The world around us is changing, and even the most casual things may look totally different tomorrow. But today we can see some hints for those changes. So, are you ready for the future?
You can put your most valuable things in this solid closet. The author, Dutch designer Maarten Baas got inspired by automotive industry and created his masterpiece from plates of stainless steel.
In the shape of this finger ring the designer Evelyn Huang repeated the shapes of modern architecture. This jewelry has won the designer competition Red Dot Award 2010.
It’s not a puzzle, it’s a handmill for salt and pepper from the designer duo Design Wright. It’s another prize winner of Red Dot Award 2010 competition.
Just believe that it’s a fan. Only without blades. Genius engineers of Dyson company constructed it in a way that the stand takes in the air that is distributed afterward via the holes in the ring. The device is 15 times more powerful than a normal fan.
It looks that British designer Thomas Heatherwick cannot stay long in one place. Otherwise why would he invent this unusual chair?
This strange curve is in reality a shoe. London architect Julian Hakes this futuristic pair of shoes almost without a sole from carbonic fibers. The shoes called Mojito rocked London Fashion Week.
This is a concept model of a new energy saving refrigerator. It is supposed to be attached to the outer wall of a house and work on solar energy. In the winter it’s going to stay naturally cool , thanks to cold weather. The project of French designer Nicolas Huber entered final top 10 of Electrolux Design Lab 2010 competition.
Filling stations for recharge of electromobiles are going to look like this in the nearest future. The king of French industrial design Yves Behar developed the looks. It’s not a science fiction, first GE WattStations may appear in Europe already this year!
This is a mixer tap Smart Faucet from iHouse, though it’s a bit difficult to call this smartest device a tap. It can do so much! Even recognize the face of his owner, produce the water of your favorite temperature, check e-mails and display outside temperature.
We can see a baby of a star of British design Ross Lovegrove – a transparent concept car that works on solar batteries. According to the author, such cars will be parked on poles so not to occupy parking slots, and in the meantime they will illuminate streets in the evenings.