Sake Bomb is an innovative and stylish cup holder that delivers the experience of more than enjoying a beverage and sharing the fun with buddies in a more intuitive manner. The name came from the American modernization of drinking a shot of sake into a beer pint and this ceramic container avoids the traditional shape of a cup holder. Having a shape somewhere between a Japanese blowfish and a WWII mine, it includes four tiny cups placed outside and is insulated naturally to keep the sake hot. Aside from great functionality, this cup set will boost the décor of any tabletop.
The Moving Kitchen concept has been designed to move anywhere, even in a tiny sized kitchen, and allows easy cooking as well as eating outside the house. There are many hidden functions of the product that will surely amaze the users, and the same time will prove very much functional. Under the tabletop dish, an induction has been placed that is meant to be used for cooking. There are folded tables on both side of the moving kitchen on which users can put dishes and other ingredients of cooking. There are trays to move food from one place to another and contains storage space for cooking materials along with wheels on the bottom for easier movement.
Sara Gulyas, a Hungarian designer has submitted her project PIKKPACK shoes. She’s been working with leather for more than 10 years and after experimenting with footwear for sometime, she wanted to create shoes with minimal amount of material and include you, the wearer, in the shoe making process. The name itself came from a Hungarian play on words which mean “piece of cake” with inspiration that came from old Hungarian shoe called “Bocskor” (pronounced: BOTCH-core) which was traditionally made from one piece of leather.
This is like DIY shoes kit, it comes with a flat piece of premium quality leather and cotton lace. You can easily transform the leather into usable footwear by assembling it with contrasting cotton lace, it is lightweight and flat packed, perfect for both women and men. It’s an innovative footwear design that promotes the use of less material and shipping cost.