Seoul-based industrial designer Yeongkeun Jeong (whose Butter!Better! design snagged Runner-Up in last year's Core77 Design Awards) has created a rather flexible system of on-board storage for bicycles. Done in collaboration with fellow designer Aareum Jeong, the Reel system utilizes the triangle under the crossbar, but unlike other storage systems utilizing this space, can fit any triangle in any bicycle.
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Italian furniture and interior design company, Saporiti has come up with a clever and unique concept for this wooden bookshelf. By playing around with the placement of the shelves within each box, they were able to visibly form the phrase “READ YOUR BOOKCASE.” Each individual shelf contains a different letter and can be stacked to form a complete word or stand freely on its own. | $4,700
A clock fitting for any contemporary home. Extra Normal combines a classic look with a clean, soft design. A subtle effect is taking place, as elusive numbers pass in and out of view. The white appearance looks radiant against a dark black wall, or one with a dash of color. The "hour hand" is actually a disk, with the hour hand shape reversed out, exposing the numbered face beneath.
Extra Normal wall clock white / design by Ross McBride