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A water filtering device for both the office and home environment. Drip has been designed to reduce the effects caused by working at a desk for a prolonged period. The water filters through the device taking 30 minutes, then the user drinks the water and must walk to a tap to refill the bottle, this encourages movement and hydration. Sustainability has been considered through material choice, its end of life and being a manual product, it doesn’t require electricity to power it. This was a live project working with Posturite and Bang Creations.
A live project working with The Land Gardeners to redesign the packaging for their product Climate Compost. Climate Compost is a soil inoculum that increases the health of the soil and therefore the nutrient density of crops. The tester pot is made from cocoa husk and bio resin and once used can be used to bio inoculate seeds in. I also redesigned the 2 litre bags to be paper lined with wool to make them more sustainable. The compost must be kept in specific conditions as it contains microbes that work in aerobic conditions, this was important to consider while designing the packaging. I also developed the graphic design and updated their logo.
An ergonomic and modular garden tool produced using computer aided manufacturing techniques. The handle can be held in multiple ways meaning it can be used for different tools in the family of objects, including a hoe, fork, seed dibber and trowel. The form was inspired by Zaha Hadid’s architecture and aims to make gardening more appealing to the younger generation, so they are more likely to start gardening.
These worry beads are cast in bronze. The texture is achieved from cuttlefish bone which I collected on Castle beach and then carved into a bead. This is a modern interpretation of traditional worry beads to be used to help decrease the stress and anxiety caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.