Designed by Jolan Van Der Wiel
Innovation is at the forefront of our selections for the furniture category. In the first video watch the designer explain the process and then revel in the beauty of the process in action in the video below.
Liquid Glacial Table
Designed by Zaha Hadid
The name Zaha Hadid has become synonymous with creating structures and objects with a unique organic perspective. HUNCH believes Hadid has out done herself again with her nominated entry for furniture. This object is sheer lushus beauty and is our chosen winner for the award.
HUNCH’s selected entries for graphic design this year, in our mind pays homage to the rooted established elements of this medium. The innovation is doing it so well. It’s a hard call However HUNCH’s selected choice is the outstanding publication, The Gentlewoman #6.
Bauhaus: Art As Life Exhibition (Barbican Art Gallery)
Designed by A Practice For Everyday Life
Designed by Kapitza
The Gentlewoman #6
Designed by Veronica Ditting
This product category like with architecture has only one true contender for us at HUNCH. Not only is it our outstanding product of the year, but it was the design highlight of 2012, period. We take our hats off to designers responsible for this. HUNCH salutes you.
Designed by Heatherwick Studio
There is a growing number of people where cars are not just about driving pleasure anymore, they are about the practical value and the environment. BMW Unveiled its i3 “Megacity” electric vehicle, in Los Angeles last year and brought us a concept car that is far from being just a concept.
The BMW i3 is part of “Project i” (strangely not i as in Apple), which aimed to develop a lightweight eco-friendly urban electric car designed to address the mobility and sustainability needs for people who live in megacities. The i3 will be BMW’s first zero emissions mass produced vehicle due to its electric powertrain, and BMW also expects to be the first company to launch a volume production vehicle on the market featuring carbon-fiber reinforced plastic to improve the vehicle’s energy consumption.
BMW have convinced us here at HUNCH that this is What the future looks like!