Category Archives: Design
A bit more downtown, and is the skateboard bit of the CONS project LND. The design was done as a collaboration with Jerome Campbell, one of the brand ambassadors of Cons. And the idea was to create a street that is a collection of sought after skate spots, tweaked to become better to skate. We then drew up all the objects and master plan to make sure it all worked together for it to be built in the UK.
The build was done by a group of talented folk from The Scenery Shop, based out in Sussex. All of the objects were built offsite, then with an intense three day onsite build. It was a pleasure working with all the crew: Alex Peters, Alex Avantis, Alan Hayes, Rob Smith, Lars Lauritzen, Harriet Lumby, Eddy Llewellyn, Elliot Dawes, Jos Carroll, Tom Roy Sue Puckett, Natalie red Perkins, Candy Tomlinson, Tim and captain Si Carroll, the end result was hyper real, and a blur between reality and fiction.
Plan by F31, Images by Jerome Campbell.
New camera testing whilst trying to find the right spot for our new interactive installation.
Rich has been picked to be the first to take part in a new initiative by grolschstudios.se. Watch this space for progress updates.
Lorenzo a PHD student from UID is looking into how the postal system could become a bit more user focused and friendly. Below shows the secret life of a package on it’s way to Floda, and some locals seeing a drone delivery prototype.
Check out the progress and more in depth information on his blog
We’ve been working with the Industrial Design Intensive Course (IDI) at Umeå Institute of Design on way finding. Here some pictures of the resulting exhibition…
Students of the Masters course Interaction Design at Umeå Institute of Design have been travelling back and forth to Abisko (even further north in Sweden), there they have found communication opportunities for various target audiences. This has resulted in a great variety of amazing projects, some shown below. For more information check this link.
Prototype of a control station for the umevatoriet mini Mars rovers. There will be 4 floor standing docks, and 6 table standing. Each dock controls a different function of the rover, so collaboration is key when navigating.