Design Quarterly

Design Quarterly

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

 

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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Migo 1+1 Food Box

Migo 1+1 Food Box is an innovative design, which gives the user the purity of glass, for carrying and storing, without the weight or risk of breaking. The light weight glass container can be put inside the plastic container and be carried safely with confidence. These elements can also be used separately, either to store food in the home or for carrying outside, depending on the needs of the user. With ever changing lifestyles, the hybrid glass food container provides a flexible solution for food carrying and storing in a simple and user friendly design.

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Rising Shell

The Rising shell is a reflection on nature its pure logic and honesty that can be found in many constructions. This can be achieved by giving the object an opportunity to shape itself for the function it has. By only making incisions in the wooden materials, its true nature gets revealed as a functional bowl. The transformation, made possible by rubber technology, leads to an interaction between the final user and the used object. If the Rising Shell is not being used, it can be seamlessly folded back, only to have it open and rise up like a budding flower when it is needed again.

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Drink Beauty

Drink Beauty is like a beautiful jewel that you can drink ! We made a combination of two objects that were used separately with tea : Rock candies and lemon slices . This design is completely eatable . By adding lemon slices to rock candy's structure, its taste becomes incredibly better and its food value increases because of lemon's vitamins .The designers simply replaced the sticks that rock candy crystals were held to with a slice of dried lemon . Drink Beauty is a complete example of modern world which brings beauty and efficiency all together.

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Alsfeld

The facades of the old half-timbered houses inspired to creat this collection of cutting board. Each board has its size and function, and together they form a poetic interpretation of old German streets. All boards have a beveled profile for optimum grip. Milling on the board prevents juice from flowing down board.

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EVA tea set

This seductively elegant teapot with matching cups has an impeccable pour and is a pleasure to partake from. The unusual shape of this tea pot with the spout blending and growing from the body lends itself particularly well to a good pour. The cups are versatile and tactile to nestle in your hands in different ways, since each person has their own approach to holding a cup. Available in glossy white with a silver plated ring or black matte porcelain with a glossy white lid and white rimmed cups. Stainless steel filter fitted inside. DIMENSIONS: teapot: 12.5 x 19.5 x 13.5 cups: 9 x 12 x 7.5 cm.

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