Kisai Blade is the latest concept design to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. Submitted by Peter Fletcher from the UK, Kisai Blade takes design cues from two submissions; P-Zero and Turbine which were posted on the blog in August 2012 and October 2011. Continue reading
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: I wanted to make parallel bands like floors of a building.
The “Stairs-Watch” is rather a jewel watch as she plays with the reflections of the surrounding light, with a reading time very easy, yet cryptic at first.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam Says: I was sketching for a simple way to deform the classic seven-segment-LED-digits and came up with the idea to just let the horizontal segments take a step aside. The result is a confusing bunch of lines. Continue reading
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: “This is “CC” which stands for “Concentric Chronograph”. I wanted to come up with a watch with multiple displays which are concentric around each other, rather than the traditional two or three small displays mounted on one large display. Continue reading
Design submitted by Sascha from Germany.
Sascha says: “The idea for this watch design arose from my intention to buy a new futuristic watch. I started thinking about the attributes that I personally set value on, and after some thoughts I began working a timepiece I would love to wear myself, whereat I focused on light and not being minimalistic. Continue reading
Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “This concept watch design is called “Checkpoint”. I thought it would be fun to create a modern-looking watch with circular LED lights that resembles a conventional analog watch. It’s called “Checkpoint” because you have to check the points (spots) to find out the time and date.