Renault Twin’Z Concept by Ross Lovegroove

Renault teamed up with Ross Lovegroove has unveiled this unique Renault Twin’z Concept at Triennale of Milano. This creation underlines Renault’s Design strategy to explore new design languages by examining our nature, they learn about nature’s system and energy. This project goal is to bring awareness and understanding of our actions that can impact nature. The main idea is to bring “playful” theme into your car, imagine a spacious cabin which is truly passenger friendly.

The wheels and tires are both designed as a single entity with cool glowing green finish for the wheels. Its solid central core boasts branches that strike out towards the rim. Developed by Michelin, the tire continues the same pattern to create harmony between these 2 functions.

You would also notice distinctive LED light patterns of Renault Twin’Z, the headlight looks like eyes that communicate with positive, alert expression.

The sequence of LEDs continue from the grille to rear bumper through the roof. You can see unique pattern of light flowing towards the head lights and then climbing up over windscreen pillars then go back down to the rear bumper. It’s a magical effect that brings Twin’Z alive.

Designer : Ross Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Instead of conventional door mirrors, this concept car uses an integrated video camera that has been aerodynamically liquefied within the body.

The interior of Renault Twin’Z concept is very roomy, the double floor pan makes high up driving position, thus allowing drivers and passengers to benefit from great view of the road and surrounding environment.

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove

Renault Twin'Z Concept by Rozz Lovegroove




Digital Smart Measure Cup Features Removable LCD Screen

Tired of using measuring cups of various sizes to measure different items? Well, it’s time to clear the mess out of your kitchen and start using the Smart Measure Cup. With necessity and invention together, the smart measure cup designed by Ryan Eder and Chris Daniels proves handy in needful situations and wipes off your measuring worries. This Smart Measure Cup is set to hit the stores this fall. As the name suggests, this innovative product helps you measure food items with ease. A petite backlit LCD screen in the molded handle displays both unit type and volume accurately. It even allows the user preset the volume before measuring. Another inspiring feature of this measure cup is its alarm that alerts you in case you exceed the volume already preset. With a removable LCD screen, you can clean the cup hassle-free. Avail its unit conversions and convert the volume prior to measuring with the smart measure cup.

Designers : J. Ryan Eder and Chris Daniels

Smart Measure Cup

Smart Measure Cup

Smart Measure Cup

Smart Measure Cup

Smart Measure Cup




BoPhone M Concept Combines the Power of Samsung with Bang & Olufsen Audio Speakers

BOPhone m concept was inspired by the legendary Bang & Olufsen (B&O) and Samsung. The design integrates the B&O high quality speakers, beo link, the power of Samsung Galaxy S2, and full aluminum body. It features many great things just like any other smartphone. We love the sleek and thin design of this phone, we just hope the body won’t give plastic-ish feel.

Designer : NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

BoPhone M Concept by NAK Studio

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