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Francisco Norris

MA work

Zero Emissions Livestock Project

ZELP is a project by Francisco Norris that aims to neutralise the environmental impact of ruminants. By creating a device that transforms the methane exhaled into carbon dioxide, the impact can be drastically reduced. 

Francisco is also working towards developing a traceability system for reduced methane emission livestock products.


  • MA Degree


    School of Communication


    MA Information Experience Design, 2017

  • I am an interdisciplinary Designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. My past work included developing inclusive technology and creating immersive installations. My current project deals with the issue of livestock methane emissions, proposing a way to curve their negative impact.

  • Degrees

  • BA Graphic Design, Universidad de Palermo, 2011
  • Experience

  • Designer at Sugru, 2014, London, UK; Designer at Yuri Suzuki, 2014, London, UK; Designer at Vahakn, London, 2013, London, UK; Video producer at Investis, 2012, London, UK
  • Exhibitions

  • Design Interpretations | Tanikawa Shuntaro’s Radio Waves, KYOTO Design Lab Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • Awards

  • 1st. Price Advertising campaigns, 2009, Universidad de Palermo; 1st. Price Typography design, 2009, Universidad de Palermo