Design Quarterly

Design Quarterly

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

 

HelloDream Lovely Animals

Good design can bring the new experience to the daily life, and designers believe the HelloDream’s Lovely Animals Vacuum cup is just that kind design. Designers inspirited by Lovely Animals for the cup shaping and to coat light and bright trendy colors for cup coating, and all of them make the product adorable. The most brilliant design is the cuteness rabbit dog and cat cup cap which rabbit ears turns into the cup handle, The dog was wearing a scarf, The cat tilted its ears. And the good quality ensure the cup endured the cup weight of full filled water.

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Exquisite Moon Dreamer

The design is inspired by typical garden scenery in southern China and blends special elements of moon-shaped gate, Taihu stone, ancient window with assorted flower patterns and rippling lake view. The linear handler bridges both sides of the pot, just like the Broken Bridge at West Lake in Hangzhou. Under the “bridge” is water wave opening away circle in circle, creating a peaceful, quiet yet dynamic artistic experience at home. It creates such an experience that you may completely taste eastern aesthetics while making and drinking tea every day.

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Wei

As a way of life in China, drinking tea has a long history already. For the trend of many young people's getting used to drinking tea nowadays, team of Wushi is trying to present a minimalist and personal style of tea tray design. The shape is gradually changed on a plane, which increases the layer sense of the minimalist modeling and satisfies the natural elimination of the tea under the tea-making scene. The machining accuracy of the 3mm edge is guaranteed by the use of CNC, which can realize the original design principle.

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Tri Chapter

Tri Chapter tableware set is a drinking collection for people’s daily break time. Inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), mutuopia tries to bring the power of tranquility to people’s drinking rituals. Pulling away from the time & space currently inhabited, let people experience a magical journey from bud to neuron. Triangular and circular shapes are being played in both two-dimension and three-dimension to build sharp yet mellow forms with sleek lines and sinuous surfaces. Discretionary concerning about ergonomics, mutuopia makes this set functional, durable and as well as delicate.

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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 Homemade

Homemade allows everyone to craft a Pepsi where and when they want with quality ingredients and no artificial sweeteners, blending flavor and sparkling water to their preference. The design language of the pods, bottles and packaging is clean, light and joyous. The Pepsi globe recurs in the shape of the pods, the simple logo treatment and in graphic silhouettes that resemble bubbles. The font of the logo has a hand-scribbled, human feel that emphasizes the homespun quality of the product.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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