Osmothèque is Jade de Robles Rossdale's procedural kit that enables users to create scents based on a textual message
What does the phrase “I love you” smell like? How about “I hate you?”Jade de Robles Rossdale‘s Osmothèque is an interactive laboratory that translates WhatsApp messages into smells by utilizing a unique formula that deconstructs texts into basic emotions and mixes fragrances attributed to said emotions based on the varying levels and degrees of the feelings.
Designer Lucy Jones' clothes allow paraplegics to dress themselves and move more comfortably
Advantage Blocks is a manual by Parsons student Lucy Jones meant to let people make clothes for people who are bound to a wheelchair or have physical disabilities.
The Nest Project creates city-ready homes for birds, with pencil shavings serving as nest materials
Amid the noise of city life, some sounds are harder to hear, such as the chirping of birds. Without their natural habitat, songbirds leave urban areas for greener pastures, woods, and parks. Fieldwork Facility, a UK-based design firm, hopes to change that through The Nest Project, an initiative to bring birds back to cities by encouraging people to work in pencil for a single week.
Make out with or deep sea dive into your morning brew with the Coffee Lid: Take Kiss Out, Subsea Coffee or Goat mugs
Korean designer Jang WooSeok invites you to get intimate with your java with the introduction of his latest project: the Coffee Lid: Take Kiss Out. Designed to look like a kissy mouth, the lid introduces a new style of contact that mimics the sensation of making out. Be it a horn, submarine or a fresh pair of lips, a growing trend toward the way people indulge in drinking coffee is emerging.
KÜSS will be filled with shredded pieces of customers' catalogs and features a design by Charles Kaisin
To celebrate the arrival of the new 2016 catalog, IKEA is recycling its old catalogs and using the shredded material as filling for a unique new cushion. KÜSS has been designed by the internationally-renowned Belgian designer Charles Kaisin.
Mighty Mug Barware will keep your glass standing with its brand of grip technology
Accidentally spilling wine on your new carpet isn’t a great way to cap off the night. Neither is toppling over a glass of beer on your laptop. But did you know that accidentally knocking over your mug may never be a problem again? Mighty Mug Barware will save the day with its revolutionary answer to spillage.
Designed for the Picnic 2.0, the Atelier TERATOMA breaks apart into a table, cup holders, tray and thermal cushions
Taking a look at pop culture or the ambitious nature of SpaceX and Mars One makes it pretty obvious we’re obsessed with the future. So it’s not a surprise that Atelier TERATOMA (aka Eugenio Fernández and Victor Nouman) has taken it upon themselves to design an astronaut-inspired backpack for urban dwellers.
fuseproject and British Gas are bringing a connected home to millions in the UK via an everywhere-friendly design
The thermostat recently got a much needed redesign when Swiss designer Yves Béhar and his fuseproject team worked with British Gas to develop and construct the Hive 2.
RAM House is seeking to devote a section of your living space to a Wi-Fi, cellphone, and radio-isolated lifestyle
Genoa-based design research collaborative Space Caviar, in cooperation with Bolzano’s storage and organization company Prokoss-Mobilrot, have made a space whose architecture serves as a nod to the curtain of the future. The RAM House is capable of filtering out electronic signals, the type necessary in our visions for the connected home.
PSFK's video details how Inquisite helps high school students take their next professional steps based on personality, passions and preferences
If you had access to the most powerful computer in the world, how would you use it to help people live, work and play better? PSFK and IBM Watson have been collaborating through The Good Data Contest to discover how IBM Watson’s capabilities can improve the lives of communities everywhere and spark a conversation around what cognitive computing will mean for our future.
The Phoenix Mark II Jacket has pockets that fit an iPad Mini, a small notepad and some pens
This jacket is described as having been “tailored specifically for creative professionals and technologists.” The creation of artist and designer Michael Mulvey, the Phoenix Mark II jacket is adapted to life in today’s world.
EverBlock are modular building blocks that translate the functionality of a LEGO set to an endless array of adult-world scenarios
EverBlock lets adults build furniture from nightstands to bookshelves to disaster relief shelters out of identical, interlocking blocks similar to a LEGO set. Structurally and conceptually, they’re nearly identical to their smaller counterpart—though they come in a narrower variety of shapes and sizes.