Don’t judge a book by its cover, I guess that goes for this box. Cube 6 is not just ordinary box, six stools can come out from it. Amazing, huh ? Just take a look at the pictures, you’ll understand how this work. Each stool is made from birch plywood and maple and the cube is 350 x 350 x 350 mm when slotted together. But if you think six stools are too much, there is smaller version box available, this smaller box contains only three stools.
Design Studio’s submission to iGreenSpot is another interesting, educational, and eco-friendly way of cooling and adding some color to your kitchen. Instead of wasting energy in playing various cooking game over the internet or in your computer memory, why not play the Let’s Play Cooking. Packed in an eye-catching packing, playing Let’s Play Cooking is extremely simple and fun.
Design Studio said:
People who think cooking is a burden, or boring or dull will be gobsmacked how much fun it actually can be! Cooking is an experimental, cultural, exciting experience – and with “let’s play” it’s easy and fun!
With its universal design, “let’s play” takes international cuisine to everyone’s kitchen as an easy cooking game. Greek, Italian or Thai recipes are surprising, cool experiences you can share with friends, family or kids.
Divided in 3 nationalities and 4 levels, each packaging holds a unique, traditional, tasty recipe and a special herb mix fixed on the back of each package, adding an exclusive taste to every recipe. On the front of the package, the players will find 2 sets of playing cards: question as task cards.
Up to 4 players can play – starting with shopping for ingredients. Opening the basket, tearing off the ingredients list and start filling in all the game elements is the next step. Wherever you want to cook, the game is then played with the 2 card sets. First, one of the players should read out a question card to the player on his left. If her or his answer is correct, the player will keep the question card and carry out the task written on the task card number 01, keeping this card too. In case the answer is not correct, the player who asked the question should carry out the task.
The cooking process is the surprise element as the process is only revealed when the task cards are played (eg. chopping carrots; mixing the sauce with the herbs, etc). The cards have different value points. The player with the highest score wins the game!
The question cards are culturally related to the recipes´ nationality. The “let´s play” kind of way, cooking is not only a playful and simple experience – it is even educational!
The packaging design is unique, colorful and customized. Each nationality is identified with a traditional pattern printed on the central ring and the cooking levels are represented by different color codes.
“let’s play” brings life to your kitchen – a playful get together experience mixed with the pleasure to enjoy a tasty homemade meal.
From : DesignStudio
Many of us are now interested in helping save the environment as answer to the constant call of combating global warming. People from all walks of life have their own ways of saving the environment. Designer Milos Todorovic is just one of the great designers that used their talents and love for mother nature in designing eco-friendly products. With Milos Todorovic, he had designed a trike Oophaga. The Oopahaga is a pedal powered vehicle that comes with a futuristic design making it sleek enough to be one of the head turners as it hits our busy streets. Being a pedal powered transportation mode, carbon emission will be drastically reduced.
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