Emmanuel Babled has designed a collection of furniture, lighting and vases made from glass and marble called Osmosi. “Osmosi is an edition by Emmanuel Babled. It consists of glass and marble pieces, marrying the two materials into sculptural objects, furniture and lighting. The project is in the border between manufactured products and one off sculptures. The functional aspect is present in each unique piece.” Take a look!
Industrial Design from BeautifulLife is always fresh and interesting news about newest creations in the sphere of industrial design. In this section we aim to collect together everything the most interesting – new designs, amazing concepts, industrial inventions that are already produced in various industries and many other that have relation to industrial design. Section Industrial Design on our website has several subcategories: Stylish Stuff, Gadgets, Concepts, Robots, Packaging Design. There were taken away in other sections Automotive Design, Bike Design and Boat Design, though they have relation to industrial design.
Young Italian architects Giulia Bortolotti and Lucio Leone, who are based in New York City, shared their latest project called Wooden Letters, which consists of an alphabet of letters that can have everyday applications. For example, this set of B-O-O-K is intended to serve as book storage. The letters are handcrafted creations by skilled woodworker artisans using water-based paint and sealers.
Bill Playso, the head of the Australian lifestyle brand Playso, designed the Koo Koo mailbox in a stylized shape of a bird to bring some fun to something that’s normally relegated to simply functional. Working with industrial designer Justin Hutchinson, the avian themed mail holder came to life, making it designed and manufactured in their homeland of Australia. I love how the wing is open to hold magazines and larger mail. Have fun!
Unusually-shaped sea creature Cirrata, a suborder of octopuses, was a source of inspiration for designer Markus Johansson. His glowing, delicately formed lamp is meant to light up the “darkness of the ocean.” The tentacle-like base creates the illusion that the fixture is floating across the surface it sits on, or the ocean floor where the idea was born. Who would have thought this lamp was made from Corian, that solid surface material most often used for kitchen and bathroom countertops. Take a look!
We’re always looking for new eco ways to get an energy and the following device developed by Kyuho Song & Boa Oh offers it. Called “Window Socket” it’s a direct plug socket that uses solar energy. Simple in design, the plug just attaches to any window and does its job intuitively. At the moment it’s just a concept and we have to wait till this extremely useful device will be mass produced. Take a look!
Take a look at the creative packaging design by Kira Koroknai, Budapest . As a starting point, Kira’s goal was to create a minimalistic and eye-catching design which fits to the extant identity of Csetvei Winery. "With the black and white pattern, I wanted to reflect on the wine’s characteristic and full-bodied taste. The other aspect of the designing was to create the unity of the label and the bottle.I wanted the bottle design to be a part of the treat of drinking wine, that’s why i chose the full bottle design instead of a classic label form. This way, the bottle also becomes a part of enjoying the wine. It creates a personal experience as the drinker holds and turn the bottle around while having a chat."
LSTN is a startup based in West Hollywood, CA. They produce unique, eco-friendly headphones with top-quality sound that are individually handcrafted from reclaimed wood with acoustic properties that outperform synthetics. Their collection consists of earbuds (The Bowery), on-ear (The Fillmore) and over-the-ear (The Troubadour) headphones handcrafted from reclaimed exotic beech, cherry and ebony wood inlays. Prices vary from $50 to $150 – you can buy them here. And each pair of LSTN Headphones sold helps restore hearing for a child in a deaf school. Take a look!
In a childhood of almost any kid rocking toys took a special place. These were horses and other “animals” and we loved them. In modern times we want for our children something more creative and industrial designers take into account our wishes. Take a look at the modern interpretations of the traditional rocking toy – Rocking Moto and Dark Horse by NextOfKin Creatives. Each applies a touch of classic styling to a ultramodern form with abstract shapes and materials like carbon fiber. With interchangeable heads, they’re even customizable for role playing other characters!
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