Eat and Grow!


You’ve gotta eat to grow and now you can grow after you eat! Perfect for kids, this cleverly designed lunchbox does double duty as both an easy way to transport food and a fun place to plant your favorite succulents, herbs, cacti or veggies. Rather than one single box for food items, the set consist of multiple plant/human-friendly containers of varying size and shape that can be used to store and organize snacks. After you’re finished, you can transform them into a vibrant garden to exercise your green thumb!

Designers: Yoon Jeongho & Kim Myungjin



Rockin’ Kids Furniture


The latest in MICUNA’s lux line of playful children’s furniture, the Swing collection is a sophisticated set that looks right at home in any nursery or child’s room. The set of three consist of an armoire closet, dresser and crib. Though each piece is distinct in functionality, the collection becomes a cohesive unit through a common inverted V, solid wood support structure. The crib, however, is the only piece that is truly elevated and capable of swinging. Better yet, it can transform into a bed by removing the rails. This makes for a perfect transition for kids and extends the lifespan of the entire collection well into childhood.

Designer: Vicent Peris for MICUNA





The Lego of Safety Helmets

Safety is paramount when it comes to construction yet the accessibility to safety equipment can be limited or intended for specific use cases – this can make it troublesome when using the same equipment for a different job. Safety helmets are the biggest culprit for this overlap. Albeit advances have been made in the safety helmet area, they still are on a very use-case scenario. The Unit Helmet by Jaehoon Jung addresses this problem directly with his clean, sophisticated modular design.

The Unit Helmet comes with an array of accessories that make reaching for another helmet a thing of the past. The Unit Helmet comes complete with a torch, ear muffs, sun visor and a face visor – facilitating the user when the need to use three accessories at any given time in a situation posing multiple risks. A use case would be – someone who’s in a poorly lit environment, underground and cutting metal – this would require a torch, an earmuff, and a face visor.

Jung’s Unit Helmet is adaptable due to it’s six easily accessible female magnetic parts on the exterior of the helmet – making it easy to snap on and snap off any accessories when deemed necessary. The Unit Helmet may comprise of 4 accessories but is not limited to these – the demand of the construction site can vary from job to job so with that, more accessories may become available.

Designer: Jaehoon Jung






A Speaker on the Fluffy Side


As you might infer from the name, the “MarshMallow” speaker is wireless audio inspired by everyone’s favorite fluffy confection! It’s shaped smoothly, clad in cushy padding and covered in a super soft fabric. It also featured a scooped button that is oddly addicting to press! Not only will you love playing your tunes from just about anywhere, you won’t be able to keep your hands off it!

Designer: Jeongchun Lee








An Even Easier Rice Cooker


Rice cookers have completely simplified the process of making delicious, fluffy rice, but they haven’t managed to solve that one annoying step of measuring the water. Until now! The Masterchef Rice Cooker by Jung Junyoung takes out the guesswork. Depending on the amount of rice you’ve placed in the container, it will automatically alert you when you’ve poured in the right amount of water. Using a dedicated smartphone app, you can also make adjustments depending on the type of rice or way you like it cooked.

Designer: Jung Junyoung