Design, Research and Systems Thinking
Serving up coffee drinks that satisfy the customer's desire of convenience and the brand promise of quality and consistency.
Pigment Grown By Fungi
Pigment producing fungi are grown directly on raw textiles using nutrition from distillery waste for a circular, non-toxic dyeing method.
Second Life Textile
Made from retired clothing, Eileen Fisher's Renew fabric is an opportunity to give textiles a second life.
Dimensional Operating System
Design concepts based on existing user paint points and research backed opportunities, help explore an OS for the future.
Celebrating Japanese tea traditions through a brand identity brought alive in a small cafe space on Abbot Kinney in Los Angeles.
A visual assessment of soil health from ten different London boroughs reveals extensive contamination throughout the city.
A new visual identity for an existing brand that promises more flexibility and allows a more cohesive overall.
Pigment Producing Microbes
In a response to the water polluting practices of synthetic dyeing in the fashion industry, bacteria dyeing explores a new way.
Printing with Microalgae
Growing environment influenced patterns by exposing photosensitive microalgae to various, selective lighting conditions.
From Mood to Application
Documenting the multi-layered design process of taking a mood to a sketch to a dimensional object to a physical application.
Growing Materials from Waste
Fungi harbor the potential to break down waste and recycle nutrients back into the ecosystem, while also producing a promising biomaterial.
Sustainable Office Renovation
Demand for sustainable waste management is increasing rapidly, calling for a brand-mission based office renovation.