Due to his dissatisfaction of the new Honda NSX design, Andreas Fougner Ezelius tried to come up with the redesign version. You can read his explanation below.
This project was a pretty quick one. I have thought about doing a remake of the classic NSX for quite some time. I wasn’t happy with the Acura/Honda new NSX because I think it lost most of the proportions and styling of the original car. So I created this. As with all my projects I aim for the less is more approach. I try to strip down my design to the bare minimum and on this project I focus only on the exterior. I tried to retain the very low profile and almost fighter jet like cockpit from the original car. I wanted a certain 90s vibe to it but at the same time make it feel modern. I think most cars nowadays get lost in tons of details and I would like to get back to beautiful, simple, purposeful shapes.
The colorful presentation comes from months of darkness in Sweden. I simply need a contrast to winter
People who have lost an arm are dealing with difficulty when they have to wash their hand properly, thus, giving the idea of designing Angel faucet. It’s designed especially to help these people wash their hand comfortably. Based on researches and interviews, most people in this situation ask one of their family members to rub their hand on a towel. Angel faucet is a sensor-activated tap with a removable scrubbing pad on its top surface.
Designers : Yang Shuai, Cui Chengtao, Wang Shuai, Lin Shuo, Liu Shaolu
At first glance, you might think that this is a camera, but it’s not, it’s an oven, a revolutionary new oven called Inspiro. Electrolux Inspiro oven launches this week with technology that you might say can be the future of cooking. The auto focus camera like in this oven is a heat management that sensors what is to be cooked before calculating the temperature and time needed. Rather than just measuring the air temperature with a thermometer and regulating it with a thermostat, the way a conventional oven operates, Inspiro uses sensors to calculate the precise combination of energy consumption and time needed to bring the food to the correct temperature. This is similar to the way cameras now automatically set aperture, exposure time and focus, depending on the light and what�s in the frame.
How does it work?
To cook a lamb joint, for example, select the category �roasting� via the touch control, then choose whether the joint should be rare, medium or well done. The oven indicates which level to put the tray on � in a cold oven.
From that cold start, Inspiro calculates the energy consumption and time needed to raise the temperature of the meat to the desired level. That information is then combined with its database of professional cooking techniques to calculate what combination of heating modes is required (top, bottom, side, hot air, or grill) to ensure the desired result.
When the cooking sequence is finished, the oven stops, and alerts the chef that the food is ready. Or if you prefer manual oven, Inspiro can also operate like a conventional oven by selecting manual mode.