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London-based designer Joshua Renouf has designed The Barisieur, an ingenious alarm clock that wakes you with the sound of bubbling water and the smell of freshly brewed coffee or tea.This beautifully designed alarm clock includes the 'coffee maker' system,...
For her ongoing series entitled "Branding destinations", Bucharest-based graphic designer Raluca Popescu has created a series of creative logos using symbols that cleverly replace a few letters from various city names.She started with her hometown, Bucharest, thinking how the...
Slovakian Laššák studio has designed a series of furniture in the shape of miniature blocks inspired by the Slovakian prefabricated panel buildings called 'paneláks'.The collection entitled 'Panelák' consists of three pieces including a commode with three drawers, a wall...
Bratislava, Slovakia-based design team studio MEJD has designed a traditional water well inspired lamp, called Well. The principle behind the mechanism is very simple, the wooden handle allows the bulb to be drawn up or down like the bucket...
This minimalist and creative night light lamp was created by industrial design student Nicholas Baker. It's design was inspired by the classic see-saw, all that’s required to turn the light on or of is a simple tilting motion."The goal...
New York-based design studio Pelle has designed in 2008 a collection of wood candle holders which contain four different designs. 1.Tod candle holder- the Tods feature a sliver of 24k gold along a segment of the wood grain.2.Dorit candle holder-...
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