Floh is a travel luggage system that you can either ride as a scooter, roll as a trolley bag or wear as a backpack or shoulder bag. The heart of the system is the Drive Module, a 3 wheeled scooter that utilizes Ackerman type steering which allows you to navigate around obstacles at both low and high speeds. The Floh system comes with two different bags where either can be attached to the Drive Module. The larger bag is a hard shell case with concealed backpack straps perfect for those 2-3 day trips. The smaller bag is a messenger type bag designed for day to day use.
Black bear is a conceptual project that consists of a family of smoked seafood. The creative concept of the brand uses the link between the salmon and the bear food chain, presented here by a chef that signs his food creations. The typology for the main name transmits strength, modernity, and a premium aspect, unlike the one used to target the products that follow a clean and sophisticated line.
The packaging for Mr. Pip's Double Cross was designed to showcase the unique and iconic form of this new and wildly fun tabletop game. With a game made to be displayed as modern decor, molded packaging was developed from environmentally friendly paper pulp, to showcase the game's design. This also allows the packaging to be stacked with multiple units tessellating, dramatically conserve shelf and shipping space. Rubber bands were selected to remove the need for glue, which also allows the product to be accessed without damage to the packaging.
Method partnered with San Francisco Ballet to design a new digital platform that encourages engagement with its audience through multiple touch points. The intention was to clarify the company’s story, provide inspiration through dance and attract a broader audience through education. The new online experience gives audiences the freedom to explore & appreciate the ballet through multiple lenses, while extending the same elegance you would find in a performance to some of the more focused tasks such as ticket purchase or donation.
A metal bench laser cut designed by Enrico Azzimonti produced by using an innovative productive approach: it is time to break the patterns and overcome the technological limitations that till now have bound the tube processing only to some application fields. It's conceived and projected for outdoor: made for stainless steel, it is resistant to weathering. The idea is to design a chair technically and ergonomically correct and, at the same time, flexible according to various forms of social aggregation.
The ideas of a tapas restaurant and a brewery bar were combined together, and became one synergistic restaurant. Both restaurants support each others' characteristics as a bar and a restaurant. Industrial elements and brewery system are exposed in the space, and the idea was elevated to the level of installation art by the designer. The beer tanks and elaborated piping are stored in the beautiful glass cases and brewing beers, and in addition to the system, imitation pipes and handles are added thought-out the space.