The collection of simple wooden tools are designed to improve functionality in the kitchen.
"we were originally inspired by bhutanese crafts. their wooden everyday tools seem to have layers of stories and thoughts. we concocted that with our scandinavian design heritage and our idea-lead, no fluff design philosophy - and this little invention was bread. "
It is a art project from the University of Cincinnati's DAAP design school.
Bottom drawer slides out to support oven door
Oven door opens to expose seat
Stove-top converts into ottoman to complete lounge
Side drawer opens to expose ottoman cushion and ottoman legs
*Even comes with a functional battery powered clock to power original clock interface!
It is a chair, and it is flexible, by cutting wooden chairs in such a way become flexible. It is the "Spring Wood" designed by Carolien Laro, a graduated student at the Arts Academy St Joost. The chair has 480 CNC-milled cuts, which rovides a more giving surface for your ass to rest on. It took her more than 600 hours to made a functional prototype. The collection includes a three-seater bench and three stools, one on wheels, one without and another with folded steel legs, all with pliable wooden seats.
"ThThe manufacturing process uses the finest epoxy resin system and 550,000 psi tensile carbon fiber. The carbon fiber features a 2 x 2 twill pattern, the weave looks absolutely gorgeous!"
"The ultimate protection for the most extreme conditions at the highest altitudes. Our guides have 28 Everest summits among them. This is what they wear on summit day. "
- Biodegradable Rain Poncho
- Material: Potato starch
- Comes with several seeds of Mediterranean shrubs
- Size: 122 x 94 cm / 18.6 x 36.7 inches
- Color: White
Dai Haifei, 24, a newly graduated architect, decided to make his own egg-style home after being unable to afford Beijing’s sky-high rental prices. Built for just $960, the egg-shaped house is portable, and features a water tank, a small bed, and a lamp powered by a solar panel on the top of the structure. Haifei successfully lived in the structure on the street for a few months until local media attention forced him to abandon his tiny bamboo palace.