Whether you design products digitally or physically, a lot of inspiration is required. Designers see and perceive the world differently. And they connect the perceived world with their own imagination, then a piece of themselves emerges. This process can be incredibly intense or the light may come out of somewhere. Finally, there are unique pieces that tell us about themselves.

In addition to the inspiring process, it is also a difficult task to make the product in your mind come true. It takes a lot of effort. In this article, we will share with you the products of designers who have achieved this process.

Spacestor

spacestor.com/products/home-office/kit-desk-ply/

KIT was designed for home workers by Spacestor. It was developed to help people forced to work from home due to the global epidemic. It does not take up much space and is foldable are the two best features of it.

Matti Klenell

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The font was designed by Matti Klenell. Font’s simplicity and beauty catch the eye. It was designed from a very simple need. It should be easy to use, can be combined, and visually in a minimal style. 

Joan Gaspar

www.marset.com/en/lamps/outdoor/ginger_wall/

Ginger was created to softly light its surroundings. It was designed by Joan Gaspar to save the environment from the invasion of brighter lights. This lamp is made of aluminum and fits indoors and outdoors.

Richard Sapper 

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It is a great space-saving design product. Being foldable means you can store it or move it from one place to another easily when not in use. In addition, it is dazzling with its black steel frame and minimal structure besides the other side tables.

Joep van Lieshout

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Designed entirely for your freedom by Joep van Lieshout. It consists of rectangles that can be adjusted according to your height and lying position. Every element of Lazy Modernist is independent of each other. The reason for this is to give you more freedom of movement.