Wouldn’t it be wonderful if our routers at home looked at stunning at JeongHwan Sohn’s Kinetic Wi-Fi router? Specifically designed to look nothing like the internet based box we know so well and more like a type of sculpture that you would have as a centerpiece or decor for your office desk, The Kinetic Wi-Fi router is equipped with numerous swiveling antennae that each rotate around on their own axis, almost acting as though it’s some sort of artistic kinetic desktop installation.
Aside from being very visually engaging, this movement can also give a functional purpose. You can tell if there is a connection to the wi-fi by the swiveling antennae and god forbid your server goes down or the internet disconnects, the antennae will stop what they are doing. The kinetic movement gives you an indication that the internet is functioning perfectly fine, while also delivering an aesthetically pleasing router.
A professional design tip is that by having a beautiful router like the Kinetic Wi-Fi Router it will be more likely to be out in plain sight, as opposed to stashed away somewhere in your home due to its unappealing exterior. By having it close by the user not only do you get long range, but this will also help build a stronger Wi-Fi connection being the fastest it can be, since the wireless router is centrally located. Unique in appearance and very functional, we hope this is where are are headed for the future of routers.
Designer: JeongHwan Sohn