QUT work with students in a collaborative unit designed to bring together Industrial Design, Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture
This table for a CBD restaurant was made from 100% recycled materials. Demolition house doors with the unique chevron design were sourced from demolition yards, sliced into sections, re-configured and mounted on a recycled oregon base. All the construction was completed by the men's shed in Brookfield, who took the project on for a small fee.
The priorities were the aesthetics of the table and creating minimal waste, so careful measured drawings were required to get the best and the most out of the original doors. Matching the chevron perfectly from three different doors was a serious challenge! The little glass windows became perfect apertures for the stainless condiments drop-ins.
Our very first graphic design job for a communications consultant. The hummingbird was chosen as the concept for the logo because of its busy busy work work energy. With a wingbeat of up to 200 per second (most birds average 90) and the ability to fly backwards (the only bird who can), we wanted this speed and agility to transfer to the clients business.