Layla Mehdi Pour: inspirational design in everyday things

DESIGN

composition of hanging vases, decorating idea to hang a vase on the wall

Everyday living needs some sparkling ideas for developing new products that will satisfy customers and make their routine easier.

Sophie, adjustable shape wall clock

Layla Mehdi Pour will exhibit an adjustable shape wall clock, at Indipendent Hub exhibition presented during milan design week 2014, Via Savona 53.

When our feelings change, it also changes the perception we have of time. Layla Mehdi Pour designs a wall clock, consisting of two overlapping surfaces with twelve lines each. The lower dial is attached to the clock mechanism, but the upper one can easily rotated: this way you can get unexpected plays of shadows and different configurations of the object, which can be changed at any time.

Sophie, named after the sweet child of Hayao Miyazaki's cartoon Howl's Moving Castle, who changes appearance according to her feelings, is perfectly in line with the designer’s ironic and cheerful spirit.

It is available in a wide variety of colors, all bright and vivid.

Material: Plywood

Size: 35 x 28 cm

wall clock, adjustable shape wall clock

 


 

Pardis, modular hanging wall vases

If you’d like to have a garden on your home’s wall, this might be your first step towards it. Recalling the Persian carpet’s aim to reproduce heaven on earth, these modules give you the freedom to make your own design, adapting the home spaces to your taste. It's triangular, a shape that let you choose the best way to mount them.

Made by Italian handcrafted ceramic.

Material: Ceramic

Size: 30 x 30 x 30 cm

modular wall hanging vase, flower vase


Dan, oil and vinegar dispenser

Bringing fun also in the kitchen, the concept of Dan oil-vinegar set is to achieve a visual but also tactile recognition of the object, and it does so through the materialization of the letters. Without falling into obvious, the oil container callout has the shape of the letter "O", while that of vinegar recalls an "A". An ingenious and at the same time so immediate way to distinguish and make new objects that we use daily, giving them an original shape but with clean and simple lines.

Design: Layla Mehdi Pour

Material: Ceramic container; Cork cap

Color: White with matte or glossy finish

oil and vinegar dispenser 


About the designer

Layla Mehdi Pour is a young Iranian designer, who after studying Graphic Design at the Institute of S. Kashani in Birjand and graduated in Industrial Design at the Art University of Tehran decides to continue her studies in Italy, graduating at IUAV in Venice in 2008. She postgraduates at Polytechnic of Turin, earning a degree in Eco Efficient Product Design. From here onwards began her career as a product designer, full of freshness and color, reinventing objects of everyday life with her poetic and innovative gaze.

Layla Mehdi Pour: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

www.laylamehdipour.com

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