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.
Gift packaging for cakes (financier). The picture shows the 15-cake size box (Two octaves). Usually, gift boxes simply line up all the cakes neatly. However, their boxes of individually wrapped cakes are different. they cut costs by focusing on only one design, and in making use of all six surfaces, they were able to recreate every type of keyboard. Using this design, they can create any keyboard size, from small keyboards, to full 88-key grand pianos, and even larger. For example, for one octave of 13 keys, they use 8 cakes. And an 88-key grand piano would be a gift box of 52 cakes.
The project gives a second chance to such an unvalued object as a PET bottle, which would be normally thrown away after it has been used. The idea was to create a vase conserving only its silhouette. The vase itself represents an external shell with an inner neck fillet, so it can be screwed onto a bottle like a cap. The 3D printed structure dresses the bottle and makes it disappear under its mesh. The uniqueness of design is the result of choice of shapes, the reduced use of resources necessary for the 3D prints and the new life given to items destined to be discarded.
With Loyly Helsinki offers foreign visitors a public sauna experience, a must when visiting Finland. The building was designed slim and elongated so as not to cut the narrow park. The volume is kept as low as possible so that it doesn't block views from the future residential blocks. The sauna is developed into an easy-going, faceted construction that is more part of the park than a conventional building. When the wooden building turns gray, it will become more like a rock on the shoreline. The project was first fully FSC-certified building in F inland and second in Scandinavia.
Lofoten Water, Winner of Best Tasting Water 2016, is Arctic natural drinking water and made to reflects the beautiful and unique Lofoten Islands with its unspoilt landscape of rugged mountain peaks, deep fjords and sheltered inlets. To capture and articulate the purity and premium character of Lofoten Water required a structural design and graphic expression of both prominence and nuance. This was achieved in the juxtaposition of a bottle that moves from a slender body of horizontal lines to delicate shoulders, alongside the contrasting angles of a cap inspired by the mountain peaks of Lofoten
"Angle" has a multiplying and unlimited design that consists of a single unit. Increasing of the single unit by combining, a library or separator can be created in the desired measures and forms. Each unit is connected with the metals placed in the round hole and the magnets to be used together. In a small house, a small library can be created with the less number of units, while larger libraries and separators can be created in large spaces.