product design

Sunlight reflects off the streamlined curves of vintage Electrolux vacuum cleaner

Electrolux was the first electrical appliance manufacturer to produce a horizontal-cylinder vacuum cleaner. Its flexible hose made it possible to clean in places other floor models could not reach. In 1924, the Electrolux vacuum cleaner was successfully introduced in the U.S.Read More →

Osterizer Retro Classic

The Osterizer from 1953 is still a popular classic blender. Even though they were originally designed for home use, they now feel like high-tech caterers’ equipment.Read More →

iF Jurors

Celebrated and Valued Design Competitions iF International Forum Design GmbH organizes the iF DESIGN AWARDRead More →

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It was through the Gallery that Chou’s emerging practise of design developed. For its minimalist style and transformational architectural ideas, his design for the spare, but the multi-functional gallery was recognised. The first projects by Chou were the homes and offices of Archive art patrons.Read More →

Tucker Viemeister graduated from Yellow Springs High School in 1966, went to two different colleges. He ended up studying industrial design at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, from which he graduated with a degree in industrial design in 1974. Read More →

model AC74 radio

The Radio (model AC74) designed by Serge Chermayeff (1900 – 1966) is a beautifully designed with elegant rounded curves. Read More →

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George Sakier (1897 – 1965) was a multifaceted artist who worked as an interior designer,Read More →

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Brandt’s tea infuser is an essential object of the Bauhaus. Only three inches tall, its diminutive size is the result of its function. Unlike conventional teapots, it is intended to distil a concentrated extract that can produce tea with any desired strength when combined with hot water in a cup.Read More →

Designer: Richard Sapper The first espresso coffee maker that hasn’t been unscrewed for more thanRead More →

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Matali Crasset – French Product Designer. Crasset’s childhood on a farm undoubtedly influenced her distinct design style. Read More…
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Marilena Boccato

Marilena Boccato is a designer from Italy who worked in Treviso and Padua. In 1967, Boccato began her professional career. She collaborated with Gian Nicola Gigante and Antonio Zambusi.Read More →

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Barware – Everything you need. With our selection of barware, you can create an authentic bar experience at home.Read More →

Rolodex

The Rolodex is a desktop card file system. In the 1940s, Arnold Neustadter’s Company ZephyrRead More →

101 Things I Learned® in Product Design School featured image

An engaging, enlightening, and cleverly illustrated guide to product design, written by experienced professional designers and instructors.Read More →

Lego - ABS featured image

ABS (acrylontrile‐butadiene‐styrene) was one of a slew of modern plastics that appeared in the aftermath of World War II. ABS sheets may be injection moulded, blow moulded, thermoformed, or vacuum-formed to create solid content.Read More →

Ashoka Table Lamp by Ettore Sottsass

For the introductory 1981 MEMPHIS set, the Ashoka table lamp is an early Ettore Sottsass lighting masterwork as iconoclastic a light/sculpture as you can find anywhere!!Read More →

Chair and potplant

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Floss walls

The following are a selection of some of the best design stores in the world. These stores offer a selection of the most beautiful product examples from the decorative and applied arts;Read More →

Zeiss-Werk, Jena, East Germany (DDR). Werra I camera. c. 1955–60

Although designers, critics, theorists, and historians have offered countless definitions of ‘good design for centuries.Read More →

Notus Remote - Red Dot Designer Winner

Notus Remote – Red Dot Designer Winner for 2018 an example of quality product design.Read More →