Life Design Magazine

Life Design Magazine

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

 

Eleware

Eleware is a set of tableware based on the changing culture and ritual in China. It's designed to make the dining process more elegant and less embarrassing. It has three functions - hiding your face and bones when spitting out bones, using inclined bottom to help filter out oil on the food and helping people enjoy their soup like tea.

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Icy

The Icy cocktail glasses are designed for chilled drinks. Studio made drinking vessels are made in Finland by combining old Venetian tradition with Scandinavian simplicity. The design philosophy behind the series is to create Future classics: elegant, timeless and durable everyday objects that have charisma. The glasses gain their value from their high quality and design.

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One-Two-One

Impurities such as metals, rubbers and plastics must be removed during the glass sorting process which consumes huge amounts of electricity and manpower. And food container is the one needs to be sorted from other materials the most, because they consist of at least two different materials to make glass be sealed to keep food fresh. My design does not use any other materials except glass to form a confined space suitable for food storage. Using single material saves energy by reducing manufacturing steps and reduces the energy consumed during the glass sorting process.

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Sumu Series

SUMU is one of cutlery series made of zirconia. They do not interfere with the flavours of dishes as absolutely no metallic ions are released. Consequently, they never become the cause of metallic allergies. You can focus on your sense of taste as the thin, silky finish of the zirconia tip makes it easy to take hold of the food with exceptionally smooth feeling in and out of the mouth. The matte zirconia cutleries softly reflecting atmospheric lighting shall bring serenity to the dining scene.

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Utopia

Each piece of Utopia features a construction of different reliefs that adapts to the shape, inspired by Japanese geometries, enhancing it and giving it dynamism. The teapot has a lid that allows better handling because it fits perfectly to the hands; the cup of tea has a wider dimension to enhance the aromas of the beverage; the relief present in all the pieces was thought in a way to combine aesthetics with technology, beginning and ending subtly.

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Sake

The main targets of this product are sake fanciers and eating and drinking places that serve Sake. In order to incorporate the subtle and deep character of Sake into the product, Denso designed the structure so that switches and indicators do not stand out on appliances. Just mounting it on the Sake bottle switches this device on. In order to make it blend in among traditional Sake vessels that can also be enjoyed as works of art, Denso developed two surface treatments based on Sake cups.

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World's best designers, artists and architects.

Good design deserves great recognition. Everyday, we are pleased to feature amazing designers who create original and innovative designs, amazing architecture, stylish fashion and creative graphics. Today, we are presenting you one of the World’s greatest designers. Checkout an award-winning design portfolio today and get your daily design inspiration.

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