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19 Design Heroes We Want to Shake Hands With

It takes a design hero to look at everyday objects with fresh eyes and reinvent them. Or redesign common things in an even better way, like combining a door handle with a sanitizer dispenser or making “clever” stairs that tell you how many calories you’ve burnt.

We at Bright Side have time and time again praised the people who make our life not only more beautiful, but also way more comfortable and we have a fresh batch of smart designer’s inventions ready for you!

To flush the toilet — just wash your hands.

This 3D floor is not bent — but it does prevent people from running in the hallway.

“I adapted a Rubik’s Cube for the blind!”

It’s a classy way to protect yourself from a messy slice of pizza.

These horses have tail lights.

Age-old conundrum solved!

There was a “shuffle” button on an elevator that I rode in today.

These ceiling fan switches differentiate the light knob from the fan knob.

These stairs tell you how many calories you’ve burned.

The Fort Lauderdale airport has rocking chairs to sit and watch the planes in.

The urinals at this bar are made of recycled beer kegs.

This cell tower disguised as a palm tree — makes it easy on the eyes for the birds and the tourists.

This bathroom has an iPad holder.

This is a Sidewalk Sanctuary for dogs that aren’t allowed in public places.

The door handle of this public restroom has a built-in sanitizer dispenser.

Soap, water, and hand dryer all in the same sink

This cup holder at my workplace is for when you’re carrying too much.

This chair has a cutout for handbags.

You can drop this ball made of honey into your tea.

Which one of these made you want to find the creator and shake their hand? Be sure to share your thoughts with us in the comments down below.

Preview photo credit awusuwah / reddit
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