Life Design Magazine

Life Design Magazine

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

 

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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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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Pastoco

This pie chart plate enables fresh couples to grasp how well balanced their foods are roughly, without weighing foods or counting the nutritional value. The team targeted fresh couples for this plate. They tend to eat unhealthily in their new married life. Because the new life with partner enhances appetite. At the same time, they don’t want to trouble each other to care about their foods too much. To solve the problems, the team aimed to balance controlling their diet easily with enjoying to eat. And they achieved it getting inspiration from pie chart, the symbol of balance visualization.

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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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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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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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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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