I aim to design unobtrusive objects that are a manifestation of our behaviours and actions, sparking a conversation between the person and the object.
Based on the insight that city honey is healthier than countryside honey, a new context was created, giving way to a new archetype of a beehive.
A beehive that gives busy people the opportunity to access organic food quickly and easily, whilst contributing to the environment and welfare of honeybees. By breaking frames into sections and using a small extractor, honey can be taken out in manageable amounts, whenever it is wanted.
Baking tools that support people's natural courses of action.
Based on the way that people use things, the objects respond to those actions. The objects appear to look normal yet surprise people when they use them with intuition.
Aaron Dunkerton | Alice Kim | Caio Armbrust | Charles Dedman | Chris China | Clea Jentsch | Delina Evans | Gerda Hertscheg | Giho Yang | Joga Sangha | Josh Tomkins | Matt Marshall | Min Jae Kim | Prianka Sisodiya | Rory Hudson | Sam Gordon | Sam Lloyd | Sang Jun Park | Seo Hyun Cho | Sezar Alkassab | Tyrone Chan | Veronica Wesolowski | William Rodriguez |