Whatever you put on the Lightable by Too Many Designers is going to be illuminated by the embedded LED's inside the table. It seems that your hands get wet though when you touch this table (the guy in the clip cleans his hands after touching the table). That's why I'd still prefer the DeLightTable or the iBar. Watch the video. via Related News: - Colour Changing Couch - Interaction Design Pillow - Clever Dinner Table
Today I visited the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. Here's one of the many videos that I shot there. It shows you the colour changing couch by Bruns. If you want to see more couches that makes use of light then the second clip on this page about the Lumalive technology will be of interest to you. Related News: - Philips Living Colours Lights - DeLightTable - Chairbag By PSlab
"FRAMED* transforms all spaces - whether private or public." Eigenlijk is FRAMED* vooral een platte televisie die je zijwaarts op kan hangen. Op zich niet zo bijzonder. Maar de koppeling met een online multimediaal kunstplatform kan ik wel waarderen. Ook het manipuleren van...
Voor sommige product-categorieën geldt dat ze met opzet van slechte kwaliteit gemaakt worden. De gedachte is dan dat die producten 'mode-gevoelig' zijn en dus ook geen hoge kwaliteit hoeven te hebben. Toch zijn er ook producenten die heel bewust kijken hoe...
This clip is about people and their desks. What does your desk look like? Why is it like that? (thanks to Linton)
Here are three clips of a dinner table with a really clever design.These tables are known as the Fletcher Capstan Tables. "It is a circular table which, when rotated at its outer perimeter, doubles its seating capacity, yet astonishingly remains truly circular." Related News: - Furniture From Outer Space - DeLightTable - The TouchTable
An impression of the Droog Design exhibit at the Milan furniture fair 2008, this years theme was "a touch of green" which looked at the whole green movement from a different perspective. Featuring designs from Pieke Bergmans, Tobias Rockenfeld, FormaFantasma, Gaële Girault, Jens Praet, SMAQ.
This interactive mirror features proximity sensors, gesturing, and both nearfield and farfield infrared. But forget all that technology talk and watch the video to see what it does.
These paper maestros are constantly redefining the traditional usage of the humble paper and taking it one step further with their ingenuity.
The seats, the table and even the TV in this clip have quite unusual shapes. This futuristic livingroom furniture was filmed during the Dutch Design Week this year in Eindhoven (Holland). Watch the video. PS Anyone here who knows the name of the person who made all this? Related News: - Loads Of Chairbags - Holy Cow! A Bookcase! - Interaction Design Pillow
A first-hand look at the Philippe Starck approach of new design concepts for the bathroom: 'Haute Couture for the shower'. Thanks to Linton for the tip!
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