Life Design Magazine

Life Design Magazine

Life Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Oiless

How could people enhance their life quality of eating by reducing oil in dinners? But make this process unconscious and optimistic? For this requirement, this plate got inspirations from existing habits of reducing oily sauce- press food, scrape sauce off and use rice to absorb sauce. In this way, this designer just changed the plane bottom into a soft spiral bottom. A little change but a huge enhancement.

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Norlan Whisky Glass

Inspired by nature, digitally crafted, and meticulously refined with a master whisky distiller, the Norlan Whisky Glass has been designed to capture whisky's complex flavors and aromatics and deliver them to the senses like never before. The featherweight, double-walled structure features specially developed protrusion forms inside the glass. When whisky is swirled within the bowl, these forms generate a standing wave shape, increasing the surface to air ratio and rate of oxidization, thereby reducing the presence of ethanol for more expressive aromas and an improved drinking experience.

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N1 Series

The N1 Series is a story of balance and precision. A minimal hollow-handle design ensure these knives are well balanced and naturally fit a chef's grip. Each knife is forged from high-alloy steel that is both wear and stain resistant with high edge retention, but also hard and strong enough for the fine edged blades to feature a keen Asian style edge. All the knives are securely housed in a wooden knife block that is designed to emphasize the lines and silhouette of the N1 Series while adding natural texture and warm tones to the narrative of the knife set.

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30s

The 30s Wine Glass by Saara Korppi is particularly designed for white wine, but it can also be used for other beverages, too. It has been made in a hot shop using old glass blowing techniques, which means every piece is unique. Saara’s goal is to design high quality glass that looks interesting from all angles and, when filled with liquid, allows light to reflect from different angles adding extra enjoyment to drinking. Her inspiration for the 30s Wine Glass comes from her previous 30s Cognac Glass design, both products sharing the shape of the cup and playfulness.

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Hidro Mamma Mia

Hidro Mama Mia is a socio-cultural rescue through Italian gastronomy. Extremely easy to use, it is light and compact, easy to storage and transport. It allows safe high productivity, providing a pleasant cooking experience to the family into every day's life and friends interaction. The engine is totally integrated to the transmission set, offering power, robustness and safe use, providing also easy cleaning and support. It cuts dough with different thickness, being able to prepare a variety of dishes: pasta, noodles, lasagna, bread, pastry, pizza and more.

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Suggestions

Suggestions it is not just about shapes. It helps chefs to express and create by fusing shapes with gastronomic ideas in each piece. Tired that the starting point was always the search for formal ways, both geometrical and properly finished, Suggestions puts the focus on other points of inspiration based on the observations and questioning with regard to: The presentation of the chefs ideas. Handling by the service crew. Handling by the customer. Acceptance of shapes by the user and the chef. Ways of having an event where food is an important part. Visual, artistic and sensual tendencies.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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