A children’s seat designed to encourage play. It can stand upright in a stable position or rest upside down, where it can rock back and forth. The playful colors and materials invite experimentation, while the form is general enough that children are free to imagine their own uses.
We imagined what the packaging for a tapas restaurant in Barcelona would look like if it offered take-out.
We decided to focus on take-home catering: a package that easily transforms from carrier to display, providing snacks for a small party.
Created with Kate Apostolou and Maria Chavez.
"What I give form to in daylight is only one percent of what I have seen in darkness."
Based on a quote from M.C. Escher, this wall-mounted lamp explores the idea of light hidden in darkness. In the spirit of Escher, the asymmetrical form appears different depending on the viewing angle, while the opaque cover is peeled back at one corner to reveal a sliver of light—“one percent” of what is hidden inside.
SHIFT is a tool to help people bike more efficiently. Its simple LED meter helps riders intuitively adjust their pedaling speed and choose the right gear to maximize efficiency and reduce strain.
A fire extinguisher created for the environment of a pet store. This design references the “cute” aesthetic of small pet stores with its resemblance to a dog, making it feel at home in its environment, but retains the functionality and sleekness of a fire extinguisher so that it can be easily located and taken seriously in an emergency.