Our conceptual portfolio projects.
Conceptual Design for Fashion
TECHlace 3D Printed Jewelry Proposal
TECHlace is a proposal for 3D printed jewelry that merges a timeless element of fashion (lace) with an emergent technology (3D printing).
Design-Build for a Prototype Smart Object
TimeTravel.fm Smart Object Prototype
A prototype smart object that melds the feel of a vintage radio with the features of a smartphone, allowing the user to “tune in” to a particular year.
Design for an Innovation Incubator
The Architectures of Additive Manufacturing
A study of the emerging role of community-based additive manufacturing facilities seeking to understand how the design of a building can support innovation.
Design for a Public Library
A Modern Library for a Rural Community
An architectural design concept for a modern library in a rural community that supports the hybridization of traditional, current, and emerging media.
Urban Planning & Design for a Mixed-Use Campus
Lovejoy Arts Alliance on the North Park Blocks
A proposal for the redevelopment of the USPS property at the North Park Blocks of Portland, Oregon as a new arts campus for the University of Oregon.
Our conceptual posts.
A behind-the-scenes look at the design process for the TECHlace entry to the 2015 Wonderluk Design Competition for 3D Printed Jewelry, discussing how the proposal was developed from concept through execution.Read more.
The successful launch of the ShoeBox Installation on the University of Oregon campus caught the attention of Nike Corporate, who asked us to pull together a proposal for a ShoeBox customized for Nike Reuse-A-Shoe that could potentially boost shoe recycling collection at Nike stores.Read more.
Through the fog of the last term of architecture school, I realized I didn’t have any photorealistic renderings in my portfolio, and so, I dipped my toe in to explore what it takes to convert an image from barren to believable. What does it take? Boatloads, and boatloads of post-production.Read more.
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After many years of working together, creative duo Blake Scott & Rachel Simrell Scott love delving deep into the work at Emerald Seven. We love what we do, and we hope that you’ll enjoy working with us!
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