The MINIMA is a classic example of how important form is in the design process. The adorable lattice style for keypads and the wood finish, relay a completely organic look. Specific attention to details like the camouflaged secondary display on the outer flip and bamboo look.

Although groceries that are frequently used in daily life are limited, refrigerator doors are indiscreetly opened and closed, leading to user inconvenience and unnecessary waste of energy. When the refrigerator door is opened, cool air flows out and warm air flows in according to how wide the door was opened, resulting in increased use of electric power.

A change has been made simply to the form of the partition between the refrigerator and freezer to create another small refrigerator located at a height that ensures easy access to objects inside. Users can store frequently-used groceries in this space, and conveniently open and close the door of the small refrigerator to take out and put in groceries.

Yong Jin Kim

The River Flowing System by Choi Hyong-Suk does not give its users the chance of wondering whether they have it set to tap or flow. The showerhead is placed ‘above’ the faucet and the water flows down as a miniature waterfall. Temperature and water pressure are controlled via one knob. The user simply turns the shower on and the water cascades down the bowl-lip, indeed offering the very best of both the worlds.

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