Pinterest • 전 세계의 아이디어 카탈로그

Le Cube by Yves Béhar

Jambox speakers by Yves Behar for Jawbone #dwellondesign

Yves Béhar Redesigns the SodaStream

The SodaStream, which was invented in 1903 and reached peak popularity in the 70s and 80s, has always looked pretty much the same... until now. The company hired Swiss designer Yves Béhar to give the iconic brand a redesign for the new SodaStream Source, and Béhar's design mantra—"reduce and refine"—is evident in the redesign.

Yves Behar designs Nespresso-style countertop juicer

Its sibling can already control your lock. So it only makes sense to let the August Doorbell Cam see who's at the door. Like the aforementioned lock, the cam was designed by Yves Behar, and integrates a one-way, 140-degree HD...

Sodastream Source | This elegantly-designed device lets you carbonate any drink, from tap water to soft drinks. The included plastic bottle has a metal base and top, is completely reusable, and will last a while — compare that to those disposable bottles you get from the local grocery. LED lights on the machine's face let you accurately gauge your level of carbonation. ( $130 )

Yves Behar's San Francisco studio Fuseproject has redesigned the set-top box, creating a matt black cube for French TV network Canal+.

sodastream by yves behar

Yves Behar's thermostat for British Gas aimed at "everyone from your grandma to your auntie"