Final year project
Alga - algae based air purifier / MODA - Modular FX… [Read more]
Final product in context
The main components are the algae tank and the upper enclosure containing the electric components. The product absorbs up to 6g/CO2/day through photosynthesis (a small tree only absorbs 15g/day).
Using a range of techniques, Emile created an aesthetic model using 3D printing, hand modeling, and vacuum forming to achieve a high-quality finish.
How does it work?
Air is drawn in through a HEPA filter to absorb PM before reaching the algae. To harvest the algae periodically there is a filter, there are also lighting to ensure photosynthesis happens constantly
MODA - Modular FX unit for DJs and musicians
Modular Design project set by Seymour Powell. Emile designed a modular effect unit for DJ. The ergonomic and functionality were particularly important in this design.
Spotify promotional widget
Project created as part of the second year module Design Manufacture & Technology. As a group of six we designed this widget and manufactured ourselves to finally injection mould it. This project was a great first insight on the manufacturing side of design and was very helpful to understand the process of injection moulding.
Emile loves to design meaningful products that will improve the users lives.
Emile has refined his skills in design and innovative manufacturing during his time at Loughborough University. He's an outgoing person that enjoys working in groups whilst being comfortable undertaking individual tasks. Over his 4 years at Loughborough University, his work has progressed towards user-centric design. He works to improve user experience and solves common difficulties with forward-thinking products.
Final year project
Alga - algae based air purifier / MODA - Modular FX unit for DJs and musicians
'20 Diploma in International Studies
February 2019 - August 2019
Design Intern, Thinkable Studio GmbH