Innovation Design Engineering
This project explores our interaction with air, and how we use it to sense and respond to our surroundings. In particular, I investigate how air could be used to enhance our perception of space, and also extend it through external objects.
I am inspired by how we are able to experience air naturally through all our senses. By increasingly operating through the lens of technology in an audiovisual manner, we neglect the other senses. However, with progressively more complex tasks, the inclusion of these forgotten senses will become essential for more intuitive interactions.
Supported by: Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
MEng, Aeronautical Engineering, University of Bristol, 2010
Industrial Design Intern, Gillette, Procter & Gamble, Reading, 2011; Manufacturing Engineering Intern, Rolls-Royce Plc, Bristol, 2009; Engineering Intern, Rolls-Royce Plc, Bristol, 2008
Paradise, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Milan, Italy, 2012; IDE: Past Present and Future, Imperial College London, London, 2012
Winner, Royal Commission for the Great Exhibition of 1851 Industrial Design Studentship, 2010-12; Winner, Royal Aeronautical Society Prize for Best Final Year Aeronautical Engineering Student, 2010