DING3000 is comprised of designers Carsten Schelling, Sven Rudolph and Ralf Webermann, and together the team creates consumer goods that have been carefully adapted for optimum functionality. The collective first gained steam when their project Pimp My Billy, in which IKEA's Billy shelves were subject to total modification, came to light. Now, DING3000 focuses on making products you already use, only better.
Cutlery turns into cover. JOIN is more than simply knife, fork or spoon. It is a decoration for the table. The magic joining mechanism fascinates everybody. But not everybody will manage at once to transform the little sculpture into cutlery. A little skill and a good eye is necessary.
Everything under one roof. Lifestyle for the readers. Practical and ornamental. MAGAZIN is a timeless and beautiful magazine stand in shape of a house. When disturbed while reading, just lay the open magazine on the roof of the house, and you can easily pick it up again to carry on reading, without loosing the page. Meanwhile your other favorite magazines can be stored under the roof.
BEATER is a whisk that is sculpturesque, space-saving and functional all at the same time. Beater can be folded together, saving space in the kitchen drawer or on the wall. Beater is inspired by a pack of straws and is gathered in the middle using a ring that functions as both an opening andclosing mechanism and a hanging fixture. Beater comes in eight colours: white, grey, light blue, nude, lavender, pink, mint and dark blue.
NUTCRACKER is a redesign of the traditional nutcracker. The idea came from annoying pains in the fingers when cracking nuts. NUTCRACKER is easy to find in the kitchen drawer, and with its graphic silhouette and classic colors it is a remarkable take on this classic everyday object.