MEaltime plays with behaviours and the perception of objects. Observations of how people misuse kitchenware, repurposing products for situation specific needs, inspire the design of products that cater for these behaviours. MEaltime looks specifically at one-person meals at home. It is a modular kitchenware system that supports lazy behaviour through objects that transform to accommodate different steps in the cooking process: preparation, cooking, carrying, eating and storing. For instance it enables eating directly from the pan and storing leftovers in the dishes eaten from.
School of Design
MA Design Products, 2016
Through behavioral observations I design objects and tools that embody instinctive actions to facilitate fun and engaging experiences.
- BA (Hons) Product and Furniture Design, Kingston University London, 2013; Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Camberwell College of Arts, 2010
- Freelance Researcher, Royal College of Art, London, 2015; Freelance Maker, 2MZ, London, 2015; Freelance Design Consultant, Royal College of Art, London, 2015; Structural Packaging Design Intern, Seymourpowell, London, 2013; Intern, Richard Shed Studio, London, 2012
- form&seek, Designjunction, London, 2015; Sound Object, Sónar+D, Barcelona, 2015; Sound Object, Ugly Duck, London, 2015; Benchtop Factory, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2015; New Design Britain Awards, Interiors UK, NEC Birmingham, 2014; Nous, London Design Festival, London, 2013; Kingston University Product and Furniture Design, New Designers, London, 2013; Designersblock at Pitfield, London, 2013; Rare Breeds, London, 2012; The Work Shop, Designersblock, London, 2011