We often take electricity for granted, because it’s invisible and intangible, but please take a minute to consider how much it helps in our everyday life. Zwei21 Interioricity lamp has been designed in respect of electricity, let’s face it, we really depend on it and hardly can survive without it. Electricity can become dangerous and complicated technical thing but on the other hand, it helps us operate so many electrical devices to make our life easier, from coffee maker to washing machine.
Keeping this in mind, these two industrial designers from Zwei21 have developed Interioricity lamp, a simple lamp combined with an extension cord.
“Colored textile cables, plugs, lampshades and joints can be combined and placed in various constellations. The extension cord with the plug works as a cable storage on the wall. The setting can either consist of one single cable or there can derive up to three cables from the joint. The ends can be equipped with electric plugs or LED lamps. All lamps and plugs can be hung or placed on a desk. Metal frames hold the lampshades in position.”
Futuristic 2030 Rolls Royce Eidolon concept car features unique seating layout to demonstrate how users can drive and interact within the vehicle, thanks to autonomous technology equipped in the car. It’s a design study that was inspired by the luxury brand as most wealthy people love to be seen in large luxury cars even though they have to face city maneuverability issues. This concept car solves the issues with omni wheel technology, it creases its dimensions without compromising its maneuverability.
Luxury cars usually feature long body which might cause problems when driving in the city. By applying advanced omni wheel technology, the wheelbase no longer dictates the maneuverability of a car, instead, now the car length determines city friendliness of the car. Turning radius of a standard sedan is around 11m, but with this technology, the radius becomes 0, even 6-meter long vehicle equipped with omni wheel would be more maneuverable compared to normal c-segment sedan.
We always love portable gadgets, even a washer goes portable now. LOTOS is a compact, little power washer which is developed for mobile use. Smaller cleaning jobs can be settled with an amount of 12 litres of water. The product consists of a tank, a motor device and a spray-pistol. Easy handling is guaranteed by an innovative and flexible water-tank system. In empty and idle state LOTOS can be packed and stored space-saving. The required spraying power is created by a strong lithium-ion accumulator. LOTOS has received the IF Concept Award 2008, contact the designer through his website for more information or collaboration