Design Quarterly

Design Quarterly

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

 

Acacia

The "Acacia" honey dipper is the result of a research into the sweet world of honey and mathematical structures generated by 3d software. I designed an object suitable for the use with different kinds of this delicacy. The hexagonal structure of the honeycomb forms an empty sphere joined on a conic stem to compose a single steel object. "Acacia" was designed to sweeten hot drinks or accompany side dishes with the desired quantity of honey.

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Pepsi Spire 3.0

Pepsi Spire 3.0 is a state-of-the-art touchscreen fountain dispenser that transforms today’s beverage pouring process into a new, engaging consumer experience offering up to 500 beverage combinations. Spire 3.0 utilizes a personal 15.6” touchscreen and combines it with an integrated ice dispensing capability within a medium footprint that provides versatility to fit into various restaurant types.

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PepsiCo Beverage Station

The PepsiCo Beverage Station at PepsiCo’s Purchase headquarters is one of the flagship designs that allows users to customize their own beverage through mixology. Positioned as an arc, the layout creates a surprise moment of discovery, gradually displaying the touch-screen interfaces of the Spire fountains in an array that is impressive and inspiring. A black Corian background seamlessly integrates the equipment, allowing the touch-screen engagement to become the primary sensorial experience. The façade allows customization and integration in the surrounding environment of the interior space.

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Caleb's Kola

Caleb’s Kola was made from simple ingredients, starting with sparkling water, fair trade cane sugar and kola nut extract. The small group of cola lovers who created Caleb’s Kola made hundreds of batches until they got it exactly right—with unique and delicious citrus and spice notes, bubbles that are exactly the right size, and a unique effervescence. The label design aesthetic ties to the simplicity of the product’s ingredients.

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Osoro

OSORO's innovative character is to combine the quality of high-grade vitrified porcelain and its typical ivory-colored glossy skin with the function suitable for preserving food in the refrigerator or freezer and for cooking with steam oven or microwave. The simple, modular shape with its various elements can be stacked to save space, flexibly combined and closed with a multi-colored silicone O-Sealer or O-Connector so that food stays well sealed in it. OSORO can be universally used eliminating the need for our daily life.

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Hopt

Hopt is a delicious clean soda fusing hop extracts with natural flavours and less than half the sugar of leading regular soft drinks. Through 'lean start-up' methodologies like rapid prototyping and extensive quantitative research, Hopt's multifaceted user-centred design unfolded. Over 15 features are built into each bottle, all offering specific benefits to the user considering their functional, social and emotional needs whilst socialising. Crafted by a team across Melbourne, Tokyo and Auckland, including agency partner Shine, Hopt was created in 2013.

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World's best designers, artists and architects.

Good design deserves great recognition. Everyday, we are pleased to feature amazing designers who create original and innovative designs, amazing architecture, stylish fashion and creative graphics. Today, we are presenting you one of the World’s greatest designers. Checkout an award-winning design portfolio today and get your daily design inspiration.

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