The Zelator-28 takes home first place in the Airbus Cargo Drone Challenge for its super-streamlined yet highly functional design. Conceptualized for both deliveries and reconnaissance, the service drone features a sleek cargo compartment and nose-mounted camera. It hovers like a copter, flies fast and efficient like an airplane, and is adapted for speed and not just vertical climbing. For vertical maneuvering, it uses four T-Motor U11s with 7.5 kg max thrust. Utilizing a high powered T-Motor U12 21×33 propeller system with 11 kg max thrust, it’s aim is to get where it needs to be FAST!
Designer: Alexey Medvedev
As you scroll through the photos of this design, called MTO, you’ll notice the most subtle differences. Take a closer look and you’ll see that these slight changes also serve vastly different purposes! That’s the beauty behind this multifunctional office organizer (get it? MTO!).
A simple turn of the sides changes the functionality of the organizer, making it possible to customize it to your exact needs. Choose between different variations including money slot, key box, stationary kit, cable organizer and more! Handcrafted from solid wood, it maintains the same funky aesthetic no matter which combination you choose. Better yet, you can use it everywhere from your desktop to your entryway wall for instantaneous organization catered to your exact requirements.
The Pit collection of lighting objects are a minimalist take on familiar fragments from the candle world! Stripped to the very basic necessities, each design has a simple silhouette that looks great in a variety of places, modern or classic, from the desk top to the wall. The cord is actually designed to be mixed and matched, so you can use different cords with different bases depending on your needs and desired aesthetic. Designated as type A, B, C or D, each is available in colors of rust, green and steel as well as paired with vibrant, interchangeable cords that complete the design’s modern, playful look.
Designer: Kazuya Koike
Pit A features a shade for indirect lighting.
Pit B resembles a candlestick.
Pit C looks like a candleholder with its functional handle.
Pit D looks like a candle sconce and can be moved from wall to wall as long as there is a ring, nail or other hanger.
It’s so important now a days as we all are behind a computer screen for over 40 hours a week to get up and move around. It’s easy to fall into a sedentary lifestyle which is bad for our bodies, metabolism, spine and so much more. I personally just recently bought a stand up desk and the changes it has already caused in me are amazing. However, it’s hard to stand constantly without something to cushion or lean back on to take pressure off of my legs, feet and spine too.
The Experimental Standing chair project, by Ariel Levay, looks like an incredible solution to the too much standing, too much sitting problem. The chair was designed to help the user to have a variety of posture changes. It will allow for leaning, but also a position to help take weight off the feet as well. The chair was designed to be sturdy, and really has an elegant design that would look good in any modern office environment.
Designer: Ariel Levay
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Modulor offers a wide range of shapes and sizes thanks to the countless possibilities of positioning the supporting legs, in pewter or titan finishing. Dimensions Modulor snack, 2 legs, wood or laminate worktop: 150 x 80, 180 x 80, 210 x 80, 240 x 80, H.87,2 150 x 80, 180 x 80, 210 x 80, 240 x 80, H.92,2 Dimensions Modulor square and rectangular table, 4 legs, wood, laminate or ceramic worktop: 120 x 120, H.75 140 x 80, 160 x 80, 180 x 80, H.75 Dimensions Modulor round table, 3 legs, wood, laminate or ceramic worktop: Ø 120 mm, H.75 Dimensions Modulor elliptical table, ceramic worktop: 180 x 90, 200 x 100, 4 legs, H.75 250 x 130, 300 x 150, 6 legs, H.75