Lexus Design Award Emotional Lighting
Future of contactless wearable payment devices
Jamie Oliver Food Hackathon.
Tools for the therapeutic recovery of Orthorexia Nervosa
DESIGN THINKING FOR THE FUTURE OF LIBRARIES
Creative Consultation, Camden Libraries
Hanger Radiator Termaheat
Highlighting the rituals of Baltic Countries
3D Printing Pendant Hydroponic system
Design Against Crime London
Marina Mellado, 23 years old spanish graduate in Product Design at Design College Madrid, 2 years exchange student at Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk (Poland) and current MA Industrial design student at Central Saint Martins. She mixes social design practices and technology reaching the right balance with skillful solutions. During her Master´s degree studies at Central Saint Martins, She has team-worked and collaborated with Design for Social innovation and sustainability Lab, researching and creating design consultancy tools to explore new possibilities to improve the services in the libraries of Camden Borough, Consequently her curiosity is exploring the emerging intersections between Product Design technology, Social Innovation and Cultural behaviors.
Designing Developing Testing ∞
PROTOTYPING & TECHNOLOGY
CNC machining, 3D Printing software, 3D Software, handcraft.
Interfaces, communicating presentations
Jaime Mora Fernández
It is a pleasure to announce that LUZ is back to the place it was created. ASP in Gdansk. Jaroslaw Szymanski and Jacek Ryn have curated a great exhibition in the recently renovated Great Armoury in Gdansk. In this exhibition different product designers, Students and professionals are showcasing design works until the 17th of April that[…]
Incredible Experience at Food Hackathon London 2015 Second prize winners and best Creative Designer with our proposal Hero Food: a project worked to give kids access to more healthy food choices. It is an app that helps parents experience cooking together with their kids. A fun, simple and engaging way to allow families to spend time[…]
www.wearable.com article Three futuristic wearable payment devices for 2020 from CSM students The collaboration with Visa Europe explores fresh angles from young designers Wednesday September 23, 2015 By Sophie Charara @sophiecharara Contactless is hot right now but what will wearable payment interactions look like by 2020? That’s the question Visa Europe asked of five design students and recent[…]
Design Education…WTF? During Design Junction UAL’s Central Saint Martins Product and Industrial Design programme will be exploring the question: What’s The Future of Product and Industrial Design Education? The recipients of the Queens Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education awarded for contribution to the UK’s creative economy will be holding a bar room-style debate and live[…]
FISHTICKS GDYNIA GDD is an annual polish design exhibition that showcases works from emergent polish talents, each year the exhibition proposes a theme that highlights the culture, traditions and aesthetics of the polish culture. Fishticks were very well received by the visitors. Curator : Razy2 Studio Participants Razy2; Nano Handel […]
Great experienced being mentored by Max Lamb Here a brief video of the Production development of LUZ
COOL HUNTING “Perhaps the most dynamic aspect of the exhibition was a showcase of finalists for the annual Lexus Design Award. The Grand Prix was ultimately awarded to Sensewear […]. However, our favorite project among the finalists was Luz, by young Spanish designer Marina Mellado, who was mentored throughout the process by London designer Max Lamb.“ Image Courtesy[…]