Redesign of Moto9 visor for Bell's new Flex technology. Visit bellhelmets.com for more info.
BELL MX-9 ADVENTURE
Redesign of Bell's Moto9 helmet to serve as an adventure helmet - adding a shield, visor and other modifications. Visit bellhelmets.com for more info.
Concept design of a high end leather interior for Bell's Custom 500.
Personal Project of a Polaroid Camera Design
The Bullitt was designed for riders who want a modern full face helmet with classic styling. With interchangeable shields and a variety of colors, the Bullitt can be customized to fit one's personal style or bike. The large eye port also allows a better field of view and the pivoting shield can be taken off to allow for the use of goggles.
The Bullitt will be available through Bell Helmets in early 2013. Visit bellhelmets.com for more info.
The Birch Chair was created from pure, geometrical forms that connect to create an experience of negative space with tension and strength. The chair is made from a series of milled plywood rings with hand lathed aluminum features.
A limited number of Birch Chairs will be available in 2014.
EBBY RANE QUARTERMASTER
Ebby Rane is a new luggage line that is tailor made for traveling business women. The Quartermaster carry on is inspired by Victorian era trunks that took on the role of a traveling closet.
The interior features cases and compartments for everything from a computer charger to a pair of high heels. The featured piece is an ipad case that doubles as a clutch and is constructed from full grain leather.
All the cases and bags are marked for their intended use and are easily accessible, giving the user quicker and easier experience of traveling.
For more information, or to purchase the Quartermaster please visit ebbyrane.com
TISSUE APPOSITION SYSTEM
A set of instruments was to be designed for a new type of endoscopic surgery. Being a complicated and infrequent procedure, the tools needed to be intuitive as well as comfortable.
The Inscope's tissue apposition system is designed to repair tissue inside of the patient via endoscope. This eliminates the need of large incisions and drastically reduces recovery time.
Delta commissioned an installation to be displayed in terminal 3 of JFK in New York. The piece, which would be named the Delta Diamond, was to highlight the new terminal coming to JFK as well as show the new first class seating which would be available on transatlantic flights. On top of these requirements the cube needed to be transportable to different airports in the future.
The Diamond was designed to have two displays back to back. One side contains a large video screen and the other a mock interior of an airplane.
The seat actuates between an upright and reclined state every five minutes. The lights also change to simulate a realistic flying experience. In addition, the amenities available in first class are displayed.