Product Design Magazine

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

 

DishDrawer™

Fisher & Paykel Appliances debuts the new models that are quieter and more energy and water-efficient than ever including being Energy Star certified. They are more durable, thanks to rigorous testing for 20 years’ of continuous use and thoughtfully designed with an emphasis on sleek lines and quality construction. Models can incorporate clever features such as flexible stacking and sanitize mode. The newest generation shows Fisher & Paykel’s dedication to continuous improvement and innovation.

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Liquid Architecture

The family of water dispensers are developed in-line with a new scientifically infused brand identity. Led by an arrangement of layered geometries and a diagonally imbued composition, the object finely establishes clues of minimal architecture. The front’s gently carved scoop blends seamlessly into the contrasting finishes that materialise the appearance of water, surrounded by the crisp scientific architecture. Wholly designed with busy households in mind, the products are greatly accessible with a spaciously offset spout allowing for a larger variety of container sizes.

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Iron Dryer

The increment of Single Household is a global phenomenon. Even One fourth of Korean live alone. Single Household face several difficulties including small space, relatively less income and frequent move. However, ‘Iron Dryer’ which combined steam iron and hair dryer in one body can lighten economic and spatial burden of Single Household. Users can use this product as a hair dryer daily. and when they need steam iron, they can easily put steam iron parts on top of the main body. So that It is very efficient in terms of Space and Economy, because you have one for two crucial purposes.

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65X5 ECHO

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Sauna Habits

According to different sources, traditional wood-burning sauna stoves have one of the highest emission factors among residential heating appliances. The suggested solution includes a structure that makes the airflow circulate inside the stove to provide a better heat exchange and effectively burn combustible gases and particulates. The core is made of fireproof concrete, that resists temperatures high enough to achieve almost total combustion of wood. Its properties to accumulate and radiate heat for a long time allow using less wood.

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