Design What

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

 

Lucylle

Moving in the wind Lucylle creates the fascinating game of light and shadows that imitates fireflies twinkling dance, allowing the nature reveal itself in the urban landscape, giving a feeling of spiritual beauty. The weightless and airy device does not overload the surroundings, creating only light accents, attracting looks. This allows you to integrate it into projects with a wide variety of tasks, forming a unique space. The lamp made of an eco-friendly aluminum base with two conductive rods made of tempered steel, feeding the diode, which is covered with a plate to reduce light pollution.

Continue reading

 

Time Lamp

There is no lack of functional or various types of decorative lamps in the market, but there is no interactive lamp that combines the function of lighting and timing. Lighting product with timing is a unique perspective for the solution. The solution helps the audience to break the stereotype of lamp market: turning on a light can also be so joyful. The shape of an hourglass expresses the essentialness of time.

Continue reading

 

TPH Cypress

The TPH Cypress has a simple and minimal shape in which paper is sandwiched between two inverted V-shaped trays and taken out from above. A beautiful paper holder made using the traditional technique Japanese call Hikimage with Kiso cypress. Kiso is famous for producing cypress. A metal fitting is attached to the back side of the upper tray. As a result, the weight is increased and friction is reduced, enabling smooth removal. Kiso cypress is highly antibacterial, has a very beautiful grain, and has a refreshing scent.

Continue reading

 

Obj01

The Obj01 lamp was designed during the pandemic, at a time when it was not possible to go outside, buy materials or visit production workshops. Manu wanted to design an object to inhabit his home during the pandemic, so he started making models using a cutter knife and cardboard boxes from online purchases he made, since cardboard was the only material he had at home. The design process was focused on generating simple cuts on cardboard sheets and through those simple cuts generate new functions or uses for the object. In this case the idea was to generate a lampshade through a simple cut.

Continue reading

 

Parachute

When listening to Coldplay's first album, it suddenly occurred to the designer to look up the word parachute. It seems that the name parachute comes combining the Italian parare (to protect) with the French chute (to fall). Yusuke Watanabe thought that was a rather fine name. Yusuke Watanabe tried to think of devices that protect against falling. When in use, the plank for the section being used falls, and hangs there. Their coat, their magazine and more this protects them from falling. The sight of looking down on their parachute from up above is rather pleasing, too.

Continue reading

 

Canopy by Hilton

As with each Canopy, the one in Hangzhou Jinsha lake is also a glocalized lifestyle hotel within Hilton's portfolio integrating simple service and local culture. As with Asia's first hotel of this brand in Chengdu, the lighting design intent also aimed to reveal the local elements found within the hotel as well as the iconic and unique canopy bed frame of the guestrooms.

Continue reading

 

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.

Continue reading