Eco Bath System by Jang Wooseok

Eco Bath is a dual water-tank designed primarily to recycle water rolling down from a washbasin. It is composed of two key parts including a left part having recycled water, while the right part comprises of tap water. It looks just like a regular water-tank when looked outwardly, except for 2 levers plus a single LED. The LED turns green when the left part is filled with recycled water so that the user can pull the lever to use the recycled water and flush the toilet. On the other hand, the LED turns red, indicating it is not full yet. Thus the user can pull the lever to make use of tap water for flushing the toilet.

Designer: Jang Wooseok

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

Eco Bath System

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Blu Wave : Blu Ray Player with Built-In Projector

Blu Wave is an innovative concept device that features a Blu-Ray player along with a built-in projector. The wave shaped compact design of this device allows better space management and comprises a flexible touch screen on the surface which makes a unique and interesting communication between the user and the device. The disk compartment is located on top of the upper surface and the powerful projection has been envisioned to come from the thicker edge of the device. The hallucinating print on the surface reminds that of a tiger which will really be appreciated by the users.

blue wave player with projector

blue wave player with projector

blue wave player with projector

Designer : Omer Sagiv




UVO : Urban Vehicular Ovalon by Alexei Mikhailov for 2021

For the future, it seems that single passenger mobility unit is becoming more and more popular idea. Designed by Alexei Mikhailov, UVO (Urban Vehicular Ovalon) provides the needs of urban vehicle in more and more crowded urban environment. This vehicle has a unique oval form with 2 parallel axis that geometrically is an all-rounded balanced enclosed body, like an egg. It looks stylish, futuristic, compact, and inviting. It features drive link technology that allows a UVO vehicle to synchronize its formation with other UVO vehicles using proximity radar technology while driving. This way, UVO vehicles will move along the same path without using up all of the road lane and still have the ability to leave the cluster at any time. Hopefully that this unique feature of UVO can provide efficient driving dynamics which finally could reduce traffic and congestion.

Designer : Alexei Mikhailov

UVO Inner City Megapolis 2021 Vehicle

UVO Inner City Megapolis 2021 Vehicle

Alexei explanations:

“The design of the vehicle, is defined as a single passenger mobility unit, for inner city megapolis commute for the year 2021. UVO uses an advanced fuel cell technology, with two efficient electric motors in its wheels. The magnets in the motors, act as stabilizing gyroscopes in maintaining the vehicle up right, once in movement and braking. The wireless energy transformers are rechargeable parking hot-spots for UVO vehicles across the city. They re-charge the vehicles wirelessly using electromagnetic induction technology whilst the vehicle is parked. Partnered with holographic head up display projection, the interior is the control center of the new driving experience of 2021. The controls of the vehicle consist of motion sensitive arm holsters, these units are responsible for maneuvering and accelerating the vehicle with ability to stop at the touch of a motion. Driving a UVO, is ever more alluring and entertaining for young and elderly generation of tomorrow.”

UVO Inner City Megapolis 2021 Vehicle

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UVO Inner City Megapolis 2021 Vehicle

UVO Inner City Megapolis 2021 Vehicle

UVO Inner City Megapolis 2021 Vehicle






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