D5 MAG’s Industrial Design Highlights: A Year in Review

D5 MAG’s Industrial Design Highlights: A Year in Review

D5 Design Magazine proudly presents the Year in Review series, placing the spotlight on five indispensable domains—Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture Design, Lighting Design, and now, the ingenious world of Industrial Design.

Why does Industrial Design stand out? It’s not just about crafting stylish gadgets or eye-catching products; it’s a symphony of innovation, where every curve, line, and feature serves a purpose. In this forthcoming feature, we delve into the transformative force of Industrial Design, illustrating how it shapes the very essence of our daily interactions, from groundbreaking tech marvels to the ergonomic essentials we can’t live without.

Join us on this journey through D5 MAG’s Industrial Design Year in Review—an ode to the designs that redefine the ordinary, proving that functionality can be an art form in itself.

Crafted from stainless steel with sharp edges and a sleek glass panel, the 32-inch display is not only a technological marvel but also a stylish addition to any living space.

Following Honda’s human-centered philosophy, the primary goal for the e:Ny1’s development team was to deliver Honda’s renowned fun-to-drive dynamics, a smooth and refined ride, and the brand’s easy-to-use versatility. 

MIRET’s mission goes beyond crafting shoes; it’s about revolutionizing the way we perceive and engage with footwear.

The StanbyME Go is LG’s new, innovative display and entertainment center that allows users to bring a quality entertainment experience wherever they go without sacrificing convenience or quality. 

MUSASHI JAPAN has created the “Tsushima Ocean Kitchen Knife” by collecting marine debris that has washed ashore on Tsushima and reusing it as knife handles.