Design Practice

Design for Industry 2017 Graduates

Here is a selection of the final major projects from this year's cohort...

Kieran Brookes / OGGI / Final Major Project

Kieran Brookes / OGGI / Final Major Project

OGGI / / is a personal and portable cooking system for the work place. Using an induction headed base and pressure pot, OGGI provides the option to prepare and cook fresh food in a healthy and hygienic way. This novel system will inspire more healthy and sociable choices at lunchtime.

Tom Butterfield / TLC / Final Major Project

Tom Butterfield / TLC / Final Major Project

TLC / / is a unique piece of furniture that combines three of the most essential items of furniture in the home; a table,  a light and a chair. Although it is an assemblage, each part retains its own archetypal character.

Christopher Reid / CARRYPOD / Final Major Project

Christopher Reid / CARRYPOD / Final Major Project

CARRYPOD / /  is a unique luggage system that allows the user to organise, simplify and adapt the bag to their travel needs. A modular system provides the option to compartmentalise items and make it simple to access them when travelling. Liquids, electronics and travel documents can be located in separate areas of the bag for quick access and extra security.

Daniel Genner / SUMMIT / Final Major Project

Daniel Genner / SUMMIT / Final Major Project

SUMMIT / / is a dual shell ski jacket designed to prolong life underneath an avalanche until mountain rescue teams arrive on scene. An integrated ventilation system, inflation packs, heat pads, RECCO reflectors and a Kevlar lining, enable the jacket to protect the user from the three causes of death in avalanches; asphyxiation, trauma injuries and hypothermia.

Sebastian Shaw / CHEW / Final Major Project

Sebastian Shaw / CHEW / Final Major Project

CHEW / / is a set of children's dental products. The simple design of the brush allows a child to clean their teeth through the action of chewing. The bleed holes in the case allow the brush to be rinsed through without the child having to handle the bristles. The simplicity of this design will encourage children to adopt a healthier attitude towards dental hygiene.