Category Archives: Dining

CARIVINO – The Only Insulated Wine Bottle With Glasses Inside


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Designer: CARIVINO

Categories: Dining | Outdoor | Kitchen | Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Carivino is the world’s most advanced wine bottle. It’s an all-in-one portable wine experience. Good wine, fresh air, lasting memories. Continue reading CARIVINO – The Only Insulated Wine Bottle With Glasses Inside

Equilibric – 3 in 1 Water Saving Balanced Colander


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Designer: Barista & Co®

Categories: Appliances | Dining | Kitchen | Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: The Equilibric colander reduces the amount of water needed to wash your fruits and vegetables by 60% – all while removing twice as many contaminants! Continue reading Equilibric – 3 in 1 Water Saving Balanced Colander

Notch


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Designer: Nicholas Baker

Categories: Dining Product Design

Year: Present-2020

Overview: The Notch collection, inspired by the elegant functionality of Scandinavian design, brings simple solutions to the table. Continue reading →

Nanopack


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Designer: René Walk

Categories: DiningProduct Design

Year: 2031-2040

Overview: Nanopack is a new way to pack your food and leftovers in handy, cube shaped packages. It consists of googols of tiny nanorobots which have the ability to Continue reading →

C+D (Cook+Dine)


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Designer: Zhiyuan Zheng

Categories: Dining Kitchen Product DesignTechnology

Year: 2031-2040

Overview: In current information era, wireless technologies are linking people together with a distance. However, it also becomes an excuse for not meeting each other. I believe, the technologies in the near future should embed in such a way that bonds people physically and emotionally, while hiding its form in the background.

Studies show that individualism leads to people living alone till an older age. This brings the problem of eating and cooking unaccompanied. In this situation, many people gradually get into unhealthy eating styles, such as consuming too much fast food.

C+D takes advantages of social computing, proposing a “new” lifestyle of cooking and eating together. With the ongoing trend of posting photos and videos of food on many social media, why not turn this into a motivation for actually gathering together! By using supporting services, these messages become more intriguing that eventually leads to the action of users visiting each other more often. These positive actions will also accumulate virtual points for users, which can be exchanged with discounts or similar privileges offered by Electrolux. In this way, an eco-system of healthy lifestyle is formed. With further researches, more detailed proposal of this product-service design will be shaped.

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