This decorative flat pack chair was inspired by a peacock gown.
Its manufacture combines the industrial process of CNC machine that take care of the plywood structure and the back’s weaving is made by hand out of climbing string
Versatile step stool and step ladder designed for EMIR, ideal for any room of the house in a daily basis.
A sturdy and stable piece of furniture that help you to reach every high top of the house and can also be used as a stool or even as a small shelf when needed.
Its ergonomic handle make it easy to carry it around.
Easy and cheap to manufacture with CNC machine and fast to assemble.
Airport seating for visually impaired and blind users
This bench has been designed for the seating area of an airport. It would be placed near the departure gates.
This bench is directed for the use of two people waiting for their flight.
The most interesting part of this object is the middle arm where an informative panel is laid offering directions, the location of flight information, toilets and departing gates. This arm is also the main point which leads to conversation, communication and socializing between the users, making in this way the time go faster while talking to somebody and making from the act of waiting a memorable experience instead of having a feeling of discontent or wasted time.
The other two arms are part of the structure which helping the user to stand up.
This sturdy, rectangular structure made out of plywood and steel is an easy object to navigate around for blind and visually impaired users thanks to it shape and sound reflectors materials. The chosen materials are wood because is a natural and warm and steel because visually impaired and blind people navigate within the space by echolocation using their auditory cues and by phone apps.
The bench generates a comfortable and ergonomic shape with a sloping curved back and seat. The wooden parts also offer a sensorial experience to the user that reduces the stress thanks to grated cheese like feeling.
This stool talks about the progressive lives of the different people who are being helped and guided at Toynbee’s Hall.
The complicated past lives of the people can be interpreted on the bottom pat of the stool, but progressive changes after joining Toynbee Hall rise from the bottom and a stable and confident present life gets represented by a round shaped seat, where the tree of life, logo’s of Toynbee Hall is laid.
The Tree of life symbol represents the roots dig deep, the trunk, branches, leaves and fruits as a way of life where education, advice, support and the hard work of many people are comprised on its fruits as a result.
The hugging chair
The outcome of this chair has come as a result of the learning and experimenting with the techniques of steam bending with ash and cane weaving with rattan.
Through the challenging making and joining processes, the targets of: stability, ergonomics, comfort, creativity, beauty and the creation of a tactile experience on the seat were pursuit.
Tortuga set of coffee table and stool
In an ever changing and fast moving society where individuals live in nomadic ways, in small spaces that sometimes become work spaces, we need quality of portable and foldable objects that comes along with us, bringing us experiences and quality of time.
We live in a digitalized world, expending the most of our time in front of a scream, where nothing is tangible.
This design proposal offers a flat pack and decorative portable stool that can be carried around by its handle or hanged.
A lively object, directed to young people with the aim of socializing, having a break while working at home.
Mounting and dismounting this lovely stool make it an experience and its friendly shape make it approachable.
The structure is made out of mild steel whereas the seat is made out of British walnut
Recycled mesh bags
Recycling, reusing the endless wastage of mesh bags from fruits and vegetables can be fun.
The main benefits of the mesh are air flowing through its holes, lightness, elasticity and strength to carry or hold weight.
The fun wearable market bag can carry a few kilograms without breaking.
The fruit or vegetable holder allows the air flowing freely, preserving the fruits longer, also the vegetables can be was on it.
Blue thread and knots have been the joining material for this recyclable process
Bicycle Inner tubes woven chair
A chair found in the street is the perfect ally to experiment with new materials and finishes.
The seat has been woven with recycled bicycle inner tubes making it very comfortable and fun thanks to its bouncing and strong structure. The finish of the wood is white wash.
Kasmet is a very important project and part of my life. It was born out boredom, while frustrated at home, on my day off from work. I decided to start creating a lamp out of copper pipes and recycled bits. While creating the first lamp new ideas were steaming up and gradually I saw a light popping up from every single object, material that had in front of my eyes and then I was to challenge myself until the new lamp would work.
At some point I happily decided to take them to a market, incorporatingdifferent handcrafted objects made out of recycled materials too and faced the mysteries of trading with shelf produced babys.