Red Dot Design Museum (Part 3 of 3)

I can look at kitchen stuff for ages. This gold pot had me transfixed.

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Tupperware displays.

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A crazy loud wall full of tupperware.

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photo by bookjunkie

I hardly see the original Tupperware brand in the stores with so many imitations around.

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I wonder how the mop is special.

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Planters in the bathroom are always a nice addition.

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Smooth to touch black, matt finish bathroom faucet. Quite a masculine look.

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More cool new ideas from Asia. The plaster/ band aid music player.

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Cut-out spork and knife.

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At the beach.

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Humongous watch with loads of functions.

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Most of all, I love designs that help.

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A tail for your iPhone?

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Book design.

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Even the forklift looked sleek and cool.

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