LONDON – Designs of the Year 2015 is back with its eighth edition with a whole new range of designs from all over the world – ranging from products, fashion to architecture – the entire exhibition showcases 76 best of the best most inspiring and innovative design projects. Be sure to catch the exhibition now on till 31 March 2016, Design Museum London.
^ Miito designed by Nils Chudy and Jasmine Grase, reimagines the electric kettle. Using induction technology, it deconstructs the familiar form to allow users to heat only the water that they need. Save energy, and just heat the water in the cup itself!
^ DIY Gamer Kit designed by Technology Will Save Us, UK
^ Of Instruments and Archetypes designed by Unfold, Belgium, with Penny Webb, UK and Jesse Kirschner, the Netherlands. Special tools designed for manual measurements that will be transmitted wirelessly in real time to onscreen digital 3D models. How sick is that?
^ Current Table designed by Marjan Van Aubel with Solaronix is a table that photosynthesises electricity.
^ Project Daniel designed by Not Impossible USA is a South Sudan lab that 3D-prints prosthetics! The possibilities!
^ Dragonfly chair designed by Odo Fioravanti and manufactured by Segis Spa, Italy. Dragonfly-inspired chair by the imbalance in weight distribution between the front legs and the tail of a dragonfly.
^ Last but not least, repping the +65 is the Brydge Air iPad keyboards.