them into the wall socket for power or hook them to some cumbersome cables and then to a power source. Sound is transmitted via Bluetooth, Wlan and works with iPod and many other players.

Designer: David Granath

Silent Alarm Clock




Designer: Johan Brengesjo

Alarm clocks usually jolt us awake leading us to reach for the almighty snooze button. Silence is a conceptual alarm clock that allows you to program multiple alarms and wakes you without any sound. Each person wears a wireless rubber ring with an integrated vibration device that generates a tactile alarm. The snooze function is engaged by shaking your hand. However, each successive time you want to snooze, more movement is required, making sure you get to work on time.

Table side cooking for Electrolux






Design: Chris Fox

The Electrolux concept by Chris Fox is an adaptable cooking grill(s) designed to function as the centerpiece at your next dinner party. Modular plates can connect to form patterns and provide an interactive dining experience by encouraging guests to cook for themselves. Each has its own heating coil powered from a single cord by daisy-chaining them together.

Clean up is a cinch. Just remove the ceramic surfaces and rinse. They also store up nicely in an included cradle.

Touch Free Service





Designer: Carlo Casagrande

Efficiency and cleanliness are what’s on order with this serving tray design by Carlo Casagrande. His “Vassoio Monetti” design is about as minimal and effective a tool as it gets. Capable of holding most European sized demitasse and champagne flutes, this elegant serving tray even allows for touch free delivery of your precious liquids. No more, “waiter, your finger is in my coffee…” moments.



Designer: Ki-Seung Lee

Want to give your lap that extra little lift without resorting to Viagra? Now the perfect angle you are looking for is just a few pumps away. The “Airboard” pump action laptop surface by designer Ki-Seung Lee is intended to adjust your laps productive area to best fit whatever activity you are engaged in. Whether it be reading, writing/drawing or surfing the web for more lap puns, Airboard has your pelvic area covered. With a convenient built in pump, you may want to watch when and where you decide to make an “adjustment.”

Hang your chair




Designer: Philippe Malouin

“Occasional furniture”. The name should be self explanatory, but it is somewhat incorrect in most cases. These pieces tend to lie around the house, stacked in a corner, or in an unused room. When space is an issue, as is the case for most European city dwellers, an object such as a folding chair will clutter up the precious available space.
The Hanger Chair is a folding chair based on one of the ultimate storage systems: the modest hanger. It allows us to store clothes in an orderly fashion. Most houses or flats are equipped with a wardrobe to receive the object.
By morphing the function of the hanger with that of the folding chair, a new hybrid is born: a Hanger Chair that has a function, even when not in use, to store our clothes in an orderly fashion.

More infos on www.philippemalouin.com




Designer: Christian Maas

For those of us not of the botanical persuasion and do not practice photosynthesis to get our nutrient fix, I present to you the “Lichtinfusion” Lamp from Christian Maas. This lamp design is a compelling and evocative visual double entendre, reminding us all that light is life and blocking out the sun is still a bad idea, no matter what George W. Bush thinks. Power cables are ingeniously disguised as rubber tubing found of intravenous units. One feature I was disappointed to not see included are a set of wheels commonly seen on actual intravenous units making it easy to move this light source down the halls while you expose your back side to the world. I can imagine really creeping out the neighbors by switching out the white light bulbs to red bulbs showcasing your blood lust or horror movie fanaticism.

Further details on: www.christian-maas.com

Abracadabra bookmark



Designer: Jung-Hyun Lee, Won-Sik Chae & Rhea Jeong

The ABRACADABRA bookmark aims to make finding where you left off and opening to that page easier. I didn’t know it was an issue but now I hate my ordinary paper bookmark. The ABRACADABRA contains an air-filled chamber, half of which is flattened by the weight of a book. Squeezing the exposed side inflates the concealed side lift the page just enough for your finger to slip in.

And just for fun and giggles, old ABRACADABRAS can be arranged on a paper pot. Yea, a paper tree, a paper pot, and graphics that look like something else.

« Endless Nile » table by Karim Rashid





Designer: Karim Rashid

A consortium of Egyptian interior design companies, including Amr Helmy Designs, came together to form the Design Republic of Egypt brand, intending to develop interior solutions combining Egyptian creativity with international design trends.
This new design, while inspired by the past, deconstructs conventional table and seating concepts to recombine them in an original and contemporary solution.
The Endless Nile table is inspired by the slow and perpetual flow of the Nile river.
Having a wooden base with a steel structure, the white Dupont Corian brings fluidity into the design and clearifies the lines and its structure.

Dimensions: (l x w x h): 210 x 180 x 78 cm.

Visit: www.karimrashid.com Distribution via www.frame-digital.com

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First Price ex-aequo « Dining in 2015″ competition
design by : andrea cingoli + paolo emilio bellisario + cristian cellini + francesca fontana from italy

designer’s own words:
Turn your favourite office tool from your desk in a common cutlery…this is din-ink. A set of pen caps, including a fork-cap, a knife-cap and a spoon-cap, that replaces the normal pen cap during lunch time! All caps are made by annually renewable resources, like natural starch and fibres, to be 100% biodegradable and atoxic, warranting the best alimentary use. Dispensing each set in a compostable packaging the whole set is designed to respect the environment. Now give your office ballpoint pen a good excuse to be gnawed by your teeth: use them for din-ink.


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