The 12 winners of the second Lexus Style Awards have been recently announced, just in time for Milan Style Week 2014. The winners will be displaying their conceptual performs throughout, where curiosity was the theme, and 2 of them are receiving up to 5 million yen to cover their prototype charges. Take a look at the twelve winner’s designs:
1. Iris by Sebastian Scherer, a single of the prototype winners, is a glass lamp that is created of a handblown crystal sphere. It reflects and shimmers in diverse colors from every angle, and is an inspiring luminary piece.
2. Macian by James Fox is the second prototype winner. It’s a clever, den constructing kit that’s transportable and is made up of a set of simple components that support the user engage in inventive function within the atmosphere.
4. DICECOVER by Mansour Ourasanah is a sensor-primarily based dice board game that invites players to learn much more about our planet. It is developed to spark curiosity, stimulate playfulness, and exploration.
5. E-Wheel by Phuoc Nguyen is a redesigned pedal electric cycle (pedelec), that provides riders new experiments when pedaling. It can be integrated into traditional or folding bicycles and utilizes wireless tech for remote control and battery charge.
7 JoyCarpet by Meng-Ling Yang is an interactive carpet for babies to encourage mental development and development. It uses flashing lights as each an attraction and sound reward to encourage crawling and movement.
9. Ooho! by Skipping Rocks Lab is an organic membrane packaging for liquids making use of spherification, which is a culinary method. It’s an alternative packaging strategy that’s basic, inexpensive, hygienic, biodegradable… and even edible!
12. Sky Lighthouse by Yoshiki Matsuyama is a lighting object that embodies the colors of the sky – the blue of the sky, red of the sunset, and all of the colors in amongst. Natural phenomena is displayed by way of the color scheme.