Alutech 'Space Caravan'
This goal of this ambitious group project was to create an entry for the A’ Design Computer Graphics Award. We designed a small vessel that could (in theory) transport two travellers between planets in luxury. The model was built from the ground up in Autodesk Fusion 360 and features nearly 400 individually modelled components, most of which can be easily reconfigured thanks to modular construction. We used Keyshot 10 create a series of photo-realistic renders.
Shooting Range Extension Project
As a keen target shooter myself, I was very excited when the opportunity came up to work with a local small-bore rifle club. Our brief was to design an extension for the clubroom (including firearm storage, a kitchen and an accessible toilet) and to redesign the backstop/bullet-catcher to accommodate a larger range of shooting disciplines. I created a accurate 3D model using ArchiCAD, from which I produced a series of technical drawings to support the client's Sports England grant application.
RSA Design Awards Project - The Right To Breathe
This project was part of our Case Study module where I focused on non-exhaust emissions from vehicles in UK cities. My research showed that commercial vehicles were some of the most common and dirtiest vehicles in London, so I designed a true zero-emissions van that actively collects dangerous particles like PM2.5 as the vehicle is in motion. Combined with a fully-electric drivetrain, my concept would be remarkably clean and efficient - a light commercial vehicle for the modern city!