May 25, 2010
Design by some very creative minds:
It wakes you up without any sound. Just wear the 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. [Yanko Design]
Made out of parallel bars of metal and over 300 newspapers folded and stacked next to each other [designed by Oscar Lhermitte]
[via unica HOME]
[via design milk]
It’s made of foam and becomes an armchair when you sit down. Designed by Taiwanese designer Yu-Ying Wu. [image via design milk]
Designed by Décadrages, this bed can be slid up when not in use saving up to 30 square feet… totally rocks for small places! [image via: GIZMODO]
This wall clock harkens back to traditional mechanical clocks. The copper digits are mounted onto a bicycle chain to place emphasis on the cyclical nature of time… [via unica HOME]
Looking great when not in use but after showering for a long time, they will rise to force you stop showering and save water!
Designed by Lila Jang.. I heart!
Designed by Florence Architect Guido Ciomp…
[image via: Contemporist]