It’s sleek and simple in design, it’s got a concept, it promises to relieve stress, but, most importantly, it features the most craved must-haves of the century, the iPad and the iPhone. The iPhone/iPad faucet stand seems to defy gravity. It places crisply designed technology on a pedestal, turns it into even more of a conversation piece and is ready to beautify desks and coffee tables worldwide. It’s made from polycarbonate plastic and ABS, available in clear blue, black, white and transparent and it’ll keep you lurking around the designer’s website, waiting for a release date and price info, as of yet undisclosed.
Nendo’s philosophy is based on “!”. Ephemeral instants of awe, turned into a vision and a lifestyle. The Japanese design company has produced interiors for Puma and Issey Miyake, cube-shaped magazine racks, excitingly simple transparent chairs and tables and paper clip USB memory sticks. The extent to which they can pepper one’s life with “!” seems virtually limitless.