Space Shifters – an abstraction of ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’

It’s been a quiet few months on here which usually means I’ve been very busy since my last post, and I confidentally say that is true. The end of my second year was pretty hectic, especially around the time of Light and Building  which happened to fall on the last weekend before a few of…

PYRA – XICATO Luminaire Project Winner

The Luminaire Project, our first full length project at University lasting almost 3 months long. PYRA is being exhibited at the Light and Build fair this year in Frankfurt. Sponsored by Xicato, Mike Stoane Lighting and the LET (Lighting Education Trust), we were given the task of designing a luminaire for either a domestic or…

Modular Sound by B&O

Bang and Olufsen have created the speaker for those who love to customise and match their tech to their living spaces. BeoSound Shape is a wall-mounted wireless speaker system for design conscious music lovers – delivering immersive sound staging, a customizable design and integrated noise dampers for improved room acoustics. The BeoSound has been created…

Have Yourself a Merry IKEA Christmas

We’re not even halfway through October yet and most retailers have their Christmas catalogues, décor and even music in full swing. Most of these retailers have used the same shiny, bulbous decorations as last year and the year before, stocking the same novelty penguin mugs or general tacky stocking fillers and most importantly, repeating Michael…

The Light of Hope

  Finally, a sensible response to deforestation Our Earth’s forests are disappearing at a continuously alarming rate – everyone knows this. However, only three designers have drawn a hopeful silver lining from this very large, grey cloud. The Light of Hope reinvents the lightbulb to be manufactured from the charcoal taken from burnt rainforests. No,…

LDF 2017

Just before my second year of University starts, all the new design fresher’s and returners head off to central London for a day in awe of some of the most innovative and up and coming designs of the year. I went to three exhibitions during the day, however I would have loved to have gone…

Perfume – A Sensory Journey

During my commutes on the tube to and from work, I’ve found myself skimming through the Metros and reading each free weekly ES magazine (which are great aids for avoiding  eye contact with anyone) in the search for events and activities to go to before University starts for the year. I came across a double…