Hugo Busbridge is an industrial designer whose primary goal is to bring inspiration and design skills to drive originality in design forwards, motivating students to think about products ahead of the physical outcome. With a zeal to pursuer his carrier as a teacher of design, Hugo Busbridge has designed a number of creative products. His latest is the Flux snow melting device. This brilliant snow melting device features a blue rubber drinking spout as well as yellow grip sections. The end pack screws firmly into place in order to add needed function for the bottle, for either snow melting or water filtration. The deep-section TPU over-molded grip has been applied to allow cold handed operation. The idea is to use bright colors for the device to contrast natural surroundings. Its aesthetics is quite appealing. The snow melting device can be mounted on rucksack attachment.
Current Table is more than a piece of furniture, it also a source of energy to charge your devices. The surface of this table is completed with a Dye Synthesized Solar Cell which unlike solar cell, it doesn’t need to be under direct sunlight to harness its energy. It is capable to gather and harvest energy from daylight even when it’s in the room, it works based on photosynthesis process, it uses properties of color to create an electrical current. You can work on the table while recharging all your devices/appliances, even though it is not placed under direct sunlight, it is still able to function under diffused light. This furniture is a combination of utility and aesthetic in everyday objects, smart design.
TT New Generation Chopper bike was developed for TT Motor Co. in 2012. It is specially designed to achieve the simple design appearance on custom motorcycles. This bike is uniquely made for customers body measurements and posture. This regeneration of custom bike achieves to implement design understanding of custom chopper culture with its modern outlook.
Designer : Olcay Tuncay Karabulut
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