A card wallet that’s simple and fun to use. How could a wallet be fun to use? It has a thumb loop that lets you flip it around. It would be a lot more fun if it was cheaper though.
Designed by Julian Vidame, the surface of this versatile table can expand from 31in to 62in, thanks to wooden boards that can be rolled from upright to flat and vice versa.
Designed by Angelina Barkschat, Finn BlÃ¼mel and Severin Arnold, the 63 Grad (63 Degrees) bench can be folded thanks to its nylon hinges. Multiple units can be connected to form a larger bench.
Invented by Micah Black, PLY90 brackets are aluminum and stainless steel connectors meant to connect pieces of sheet-wood or plywood, allowing you to create your furniture and other DIY projects.
Nonstandard’s concept for a mobile caravan, the Mehrzeller (“Multicellular”) is meant to be highly customizable while still maintaining a consistent and efficient manufacturing process.
Michael Roopenian’s Engrain is a prototype keyboard with keys made from a single plank of sandblasted wood. The consistent variation of the ridges on the keys makes it easier to touch type.
A reversible jacket made from a special three-layer fabric. The dark side keeps you warm while the light side is for keeping cool. The jacket is also breathable and waterproof.