Second Skin Emergency Protection Blanket Offers Essential Needs for Earthquake Survivors

After a strong earthquake struck, survivors would need immediate temporary shelters to keep them safe. Second Skin has been designed to provide essential needs for the victims, it’s a multifunctional rescue kit that consists of a temporary shelter, a stretcher, and an emergency blanket. It will be very useful to assist untrained volunteers with their efforts to rescue victims.

According to latest natural disaster research, the frequency of high-magnitude earthquakes has increased more than doubled within the last 70 years. During a natural disaster, rescue team and emergency services can be delayed, immediate rescues usually come from bystanders who emerge as volunteers, however, these instant rescuers don’t have medical training or equipment needed.

Designer : Nick Dephoff

Second Skin Emergency Protection Blanket by Nick Dephoff

Second Skin Emergency Protection Blanket by Nick Dephoff

Second skin project has been designed to ensure it can be used by anyone without prior experience in aiding others. In this way, any volunteers can lighten the workload of rescue team in the first stage after an earthquake to help increase the survival rate. This concept addresses both physical and emotional needs of survivors by providing protection, comfortable blanket, or stretcher when needed. It uses Poron XRD high-impact foam which usually can be found in sporting equipment, thus, making this project features unique ability to shield user from debris during aftershocks. The temporary shelter features Autex acoustic paneling that helps dampening acoustic noise in large open spaces.

Second Skin Emergency Protection Blanket by Nick Dephoff

Second Skin Emergency Protection Blanket by Nick Dephoff

Second Skin Emergency Protection Blanket by Nick Dephoff




The Tower Brings Power Up Within Arms’ Reach

It would be nice to charge our devices or power any home appliances without having to crawl on the floor to get the power. The Tower is an innovative extension that eliminates the need of bending down to get the power that you need, it brings power up to you. The vertical design allows you to charge all your devices at arm’s reach, smart isn’t it? No more diving behind the headboard or fumbling around for your phone at 2 am.

This modern and stylish tower clears your workspace, you don’t extension cords or powerstrip bricks lying around cluttering your desk. It features 2 USB ports and 4 AC outlets, all-in-one easy to reach place. There’s indicator LEDs to inform you about power, surge protection, and proper grounding. There are on/off switch controls for all devices and USB ports, you can easily switch off the port/outlet that you don’t need.

Designer : The Art of Power

The Tower Power Outlet by The Art of Power

The Tower Power Outlet by The Art of Power

The Tower Power Outlet by The Art of Power

The Tower Power Outlet by The Art of Power

The Tower Power Outlet by The Art of Power




You Can Build Campfire With Coze Ambient Heat Cooker In Your House

Coze is an electric ambient heat cooker inspired by the outdoor campfire. It is designed to make you experience the same feeling of having outdoor campfire, indoor. Campfire is an activity of a cross cultural symbol that promotes social interaction and community, as well as cooking activity. The main idea of Coze is to bring you the campfire experience safely into your home, the same gathering with friends and families using a stylish and convenient product. The artificial coals stimulate the feeling of campfire cooking but free of dangerous flames. It is designed with a handle to allow you carry this product around easily, just pick up and go.

Designer : Andrew Moore

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire

Coze Indoor Campfire






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