Wair oh wair do I have space for my chair? Ok I am consciously spelling the word wrong (duh). Designing space saving objects (and reading some books) have garnered an idea of a wall partition which can double up as a piece of furniture. While reading the book ‘designs for small spaces’ by Jennifer Hudson, she […]Read more "Wall + Chair = WAir"
Initially the idea was that masters takes two years, this was corrected after a year meeting with our head of subject (Clara). I have found that it takes only one year and you can get funding. The thought is very tempting, I enjoy Product Design and would very much like to be a specalist in […]Read more "Mustering for Masters"
OK, well it’s not a fever per se, but something I enjoy doing when I am free, it’s easy to use a stylus and just get drawing.Read more "Stylus fever"
In all of three weeks, I have only seen my tutor once. This is quite alarming as many of my peers are completing a lot of work under the direction of theirs. Based on what I’ve learned of my tutor, I can say that he is always rushing around attending many other things… except for […]Read more "Catch him if you can"
Bibliography, bibliography, bibliography – even writing the word caused conscious typing. I manage to type the main body of research and conclude findings, yet it is the bibliography that causes some confusion. Referencing websites are used to do the task for me (much to the dismay of my tutor) however it is the time that […]Read more "Baffling Bibliography"
As fun as it sounds, this is something that will likely remain as a concept, the idea was to have instant inflatable furniture that would be used when needed and then stored in a small ‘capsule’ and put away after use. To gain a better understanding into airbags, we need to find out how they work. […]Read more "Airbag Chair"
There are 360° so why stick to one -Zaha Hadid Space-saving seems to involve quite a bit of tessellation, it makes sense – maximise what can be contained within a given space. Everything seems foldable or have the capacity to be hidden in plain sight. These concepts are also present in an initial sketch completed: […]Read more "360°"