January, 9 2013 10:00

Posted inRetail

Wood is a natural material that has been used for centuries in the world of design, from tables, chairs, cooking equipment to the latest technological gadgets like digital clocks, mouse and keyboards, phone cases and speakers.


Have a look at these designs and let us know what you think! Or if you are feeling inspired, why not check out our latest wood products on our Shop?




Lazerwood Keys for Mac

How about some tactile beauty of walnut wood on your keyboard? Lazerwood has come up with a stylish way to update your Mac’s key by creating veneer-styled wooden key covers with beautiful laser cut characters and symbols. It takes some nimble fingers and patience to install, but the results, as you can see, are stunning.



Wood Watches

“The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second best time is now.” Crafted from 100% wood, WeWOOD watches are made using recycled and reclaimed woods, so that no trees are destroyed in the process. Completely absent of artificial and toxic materials, the WeWOOD Timepiece is as natural as your wrist. It respects your skin as you respect nature by choosing it.



Wooden Xylophone

Tinka-tune by industrial designer Phil So is the latest in music making using wood. With the aim of creating a connection between the child and music, Phil designed a wall-mounted xylophone where you can rearrange the wooden keys to compose new songs.



The Piano Lamp

Designer OneArtistStudio has created a desktop lamp made out of black metal and light coloured wood that has a very particular closing technique. By rotating the three elements it transforms itself into flat table decoration. Neat!



Layer by Paola Navone for Aldo Morellato 

The Layer console, designed by Architect Paola Navone for the opening Symposium of the Aldo Morellato Foundation held in June 2011, celebrates the beauty of the various essences of wood. 
The console is characterized by a full identification of the design piece with its structure, made of stacked and assembled wooden planks, perfectly reflecting Morellato's eye for details and craftsmanship's quality.

Woodpecker by Tale
The Woodpecker notebooks were inspired by the wish of expressing the beauty of nature and for a harmonious world, by reminding us the natural link between wood and paper. A multisensory experience is guaranteed by the intaglio printing technique which recreates woods texture and grain.
The Woodpecker notebook won the 2012 Red Dot Design Award. 

»The jury was fascinated by the idea of designing a notebook that creates the impression of being made of real wood, thus highlighting the treasures of nature.«

 Red Dot Award Jury