The Rain Room by Random International
Designed, developed and exhibited the Rain Room while working for Random international. 100 sqm of falling water that shuts off above the person walking through it, cocooning them in a dry sphere.
Exhibited at The Barbican in London and The Moma in New York.
Barclays in collaboration with TechStars and Central Working launch a working space for startups in Whitechapel, London.
I developed an interactive art wall for the space that allowed people to physically post thoughts, requests, events and ideas. Using these colour coded catorgories the wall organically develops patterns that constantly evolve as new exciting things happen in the space.
Taking advantage of human subconscious behaviours can provide intrigue, excitement and sustainability opportunities.
This product aims to attract this behaviour. As people sweep their hands through, piezo-ceramic fibres built into the stems generate small amounts of energy as they flex. This is enough to send signals to mobile devices or generate a flow of light through the installation.
Charity beer mat designed to raise awareness by collecting loose change and providing a small take away as a reminder.
A service design to help sufferers of depression reduce their dependency on nicotine using a self blogging site and a network of supporters.
Designed to reveal the walk-ability of London and its many sites. Revealing the proximity of these sites to each other and reducing the need to travel underground.