Design Quarterly

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

 

LOFOTEN WATER

Lofoten Water, Winner of Best Tasting Water 2016, is Arctic natural drinking water and made to reflects the beautiful and unique Lofoten Islands with its unspoilt landscape of rugged mountain peaks, deep fjords and sheltered inlets. To capture and articulate the purity and premium character of Lofoten Water required a structural design and graphic expression of both prominence and nuance. This was achieved in the juxtaposition of a bottle that moves from a slender body of horizontal lines to delicate shoulders, alongside the contrasting angles of a cap inspired by the mountain peaks of Lofoten

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Water Prism

With a 45 degree slopping bottom, the regular glass divides into two triangular sections. When the glass cup is filled with water, the top section becomes a water prism allowing sunlight passing through to project a “rainbow” on table. This design intends to encourage people to find, observe and create the beauty of nature in life. Further more, it can touches your heart with an unexpected beauty in such a fast-paced society in China.

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Erdnussschütte

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SoulSpice

SoulSpice offers high-quality organic spices. So the packaging design needed a premium feel while reflecting the brands’ sustainable and natural philosophy. In contrast to traditional spice brands, Studio Grau created a packaging design that reflects the spices´ inherent value and colorfulness, with unique hand-drawn patterns for each spice. The beautifully designed glass containers encourage the custumer to reuse the glass and not through it away. The design focuses on the joy of good food, sharing and living with responsibility thereby staying true to the brand’s motto: Taste That Matters

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Jobs

Jobs display cabinet allows you to see things from another point of view, removing barriers to provide new experiences for operators and customers. Jobs is innovative in its construction and concept: the first showcase in the world without stand. All functions are condensed in 16 centimeters. It has strong character but is also a very discrete object that can fit anywhere. Jobs can display any type of food product, allowing for quality preservation, visibility, and total control of performance. Jobs can be easily guided and remote controlled on tablet with Upper app. In one word: flexibility.

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Diamond Wine Trivet

The Diamond Wine Trivet's construction in white oak is a modern reminder of the barreled aging process that transforms mere fruit into the nectar of the gods. It was created to cradle numerous bottles safely and be easily moved with its host. Also designed with scaling and multi-function in mind, it can be used to beautifully display and layer bottles on their side as wine is meant to be stored, or spread them out for display and selection.

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Good designs create value for society. Everyday we feature a special design project that demonstrates excellence in design. Today, we are pleased to showcase an award-winning design that makes a positive difference. We will be featuring more great and inspiring designs daily. Make sure to visit us everyday to enjoy new good design products and projects from greatest designers worldwide.

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