With the constraint of using 3/8" cold extruded steel rod and hard maple, my team and I designed, built, and sold 10 stools.
A handle designed to inform the user of its motion. It's form provides comfortable angles for intuitive grasp.
A casualty of roommate abuse can offer some interesting insights.
An exploration of simple modifications to the form and function of the colander as inspired by my poor broken one. The flexible, one-handed design allows for easier manipulation of the food to be strained.
In our busy world, food is no longer just a sit down affair. We are constantly moving from one place to another and, consequently, so does our food.
Meal time is an important exploratory time for young children. They learn about their bodies and ways to take care of them. As children age and become more mobile, this time is frequently shortened and becomes less stimulating.
This is an exploration of a food-on-the-go experience with a twist. Instead of focusing solely on convenience or storability, I wanted to find out how to invite fun and curiosity into something often mundane.