Work in

Some of the prototypes, experiments and work currently being created at the studio.

Our new Form 2 3D printer arrived. Guess what the first print was?

Studio life cycle analysis. Which capsule has the lowest environmental impact: Cofico’s compostable vs Nespresso’s aluminium?

Mat visits Sorb Engineers to check out their laser cutting and sheet metal processes for an exciting new project. 

Prepping prototypes for a paint job

Architects embracing generative design @ Shape to Fab Conf. Great opportunity for #optimisation #CircularEconomy

…what happens when you leave Mark to make some content for the blog.

Tidy Friday.

Prototyping a new Circular Economy design tool.

At Resource this week - Seeing how businesses are taking steps towards resource efficiency and the circular economy

Looking forward to prototyping cellular IoT devices with our new board from the guys at Particle.

3D prints from our latest project.

Quick internet connected prototyping with the Photon board

Device testing a new Android app we are working on

Foam prototyping for a new project

Mark’s alma matter (Plymouth university’s 3D design course) visit the studio to learn about our approach and process.

It’s Mat’s birthday! We send him off to experience the journey from coffee bean to beverage…

Testing a range of Infrared sensors

At LuxLive 2015 - Europe’s biggest annual lighting event

Precision made - Close up of a new kind of fuel cell that we designed and built

Excited to be invited to Accenture’s new book launch ‘Waste to Wealth’

Iron teardown. Laying out the 92 components.

The Optimist Toaster on his way back from a recent environmental conference

Mark experiences virtual reality with Google Cardboard for the first time…

Form exploration for the development of our circular economy lightbulb project.

The conductive tracks of an interactive poster we are designing for kids

HexBug + Polymorph = Hyperactive white blood cell model

Game counters for an educational board game we are designing

Casting an “Angel Delight” brain for an upcoming Digesting Science workshop.

Sonia Delaunay’s kinetic textiles - Originally displayed 91 years ago, are still looking amazing in the Tate Modern today

Experimenting with a digital controlled wheel of fortune. Quick and dirty prototypes via Arduino.

We’re at Copenhagen this week attending the Circular Economy 100 acceleration workshop.

Drill + Vacuum + Duct Tape. The weapon of choice to put up the new studio blinds.

Beginning a new round of lightbulb research…

Back in Belgrade for Resonate 2015. Taking part in a Bluetooth LE connected devices workshop. Technology + art + culture.

Setting up our booth for the Resource circular economy trade show in London.

Making a 3D printed jig for assembling the next iteration of our hydrogen fuel cell design for Arcola Energy

QC Time. An internet connected testing rig for measuring repeated dispense volumes from the PullClean handle

CNC milled Corian sculpture ready for projection mapping

Our world map sculpture getting installed on site

Rich at TU Delft to talk about toasters, lightbulbs and tool hire for #ProductsThatLast conference

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