Chairs that perfectly fit the table
This sushi bar’s chairs are designed in the shape of sushi.
A backpack designed for carrying animals
A banana peel wet floor sign
A barcode for vegan protein powder
An amazing idea for caring about clients
This watch advertisement in Dubai
The Fibonacci clock
Entry door handles to Fort Worth’s herpetarium
The design of a subway entrance in Frankfurt
Creative napkins at a restaurant
“This door in my hotel’s bathroom can close off either of 2 doorways.”
An evergreen hotel
A toilet door with an extra door for children
This flash drive shows the percentage of data used.
This water barrier prevents tall trucks from crashing into the tunnel ceiling.
The tiles at the National Postal Museum look like envelopes.
A new guitar design makes the instrument sound louder.
This tire reads, “replace tire” when it gets worn down.
The barcode on this shaving cream reminds us once again what this product is for.
The Swedish shopping cart has magnetic wheels so it doesn’t roll down the escalator.
Mount Fuji water bottle
A Rubik’s cube for colorblind people
Urinals that protect your shoes from splashback
This elevator has buttons you can press with your feet if your hands are full.
All the hooks and shelves you need!
“My university library has a wall where you can quite literally take a seat.”
This avocado sticker has a color chart so that you know when it’s ripe.
These potato chips that have a tab to lift the chips up so you don’t have to put your hand inside the tube.
A urinal that allows you to flush with your feet
This restaurant has a “toepener” for people who want to avoid germs on doorknobs.
One thoughtful message can make a difference.
This store has a winter simulator for testing out winter clothing.
These pedal-powered outlets at Schipol Airport help to both charge your phone and give you a workout.
Finally, there is no need to touch that germy door handle.
Here’s another way to open a door without touching it.
This dressing room lets you control what type of light is in the room.
The priority seats for train passengers show who you are expected to move for.
The design of this water fountain lets the water flow down so dogs can drink too.
This restaurant bathroom has 2 different kinds of soaps.
With these elevators, you first choose your floor and then you’re assigned an elevator to take you to that floor.
“My local university has an area in the library where you can walk and work simultaneously.”
A pen that tels you how many pages it has left
In Switzerland there are sockets that fit 3 plugs in at a time.
Pill box and water bottle that come as one
“My daughter’s first grade classroom has desks with pedals so kids can move while learning.”
This spoon has an indent so it doesn’t slip into the bowl.
No more night time “light-gap”