Final year project
An alternative cooling device to provide relief during heatwaves, while reducing household energy consumption.
An alternative cooling device to provide relief during heatwaves, while reducing household energy consumption. Breeze utilises evaporative cooling - a sustainable method of refrigeration; to provide basic cooling aid to those most vulnerable.
Dehydration is a major risk factor for heat-related illness; as a secondary function, the design draws inspiration from traditional methods (such as the Spanish Botijo) to provide the user with cool drinking water - dispensed via a manual pump mechanism.
The demographic most vulnerable during extreme heat are older adults living alone, with those aged 75+ and with limited or no mobility at greatest risk; this group has been highlighted as the primary target user.
Live project from Panasonic
A sustainable home backup power solution for the urban Indian market.
In the event of a power cut, the device draws electricity from the user's vehicle to charge three removable battery modules – providing a backup power supply for appliances around the home.
An autonomous ride sharing service for young expats, to encourage social interaction and engagement with surroundings during the daily commute.
An aspiring designer and overall creative with a diverse skill set and international experience.
I define myself as a creative perfectionist with particular interests in UX/UI design and visual communication. As a designer, my work aims to provide pleasing interactions with an inherent emphasis on sustainability. An ideal graduate role would allow me to gain skills and experience over multiple disciplines, whilst applying my own thought process and initiative to a range of design problems.
'19 Diploma in International Studies '17 BPMA Student Design Award Finalist '16 IOM3 Student Starpack Award Bronze
TU Delft, The Netherlands - Erasmus Exchange
03/18 - 08/18
Mormedi, Spain - Industrial Design Intern