1. This mystical moss clock.
Made from only the best hand-selected moss. See more of Noktuku's work here.
2. This lamp that turns on with the touch of your finger.
3. This traveling ice-drip coffee tumbler that brews iced coffee and cold brew.
4. These ergonomic shoes that look fly AF and are friendly to the environment.
Visit its Kickstarter here.
5. This Infinity Room that's constructed from insane audiovisual light installations.
See more of Refik Anadol's mesmerizing work here.
6. This origami folding lamp.
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7. These cheese knives.
They're like palette knives for painting but instead, they're for cheese, which is 1,000x more useful. Get them here.
8. These micro-organism sculptures made out of paper.
View more of Rogan Brown's sculptures here.
9. This interactive geometric light installation that blurs and highlights its surroundings.
See more pictures of Ascent here.
10. This murmuration chandelier that allows you to change its speed and color using an app.
Composed of stainless steel rings, this thing really delivers. See more here.
11. These knitted sculptures made of glass.
Now this is knitting on a whole ‘nother level. See more of Carol Milne's gorgeous works here.
12. This portable home that's powered by a built-in wind turbine.
Not only is this pod powered by solar energy and wind energy, it also collects rain on its surface. You can learn more about this nearly self-sustainable pod here.
13. This outdoor sculpture that simultaneously acts like a window and a mirror.
"Sacred Danger," made of Perspex sheets and stainless steel rods, was constructed in South Glamorgan of Wales. Because it reflects its surroundings, it changes significantly over the course of the day, leaving the viewer visually disconcerted. This installation is part one of a two-part experimental and immersive installation. Learn more about Uliana Apatina's work here.
14. These menstruation-inspired jewelry pieces.
You can see more of Lili Murphy-Johnson's incredible period-inspired jewelry here.
15. This lamp that projects reindeer antlers.
16. These luxury tents shaped like doughnuts.
This is glamping to the max. Heighten your desire for these extravagant tents here.
17. This complex but strikingly simple shelving system.
Designed by Alicja Prussakowska, the shelves of this furniture can be moved around freely, transformed according to the user's liking. See more of her gorgeous designs here.
18. These "second skins" that challenge how we see the naked body.
Esmay Wagemans' project is clever way to display her artwork, which frequently features the female body, on social media that censors the female but not the male chest. Her work tackles our perceptions of nudity and the processes in which we sexualize the female body. You can view more of her work here.
19. These stunning eco-friendly kitchen appliances.
Made from steam-bent bamboo with a sweet, retro aesthetic. See more of Stumpf's work here.
20. This outdoor public reading cube built in Toronto.
This story pod, designed by Atelier Kastelic Buffey, also moves as readers move, inviting more light in to encourage more passersby to sit down to read. Learn more about this ingenious idea here.
21. This insulated stone goblet.
Immaculately blended into nature. Find this product here.
22. This sleek invention that can project anything onto any surface.
It also responds to vocal commands! Learn more about it here.
23. This Dutch museum that was designed with a rooftop entirely covered with grass.
This is the future. This is our redemption. See more incredible pictures here.