Our product 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 Conceptual Furniture
Stealth Whimsy Side Table
The Stealth Whimsy is a hand-crafted, custom-designed piece of conceptual furniture challenging the traditional role of a side table via a Side Table Revolution.
Wedged Walnut Cabinet
The Wedged Walnut Cabinet is a custom, handcrafted, furniture design piece, made of solid walnut, MDF, and brushed stainless steel in a modern, contemporary style.
Design-Build for a Philanthropic Project
ShoeBox Installation, Benefiting Nike Reuse-A-Shoe
An up-cycled, flagship shoe recycling bin benefiting Nike Reuse-A-Shoe and Hope4Hoopers, commissioned by the University of Oregon CSBP’s chapter of Net Impact.
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.
Our product 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.
The story behind the construction of the ShoeBox Installation, a philanthropic initiative at the University of Oregon, benefiting Nike Reuse-A-Shoe & Hope4Hoopers. The ShoeBox is a flagship shoe recycling bin built of salvaged materials, designed to promote – and encourage participation in – a campus-wide shoe collection drive led by “A Step in the Right Direction.”Read more.
Sometimes, submitting to a design contest means submitting more than just your entry. Sometimes, it means submitting to using poorly-designed web tools. And, yes, sometimes, it means submitting to grinning and bearing it because it’s just not that big of a deal. But, still, please, everyone, retire your dated web tools! This is why.Read more.
A consolidated collection of posts on the construction/build process for the Wedged Walnut Cabinet, a one-off piece of furniture. Composed of walnut, formaldehyde-free MDF, and brushed steel, the Wedged Walnut Cabinet was built by hand in the wood shop at the University of Oregon School of Allied Arts.Read more.
A consolidated collection of posts on the design process of the Wedged Walnut Cabinet, a one-off piece of hand-built furniture designed to become a modern heirloom. From early conceptual sketches and schemes that didn’t make the cut, to a final rendered proposal, trace the evolution of the project before it was realized in the wood shop.Read more.
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