- The Ultimate Mobile Printer
- The Very Visible Traffic Lights
- Easy Pain Relief
- Giveaway: Five Days, Five Watches with Touch Of Modern – Today is TW Steel TW128 Watch
- Winner Crowned for Electrolux Design Lab 2014!
Posted: 17 Nov 2014 07:21 AM PST
So how about this … your phone case also doubles up as a portable printer. I like the concept and logically speaking, we are seeing many new practical designs that support portable printer – scanners that are pint-sized. Taking it a step further and cramming it as a Smartphone cover is an eventuality. Just a matter of time! So we have it on paper now … let the drum rolls begin…
Designers: Eunji Jeong and Nayoung Kim
Posted: 17 Nov 2014 07:16 AM PST
Panorama Traffic Lights are easily visible to pedestrians even if it is hidden behind tall buses (and other bulky vehicles) at the signal crossing. It is designed in a manner that increases the signal's visibility across various viewing angles. It enhances road safety by cutting down accidents and ensuring that crossings are safer. Love the design and wonder if this is the solution we are looking for.
Designers: Kyung Ok Jeon, Sim Hye Yoon, Park So Yeon & Lim Ju Hee
Posted: 17 Nov 2014 07:15 AM PST
I've just been through a painful patch of wound dressing and using awkward bandages, which is why I know that an improvement in design is needed. Although meant to be used as a Pain Relief Patch (for muscle pains), The Rolling Patch concept can be extended for all kind of bandages and First Aid dressing concepts. You can alter the length of the patch and trim to the requisite length, avoiding wastage and promoting easy application. Super!
Designers: Eun-ji Jeong & Na-young Kim
Posted: 17 Nov 2014 12:23 AM PST
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Contest Closes: 17th November 2014 – midnight PST
Posted: 17 Nov 2014 12:01 AM PST
Bonjour de Paris! MAGICAL is the only word to describe the climax of this year’s Electrolux Design Lab… & no better place could play host to the big finale than the most magical city in the world! After months of development, 6 finalists from around 1500 submissions found themselves fighting for the top 3 spots with one grand prize winner of €5,000 & a 6 month paid internship at an Electrolux global design centre. Hit the jump to watch the a replay of full event or skip to 2:00:00 to watch Yanko’s Troy Turner get up close & personal with the designers! And… the 2014 winners are…
1st – Pan Wang (center) for Future Hunter Gatherer
Pan Wang’s winning concept, Future Hunter Gatherer, is a virtual grocery shopping experience inspired by nature. It projects a hologram that lets the user play a game to gather food by fishing, hunting or gathering the food from nature. The information of the collected food in the game is then transmitted to the local grocery store or market, that in turn gathers the goods and deliver them to the user's door.
Pan had this to say about the concept: "I find that there is a lack of connection between people and food sources, as buying food from super markets is so easy, people have lost knowledge of where the ingredients actually come from. I was inspired by the traditional way people collected food, the hunter-gather period. By simulating nature, bringing an element of gamification into food preparation and connecting this with the food suppliers, learning about food and buying groceries becomes a fun and educational activity for the whole family."
"In an educational, honest and playful way, this concept addresses issues of ecology and consumer awareness related to the food supply chain in an urban society," said Lars Erikson, Senior Vice President Design at Electrolux and Head of Jury.
Below is a full video of the live event, including all 6 designers’ presentations, questions from the Jury, the crowning of the winner as well as a special and intimate interview session with each of the finalists from Yanko’s Senior Editor, Troy Turner. (Skip to 2:00:00 to watch the interviews!).
The 2014 EDL Jury: Lars Erikson, Senior Vice President Design at Electrolux, Margareta van den Bosch, Creative Advisor at H&M, and Robin Edman, Chief Executive of SVID (Swedish Industrial Design Foundation)
Yanko Design’s Senior Editor, Troy Turner, chooses public Twitter-submitted questions as part of the Electrolux #AskFinalist contest. The 10 tweeters with the best questions each received an Electrolux Ergorapido!
Finalist Leobardo Armenta presenting Pure Towel
2nd Place Winner Fulden Dehneli presenting Lotus
Finalist Kovács Apor presenting PETE
Finalist Sorina Răsteanu presenting Set to Mimic
3rd Place Winner Michał Pośpiech presenting UrbanCONE
1st Place Winner Pan Wang presenting Future Hunter Gatherer
The EDL Jury deliberates…
Pan Wang wins the top spot in the 2014 Electrolux Design Lab!
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