Design Quarterly

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

 

helloGoodness

Known as HelloGoodness, two side-by-side vending units coexist: one dispenses our better-for-you beverages and the other our better-for-you snacks. The design simplifies the vending experience by providing a clean surface with a framing element that visually ties the glass areas between the two units. Consumers want more choices for what they eat and drink on the go, and HelloGoodness offers a fresh interpretation of the traditional vending experience by helping to provide the choices they want.

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Mesoglea

"Mesoglea" is a concept for a 3 d printed cup. Its form is inspired by deep sea creatures, the Mesogleae, to which also the Medusae belong. Similar top their translucent body plan, the cup has ac piece in the inner cavity that can hold a solid piece of your long drink, like a lemon for example. As the lemon is fixed by this central piece, the dissolution inside the drink is accelerated. Following the movements of the medusae, the beker can also be used inclined position, remembering thus of a floating medusa.It is made from 3d printed translucent filament plastics with coating.

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Sodamaker LIMOBAR Edge

Revolutionary design of a new product line of soda maker Limobar. Its minimalistic appearance and the overall simplicity of use makes the maker perfect helper at home while preparation of soft drinks. The design of soda maker is revolutionary. Apart from the competitors, which have mostly rounded design, contrary soda maker LIMOBAR EDGE has angular design. Soda maker LIMOBAR EDGE brings the unique solution of esthetic kitchen appliances.

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teapotmug

Inspired from the tea-loving commonality between Japanese and British cultures, this multi-purpose ‘mug teapot’ uses ceramic’s natural property of insulation and extends its capabilities with the design addition of the tea-light module: Using a traditional kitchenware material with a modern twist. Having no handle the teapot reduces its use of space in the cupboard as well as it enhances its simple and minimal look. Using a wool cover protects hands from the heat and gives the teapot mug an original yet educated look going a step further than the usual teapots.

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Freaktion

The brand was thought to be different from the category, from the positioning to the design. Differently from the competition, this beer has a typographic visual identity with friction elements on its logo. The use of dark backgrounds contrasted by the magenta color also helps to differentiate it in the craft beer segment, what adds authenticity and modernization, at the same time, a classic aspiration of an extremely premium/gourmet product. Its 2 sub-brands use freak characters to amplify the concept. Their colors, icons and and info carry consistency and remembrance to the consumers.

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N1 Series

The N1 Series is a story of balance and precision. A minimal hollow-handle design ensure these knives are well balanced and naturally fit a chef's grip. Each knife is forged from high-alloy steel that is both wear and stain resistant with high edge retention, but also hard and strong enough for the fine edged blades to feature a keen Asian style edge. All the knives are securely housed in a wooden knife block that is designed to emphasize the lines and silhouette of the N1 Series while adding natural texture and warm tones to the narrative of the knife set.

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