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CityCity BangBang - This was the fifth workshop at Domus Academy, a four week group project where we were asked to do something for the tourists visiting Milan during the expo 2015. Its a seat and a system of talking arrows which can tell people about the city. Both of them uses objects already on the streets as support. The seat uses steel bars on the sidewalks and automatically folds back. The talking arrows uses a standard pole as support. The arrows tells people information and stories about the streets.
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CityCity BangBang - This was the fifth workshop at Domus Academy, a four week group project where we were asked to do something for the tourists visiting Milan during the expo 2015. Its a seat and a system of talking arrows which can tell people about the city. Both of them uses objects already on the streets as support. The seat uses steel bars on the sidewalks and automatically folds back. The talking arrows uses a standard pole as support. The arrows tells people information and stories about the streets.
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the LoopLamp project - This was the fourth workshop at Domus Academy. It was a four week group project with the theme materials. We started from materials and developed products. LoopLamp are three lamps that all uses a memory plastic that reacts to light. When being exposed to UV rays the free radicals of sulphur in this polymer breaks the covalent bonds between carbon and sulphur and allows them to make new connections. It can go from one shape to another, in about 90 minutes, when turned on and back again when off.
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the LoopLamp project - This was the fourth workshop at Domus Academy. It was a four week group project with the theme materials. We started from materials and developed products. LoopLamp are three lamps that all uses a memory plastic that reacts to light. When being exposed to UV rays the free radicals of sulphur in this polymer breaks the covalent bonds between carbon and sulphur and allows them to make new connections. It can go from one shape to another, in about 90 minutes, when turned on and back again when off.
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Wenergy - This was the third workshop at Domus Academy. The brief was called new millennium domesticity and it was a four week group project. Wenergy is a domestic landscape that visualizes the energy and water flow and also uses a floor that can create energy from movement using piezoelectric material and wobbling furniture.
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Wenergy - This was the third workshop at Domus Academy. The brief was called new millennium domesticity and it was a four week group project. Wenergy is a domestic landscape that visualizes the energy and water flow and also uses a floor that can create energy from movement using piezoelectric material and wobbling furniture.
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The lime clock project - This project was my master thesis project for Luleå University of technology. I did this at Andrew Rogers Industrial Design in Adelaide, Australia where I also worked as an intern. The project goal was to develop a clock than can run on lime fruit. I started with the research, concept sketches, experiments with the “lime power”, alias models and drawings. The finished concept can easily be manufactured. The plastic cover is ready to be injection moulded and its using a standard LCD clock.
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the Lime Clock project - This project was my master thesis project for Luleå University of technology. I did this at Andrew Rogers Industrial Design in Adelaide, Australia where I also worked as an intern. The project goal was to develop a clock than can run on lime fruit. I started with the research, concept sketches, experiments with the “lime power”, alias models and drawings. The finished concept can easily be manufactured. The plastic cover is ready to be injection moulded and its using a standard LCD clock.
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The Permobil project - This was the last course at Luleå University of technology. This course was a group project where I was the project leader. The goal was to develop new rims and restyle the plastic cover for an electric wheel chair. The idea was to create an easy way for the users to personalize there wheelchair. We did a dark and a light base tone and then had details that can be replaced with different colours and shapes. For example the orange plastic hub caps for the rim.
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the Permobil project - This was the last course at Luleå University of technology. This course was a group project where I was the project leader. The goal was to develop new rims and restyle the plastic cover for an electric wheel chair. The idea was to create an easy way for the users to personalize there wheelchair. We did a dark and a light base tone and then had details that can be replaced with different colours and shapes. For example the orange plastic hub caps for the rim.
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Renderings - Here are some renderings that have been done using either Autodesk Alias or Autodesk Maya. The car was modelled from a clay model as a part of a project at the Umeå Institute of Design. The toaster and the room were also projects made in Umeå. The lamp was made for a visualization course in Alias. The air condition concept and the concepts for lighting remotes were made at Andrew Rogers Industrial Design.
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Render - A maya rendering of a car, modeled from a clay model made by Emelie Lundquist
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Other stuff - Here is a mix of different things. The car sketches were made just to practice sketching. The comic book illustrations were made at the Umeå Institute of Design as a story telling projects. The political posters were made as a rhetoric project to visualize how the same message can mean completely different thing in different contexts. Here are graphical designs like the ads for Aqua Events, the skiing article and the perfume poster. Finaly part of the poster for an industrial design exhibition.
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Sketch - A photoshop sketch
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