CEILI AIR is meant to hang from the kitchen ceiling, bringing air filtration and dehumidification to one of the most popular rooms of the house. The height from which it hangs can be adjusted, and a light on the lower portion offers some space-saving ambiance. Fingers crossed that this student project becomes a reality.




Chess Vase


This organic, conceptual chessboard is a real stunner. XYZ Integrated Architecture and Manoshka Kipiani joined talents to create a beautiful piece of pottery – Chess Vase – designed as an abstract take on the classic, using live florals in place of rooks and pawns.





Nose Candleholder


While still a concept, Quentin de Coster’s NOSE is a sculptural candleholder that’s quirky and functional. The protruding “nose” is what holds the taper in place, while also managing to look modern and abstract when not in use.




Designer Baking Food Stamps


At this point these Designer Baking food stamps are only a concept, but wouldn’t you love to see them realized? The quote “bread and olive” led STUDIOLAV to design this set of stamps made out of solid olive wood, the iconic fabric patterns Pied de Poule and Tweed Herringbone transforming your bread, cookies, and pies into small haute couture baking marvels one stamp at a time.






Panama Banana


The unofficial start of summer is finally here, and it’s time to take advantage of everything we dreamed of during those long winter months. Agota Rimsaite has designed the conceptual Panama Banana, a dual-purpose piece of furniture that’s meant for relaxing as well as playtime. Turn it one way and you’ll be relaxing in a hammock, flip it ninety degrees and you’ll have a soccer goal!





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I love ritual, and Purpur looks like it would lend itself to such things instantly. Roxanne Flick‘s conceptual graduation project to create a tea set inspired by the beauty of nature and art is stunning. Using the form and behavior of the flamingo, Flick designed a kettle, teacups, and sugar and cream bowls made from porcelain, oak saucers and an oak, glass, and granite table.






Aditi Kapur / The Theory of Colours


Aditi Kapur‘s The Theory of Colours concept was inspired by the unlikely combination of her 10-month-old niece and Drake’s Hotline Bling video. The vivid, rich colors had her rapt and it got Aditi wanting to create something interactive, combining color theory and gel films.

“The Theory Of Colours is the interaction between geometric artworks and gel papers, producing fascinating results with colours that are as much fun as they are a learning experience for kids and adults alike. The process of using different combinations of gel papers with the artwork to arrive at a visual answer makes the prospect especially exciting for kids, owing to how naturally inquisitive they are.”









Basic House II


Basic House II by Martin Azua is a habitable space that’s foldable, inflatable, and reversible. The experimental prototype is constructed out of polyester and is currently part of MOMA’s collection in New York. This almost immaterial house self-inflates with body heat or from the heat of the sun, it protects from the cold one way and from the heat when reversed.







Layer-1-Design Crush


Like to change up your decor as often as you change your clothes? South Korean industrial designer Sohyun Yun has created a chair – Layer – made out of clear acrylic. It’s entirely customizable, inspired by our consumerist society where people buy things then quickly discard them once something new comes along.


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