Industrial Design by Tembolat Gugkaev
Want more fresh design ideas and products? Tembolat Gugkaev is a Russian industrial designer who makes eye-catching furniture, amusing lighting and other creative things. A creative piece can add not only an aesthetic twist to your interior design but also express sense of humor and add an easy-going vibe to the atmosphere. Tembolat Gugkaev knows how to add humor into design. From omelet pendant lamp to quirky colorful lights and other creative objects there is this easy-going attitude that adds cheer to the home atmosphere.
Among Tembolat Gugkaev industrial designs there are multifunctional furniture pieces that are meant to both decorate your home as well as perform several functions. His book cases with built-in lighting in unconventional forms do not only look great but also aid book lovers in storing and reading their favorite literature.
If you have a small office you might find this table-transformer quite handy as it becomes a whiteboard. It also features built-in LED light to let you see transparent prints. There are also pieces you’ll find helpful and decorative for kitchen like this two-piece V-IAL vase molded after perfume bottles or a Kettle-Mine with five spouts equipped with whistles.
Another notable piece among Tembolat Gugkaev’s designs is this table lamp shaped as a mushroom cloud.
There are also furniture pieces that are molded and carved from a one piece of plastic. Other pieces feature no screws and can be assembled due to its specific design. There are also many interesting creative objects that include sockets in various shapes, hybrid ashtrays and other fun gadgets designed using a creative approach and unconventional perspective.
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