Two in one, ready for the different stages of growth, Pod Cot and Junior Bed enclose the whole class and style of modern design Highlighted by a great attention to detail, in a stylish and functional. Cot Pod is a cradle-shaped ‘cocoon’ with a transparent wall decorated with stars cut. Easy to assemble and clean, is easily transformed into the product reaches the age when necessary to impose different requirements. “Junior B” add and remove the need, without changing the aesthetic impact with a sense of continuity also useful in the rest of the furnishings. Nice find Heather.
I think Noosh is Australian. The concept is simple geometric fabric colored foam childrens furniture. A three piece set with your choice of fabrics valued is $677. They have also been smart enough to pair up with Amy Butler for the patterns, she is the best. (Great find Heather)
Puyo is part of Honda's cars with no discernible edges line. PUYO is said to be a Japanese onomatopoeia expressing the sensation of "touching the vehicle's soft body." It is meant to convey a warm, friendly impression and bring together 'clean', 'safe' and 'fun' functionality in an environmentally responsible, people-friendly minimalist design featuring an ultra-high efficiency, small frame and fuel cell technology. Even the drivetrain's minimal — a joystick for intuitive operation are all designed to gently support occupants' senses. Interesting, but what is with the color choice?
Jens Risom’s original 1941 collection is a classic understated Scandinavian design. Risom’s tables display the sturdy, straightforward construction and shapes that embody his distinctive style. The collection includes the round dining table, the square and round side tables and the amoeba-shaped coffee table. Danish-born Jens Risom immigrated to the United States in 1939 and designed Knoll’s first commissioned collection, including a range of simple birchwood chairs in 1941. After World War II, he founded his own company and was among the first to manufacture furniture consisting of interchangeable standard components. Risom was knighted by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark in 1996. Cool view too.
This isn't the new format mentioned below. I think this version came out in 2010. Although interesting, the whimsical, bubbly form is running against all current design trends. It reduces the perceived value and creates a feel that, while fun, seems low tech and dated. I think LD instant prints probably still have a market but the device form ought to let the result be the focus not the housing. That is tough for designers to do. That being said, given Polaroid's condition it is impressive that they are still taking big swings like this.
The colors they chose are too toy-like and primary but the iphone style configuration and the placement of the controls are well-done. It is a subtle evolution but it is interesting. I think that they need to lose all of the exterior surface graphics too. Someone told me the other day that Polaroid is making a similar version.
According to their marketing team this is "Original iceberg water from Greenland. The bottle is unique in the fact that it has a glass stopper. it protects the purity of the water, which is harvested from the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier in Greenland. untouched for hundreds of thousands of years. It is the purest water in the world."
CES time again. According to CNET's review "The Logitech Revue with Google TV is loaded with potentially game-changing functionality, but its high price, numerous caveats, and current assortment of bugs make it best-suited to early adopters--at least until promised firmware fixes become available."