The Planter Table by Emily Wettstein is a rather unique and creative concept that really takes home furniture to the next level. The most striking feature of the table is the acrylic planter on the table itself that can be used for a number of different plants. The planter is also removable, and the original creation features wheat grass right on top of the table.
Unusable Products That Make You Go..Huh?
A good product designer should develop products that contribute to our lives, helping us as we try to make the best of it. Right? But sometimes we come across questionable products that leave us scratching our heads, I mean are they laughing at our expense? Take the case of Katerina Kamprani, an Athens-based architect and 3D modeller who, I am guessing, has an unique sense of humour.
She has created a series of everyday objects called The Uncomfortable. What she did was consider each object’s useful function and then set about rendering them absolutely obsolete.
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Gulping Yolkfish Egg Separator
Peleg Design has invented the ‘yolkfish’ a gulping goldfish that is capable of separating eggs. simply by squeezing the fish and gently bringing its lips to the top of the yolk, it quickly swallows it up as its mouth is released. carrying the separated part in its belly over to another bowl, it can be dropped out again with a small push.
Flexible Soft Lamp
Simon Frambach’s balloon-shaped Soft Lamp gives off a soft light and slight warmth, creating an illuminated cushion.
As well as providing a headrest, the lamp can be squeezed into gaps or trapped between objects where needed. It’s made from foamed polyurethane and shaped using rotation milling. The low-energy bulb within is protected by a cage so it doesn’t smash when the lamp is squashed. A red cord leads out the back to a power source.