Bounce along to the beat. Project Play is a first-of-its-kind lamp powered by wireless technology and realized through the creation of magnetic rubber. Learn more about the Lexus Design Award panel winner here
A new twist on an old classic. Flynote is a revolutionary record player that links the past to the future. It uses new technologies to reproduce the sound quality that can only be achieved with vinyl. Created by Aldo De Carlo and Judith Casa Caceres from Italy for the 2014 Lexus Design Award.
The dynamic E-Wheel can be integrated into conventional or folding bicycles. It also uses wireless technology for remote control and battery charging. Created by Phuoc Nguyen of Vietnam. Click through to get the full story on this Lexus Design Award winner.
The understated pieces of the “Saikai” collection are meant to convey luxury through restrained aesthetics. As displayed at Creativity Story, in collaboration with Lexus. For more cutting-edge design, head to the Lexus Design Award website.
Called the “M Lamp,” this modern reimagining of the 19th century coal miner’s lamp is actually super energy efficient. The collection from British designer David Irwin, was on display at Creativity Story in collaboration with Lexus. For more futuristic inspiration like this, head to the Lexus Design Award website.
Visualize the passage of time with Trace. This clock uses UV rays to create a color change within a transparent, light-sensitive solution. Find more award-winning designs and see Trace in action at the official Lexus Design Award website.
A light that emulates the color of the sky is perfect for long, dreary winters. The “Sky Lighthouse” functioned to re-create the exact natural light spectrum we see outside: the sky, the sunset and every color in between. A 2014 Lexus Design Award winner.