Product Design Magazine

Product Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Magic stone

Magic Stone is much more than an household appliance, is able to create a magical atmosphere. Its shape is inspired by nature, thinking of a stone, smoothed by the water of a river. The water element is symbolically represented by the wave that separates the upper from the lower body. The water is the key element of this product that through ultrasound atomizes the water and the scented oil, creating a cold steam. The wave motif, serves to create the atmosphere through the LED light that smoothly changes colors. Stroking the cover you activate the capacity button that controls all functions.

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T-Box2

T-Box2 is a new technical device to integrate Internet, multimedia and communication, and offer home users diversified interactive services including massive Internet content play and HD video calls. Connecting STB to TV in the family network environment, user can rapidly upgrade a common TV to a smart TV, which brings family users excellent AV entertainment experience.

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EcoTouch Ai1 Air

Ai1 stands for "All in One". This heat pump provides the perfect complete solution for single family dwellings. The outdoor unit displays an innovative design which complies with aesthetic demands as well as those for accident prevention and child safety. The touch display with the new software Easy-Con allows easy control.

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CAST

The oven was designed to be integrated within the wall and is characterized by a flat surface. A recessed edge that runs the perimeter of the oven works as a handle. This choice was driven by the unpleasant presence of standard handles in common ovens, which often represent a contrasting visual element with respect to the existing kitchen’s furniture and style. This minimal look was made possible thanks to Beko's touch screen display technology which allows the user to interact with the appliance.

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CAST

The hood was developed to perfectly integrate within the exiting architectural structure of the kitchen, but also to be coherent with the full range of appliances. The minimal gesture of the hood aims to update and extend its standard use, allowing the user to perform other functions at the same time. The hood was designed as parallelepiped in which a section was subtracted in order to be used as a shelf for storing various objects and tools. It is an optimization both in terms of functionality and technology.

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CAST

The cast-iron single pan support recalls a domino system. Each stove was entirely produced using cast iron, both for gas burners and countertop, and thought as a single unit, to give the consumer the possibility to personalize his own cooking top; for this reason they are particularly suitable for wide-open space kitchens. Moreover, its form allows different compositions and gives a high level of flexibility for any kind of kitchen where it is installed.

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