My Top Ten Favorite Design Objects from ID’s 2008 Design Review


ID, a magazine that I follow religiously, recently released their 2008 Design Review. Rather than go through each category, piece by piece, I decided to feature my top ten favorite projects or products. Each of the objects has a number of fantastic characteristics, but to keep Text to a minimum and image to a maximum, I’ve decided to choose a theme of “firsts”. Don’t understand what I’m talking about? No big deal. Just look and click. Let’s Begin…

Apple Wireless Keyboard: The first ultra-thin aluminum keyboard that’s easy to clean.

realgood-chair by blu dot

Real Good Chair: The first modern classic under $100!

panna chair

Panna Chair: The first experimental chair I’ve ever wanted to own.

adiri natural nurser baby bottle

Adiri Nursing Bottle: The first and only bottle my son would drink from (no joke. It’s so easy to ween with these).

hotel-aire de bardenas

hotel-aire de bardenas

Hotel Aire de Bardenas: The first hotel to rival the work of Donald Judd.

12 blocks by loom studio

12 Blocks by Loom Studio: The first Concrete Block I’ve ever wanted to build with.

Beach Thingy: A Simple Beach Chair

Beach Thingy: The first useful beach accessory in years.

Puma PT3 Ultramagnetic Collection: Table Tennis Set

Puma PT3 Table Tennis Set: The first time I’ve ever wanted to play table tennis.

monoface: a weird interactive face maker from mono design

Monoface: The first interactive face making program that made me laugh. This is a must see!


Bikedispenser: The first vehicle vending machine.

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