Open Garden initially launched as a service to act as basic platform structure to enable urban gardeners to open gardens in their homes and on public land. This series is specifically focused on micro-living and flat pack furniture, to customise with a durable and water-resistant terrazzo material.
Open Garden 1.1
This project is an enquiry to shift the perception we have at public space and begin to see the city as a big garden. Open Garden offers tools based on permaculture and open design principles as a source of knowledge and empowerment for communities to open gardens in public areas. While Open Source plans help create physical gardens, a geotagging network helps to interconnect communities, and provide those willing to join the movement an overview on the network and the opportunity to expand upon it.
Open Garden - The City Garden Network
“Grow food from your waste”
A concept for a home hydroponic wall planter. This concept looked at how individuals can repurpose their own organic waste, and how this can feed directly into growing their own food. One aim of this concept was also how biodegradable packaging could be integrated seamlessly into such a system.
This project was done in collaboration with Renault and Central Saint Martins and explored the potential of interiors of autonomous cars. Our vision was to create a space of comfort for friends and family; to have a space where they can gather around and enjoy the amenity of autonomy. A space that promotes togetherness, whether it is inside a singular vehicle, or a joint row of open vehicles coming together.
The Future of Autonomous Vehicle Interior
Passionate about boarding, this project started from my curiosity and interest of crafting my own longboard. This is the journey of creating a personalised pintail series and the exploration of craftsmanship that goes into building these objects.
The Origami Gift
The Origami Gift is a way to take your mind of a thought and helps you fold it away. Scanning your heartbeat, it gives you a selection of origami forms and soothing sounds, immersing you in a tranquil ritual. Scanning your forms you can always come back to your thoughts with a fresh mind.
The general toilet situation in India slum areas is very difficult. This project was about giving their inhabitants a very affordable toilet option while adjusting to social constraints. The waterless flatpack toilet is to give these inhabitants, especially women, an option within the safety of their own homes.