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Philippa Mothersill

MA work

Connecting science to art, engineering to design, the user to the object. It is the combination of this ingenuity, creativity and emotionality which I strive to achieve, and which will lead to truly innovative products.

Spectate (solo project): Transforming our perception of observing the movements of others, Spectate enhances the sensory experience of live sports events to connect the spectator to the physicality and emotionality of the action unfolding.

Replenish (group project): Aiming to reduce the unsustainable waste of resources in disposable packaging, Replenish is a new solution for making and using refillable products and reusable containers fun, easy and practical.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2009

  • Connecting science to art, engineering to design, the user to the object. It is the combination of this ingenuity, creativity and emotionality which I strive to achieve, and which will lead to truly innovative products.

    Spectate (solo project): Transforming our perception of observing the movements of others, Spectate enhances the sensory experience of live sports events to connect the spectator to the physicality and emotionality of the action unfolding.

    Replenish (group project): Aiming to reduce the unsustainable waste of resources in disposable packaging, Replenish is a new solution for making and using refillable products and reusable containers fun, easy and practical.

  • Degrees

  • MEng Aeronautical Engineering, Bristol University, 2007
  • Experience

  • Concept Engineering, Gillette, Reading, 2008; Aeromechanics Engineering Research, AgustaWestland, Yeovil, 2006
  • Exhibitions

  • Seoul Design Olympiad 2008, Jamsil Stadium, Seoul, Korea, 2008
  • Awards

  • Dyson Foundation Bursary, 2009; Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Industrial Design Studentship, 2008-9