Final year project
An at home coral regeneration system to aid the mass replenishment of the worlds coral reefs.
The system provides the optimal environment for growing coral fragments to the required size, the coral is then sent away by the user and replanted onto the dead coral reefs.
A simple to use fully self-contained product allows the everyday person to help save our reefs, with accurate water monitoring and simple coral removal no expertise knowledge is required.
Designed to be a focal point of the room, the product gives the user sense of fulfilment that they are a part of something bigger and helping save our planet.
Safe Water is a personal home swimming pool monitor, keeping track of your pool data to keep both the pool and the users safe.
Over 90% of the world's coral reefs will die by 2050, and an estimated 40% are already dead. My final year product aims to solve this issue by providing a efficient way for users to grow coral in their homes, that in turn is then taken and replanted back onto our reefs.
I am a versatile designer with a great passion for learning new skills. In my work I strive for perfection through a simplistic clean solution that seamlessly combines the form and function. I am a curious person who is always willing to expand my knowledge in everything I do, both design and non-design related. Having a broad skill set and a hands on approach to my design work, I am able to explore all stages of the design process, which ensures I produce the best possible outcome. Being adaptable, open-minded and a great team player allows me to be able to work with people from an array of disciplines. In the future I am aiming for a career that will allow me to explore endless opportunities and give me the the chance to expand my knowledge and learn new skills.
'18 Diploma in International Studies
Erasmus Exchange - TU Delft, The Netherlands
02/2018 - 06/2018
The LEGO Group