The use of games for research was explored through this study, that produced a game that can capture opinions comparing disparate (but inter-related) global risks. Players act as collective decision makers, role playing as a (not yet existing) global governance, achieving consensus by debate. Whilst there is general agreement by…
The V Pen
The V Pen (which I like to think inspired Stylo’s S pen released several years later) was a pen designed to eliminate writing strain in the hand. Simply put, the pen was designed to fit the hand. The Pen also had a novel feature which would allow it to fold…
A hand made lampshade, formed from two hyperbolic parabola. Interestingly enough the only way to fold paper in such a way that creates double curvature. Shortlisted in the Macef ‘Intelligent Hand’ award.
4 Dimensional Entity
A costume developed for a film.
A concept for a non-visual computer interface. Designed with the visually impaired in mind, this device converts common computer functions into manipulatable objects projected from the computer’s housing. Each object represents an application, by rotating, pressing and using touch gestures, an applications functions are spoken to the user. With speech…
Sofa Sculpture Sketches
Sketched designs for centrepeice furnitures for the D&AD Vitra Sofa design competition, for which the brief was to design a sofa that would be manufactured between 8 – 12 times at a cost of up to £120,000. These sketches informed the development of Frozen Moment
A flat pack luxury chair I made for myself during my studies.
A competition project for Vitra through D&AD, this student project was to design a sofa that would be produced only 8-12 times and cost between £8,000 – £120,000. It is clear that the brief is calling for a sculpture that can be sat upon. I created a form inspired by…
The Opus was a both an academic thesis and reimagining of the concept of personal transport looking forward over the next 50 years. It was featured in AutoCar magazine’s November 2011 issue and was a finalist in the Autocar-Courland ‘Next Generation’ Award 2011. It was a compendium of all my…
Conceptual design in 2011 for Jaguar, highlighting what at that time was the very latest developments in technology and manufacturing capability. ‘Bio polymer solid state suspension that forms the chassis, with flexing aerofoils to cool hot swappable inductive/cable charged batteries, charged when in use by a hydrogen fuel cell, fueled…