‘Stool.D is a combination stool and cycling machine designed for small houses.’ HOW:
When the user pedals, LED lights provide visual feedback. The light rotates at the same rate as the pedaling speed and provides the user with pleasure and motivation. Pioneering a new exercise-enabled form of furniture, stool.D provides a means for users to remain active when they are sitting, working, playing games or watching TV.
Conventional cycling machines often struggle to integrate into the home, both spatially and aesthetically. stool.D addresses this problem by compressing a stationary bicycle into a single piece of multifunctional furniture. Designer: Young-Woo Park
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I don’t only do sports, home decorating is also one of my big interests. Loving the industry style I set out to try and make a new-ish IKEA lamp into something looking 60 years old. I guess I’m OK with the results but it was more work than I thought. #interiordesign#industrialdesign#fakepatina#pendant
A short time ago I realized that young hikers were using casual sneakers on the trails. Using ANTA's currently forming design cues and inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophy, I designed the hybrid SPLIT shoe featuring a casual/skate upper and vulcanized "trail-style" lugs. Balance 🔁 #antasports#anelsondesign