Drop By Drop
Drop by drop is a water filtration system that uses plants to filter out contaminants such as nitrates, chlorine, pesticides, heavy metals and even bacteria. Recommended plants to be used in the filtration system are herbs as they can be easily grown indoors for consumption and the water procured has a scent that is pleasant to taste. The air that goes out of this system is primarily oxygen which enhances the room atmosphere.
This is more than just a filtration system. It is a new lifestyle where the appliance is a living breathing entity which sits in the living room right next to your favourite couch. I believe that such a product can bring about a mass movement in the way we look at appliances and value systems. Several scales and applications of the idea can be explored and implemented, thereby paving the way for research and design to delve into more sustainable solutions and solve some of the most burning problems of our times.
School of Design
MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2017
I am an Interaction Designer who works at the intersection of art and technology, researching user behaviour, realising solutions and creating seamless interactions with a spoonful of magic and lots of delight.
- Graduate Diploma from National Institute of Design, India
- Interaction designer, GE Healthcare, Bangalore, 2013–2015; Associate producer, Vh1, Mumbai, 2012; Visual designer, Cognizant Interactive, Pune, 2011–2012; Animation film maker, Jamshedji TATA Research Grant, 2010–2011