passport pouch

HP Pellican pouch



HF passport cover plus



Luggage porter mini

In 1999, a few young designers headed by Say Y. Eom and Joy Lee began contemplating on a new role of industrial design. If design was done solely on :commercial" targets in the time of industrial design. now is the time of a design industry wthin whitch touch of design can reach even smaller parts of the areas close to our lives. Therefore, a bland names ALIFEDESIGN was created under the concept of "design life" and items with a story were designed and commercialized. In the beginning, main products were interiro items with added stpries, including wall clocks, trolleys, glasses holders and jewelry trays. Through an exhibition in Paris, France in 2004. Alife Design started making many changes after full-fledged communication with public.

Alife Design



Dining can be quite a messy affair. Hoverware can helf keep things tidy by preventing contact between the silverware and the table surface, minimizing foos stains. It also keeps the silverware clean when dining in a public place such as an outdoor picnic table.



Stainless steel and bamboo utensils that incorporate a small stand on the under side to prevent contact with the table surface and reduce mess.

Manifesto Architecture


Korable Block is an interactive tool for learning the Korean alphabet. Created by New York City designer Si-Yeon Min, it is the first hands-on Korean language game of its kind. Korable Block, a wordplay on “Korean syllable,” is made of four wooden blocks hand-printed with Korean alphabet characters. The blocks can be combined to create over 120 single-syllable words including numbers, days of the week, foods, nature words, body parts, and more.

Korable Block is entirely handmade in the USA. The blocks, tray, and silk-screened corrugated box are handmade in Grand Rapids, Michigan, by legendary block makers at Uncle Goose. The booklet is printed in Brooklyn, New York.

Korable Block







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