Tea2Go is a microwave based tea kettle for on the go individuals who wish to drink tea daily, but who do not have time for a traditional tea making process.
The highlight of this project is the patterned sustainable double skin inspired by traditional carved stone lattice screens.
Striking figurative forms influenced from the graffiti aesthetics blend into abstraction.
Series of portraits coupled with one-on-one interviews of South Africa’s emerging and established professionals. A look at South Africa’s creative scene.
Bright colours as always by Agatha Ruiz de la Prada at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, September 2011.
Fluid geometries capture a state of transition, in the exploration of novelty.
‘Metamorphosis’ is a concept about the unlimited transformations of human body.
Dramatic, organic structures wrap around the body shaping impressive transparent armoured bodices.
A single piece of fabric is draped, patched, gathered, and wrapped together seamlessly forming a cocoon silhouette.
The Design Initiatives entry for the ‘A Room for London’ competition.
Power Pod is a stylish minimal portable power source and accessory tray all in one that can be used on any table top for easy and elegant access to power.
When overlapping, the four parts of the stool interlock and create a structure strong enough to support a person.
Presented at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, September 2011.
Constructed of leather straps hung across supports, Read-unread physically weighs the balance of books that have been read, against those yet to be read.
The soft curves of the monolithic volume enclose the programmatic complexity of the interior.
The Adolfo Dominguez collection presented at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week, September 2011.
‘The new planning museum is envisioned to be a new civic sculpture floating above the central governmental park’
With its colourful pop aesthetics, the GYM lounge chair, designed by Radek Nowakowski, is the perfect, uplifting piece of furniture for a blissful residential environment.
A sneak preview of the OCT Design Museum currently under construction.
A modular, adjustable display system composed of tessellating hexagonal units made of brushed stainless steel.