Design Quarterly

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

 

Diamond Wine Trivet

The Diamond Wine Trivet's construction in white oak is a modern reminder of the barreled aging process that transforms mere fruit into the nectar of the gods. It was created to cradle numerous bottles safely and be easily moved with its host. Also designed with scaling and multi-function in mind, it can be used to beautifully display and layer bottles on their side as wine is meant to be stored, or spread them out for display and selection.

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Heaven Drop

Heaven Drop is a cinnamon roll filled with pure honey that is used with tea.The idea was to combine two food that are used separately and make a whole new product.The designers were inspired by the structure of the cinnamon roll,they used its roller form as a container for honey and in order to pack the cinnamon rolls they used beeswax to isolate and pack cinnamon rolls.It has Egyptian figures depicted on its surface and that's because Egyptians are the first people who realized the importance of cinnamon and used honey as a treasure!This product could be a symbol of heaven in your tea cups.

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Teanocchio

Teanocchio is a tea infuser inspired from puppet and made of stainless steel and covered by chrome plating, aims to change tea preparation and makes teatime events more delightful. Adding some fun and sense of nostalgia about old plays while preparing tea, makes an interesting user experience and causes user feels that he is making alive the character while drinking.

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Hello Goodness

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PepsiCo Global Cooler

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MARACA

I discovered that by shaking cream with 3 sticks containing gear-like shapes, it was easy to make whip cream. I called this device “Gear stick beater”. This beater has 3 flower gears in which the top gear is larger than the others. The reason for the top part of the big gear is so that people can use a rubber spatula and clean the shape easily.

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