PUBLIC SPACE | TEAM WORK | RESEARCH DESIGN
Team project where we had to reinvent an outdoor game in the Lavapiés district of Madrid.
Our challenge was to create a play area for a broad age group to encourage curiosity, dynamism and interpersonal and cultural contact among middle-aged people.
Our final proposal was the creation of a non-static mirror labyrinth, the structure of which required a complete conceptual and aesthetic design.
PROBLEM SOLVING | CRISIS & EMERGENCIES | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
Conceptual design that seeks a sutainable approach for the toilet space. Focused on the needs and possibilities of underdeveloped countries, it was a finalist in the Crisis & Emergencies category of the Roca International Design Competition, jumpthegap
PlantATree is a portable composting toilet that uses human excrement as nutrients rather than waste while at the same time helps to grow trees in dry and poor areas using an ecosan technique
FLOODING | WATER FILTRATION | EMERGENCY
Faced with the current flooding problem and the need to be prepared at home to have running water during the days following the emergency, this concept was designed during my stay at the Politecnico di Milano.
A central module with a pumping and filtration system that is coupled to modular tanks, in addition to being able to fill small drums for basic household needs and clean the basement after the flood.
WASTE DESIGN | REPURPOSE | NATURAL MATERIAL
Packaging design emphasizing sustainability by using materials primarily sourced from the Cuenca Forest, making it eco-friendly and resource-efficient. This design prioritizes environmental impact reduction, educates users on sustainable practices, and offers recyclable packaging.
Innovation lies in its transformative potential, as it can be repurposed into a compost pile or an ecological garden, adding significant value compared to traditional wine packaging. All this thanks to the use of forest residues as packaging protection filler.
PACKAGING | CARTONBOARD | FILAMENT SPOOL
This new concept of packaging for 3D printing filament spools has the main feature of being made only with materials that can be thrown away in the blue garbage, making it fully recyclable. These materials are cardboard as the main material and two pieces of Polypaper, a stiffer cellulosic material to give rigidity to the spool.
It also solves the problem of humidity suffered by the filaments since it is a design that is covered even when printing something, being the box itself the spool that houses the filament, thus avoiding breakage of the filament. A prototype was made to ensure the operation of the concept and it was satisfactory.