From the times of ancient Greece, trophies have seen many forms. Keeping in line with our vision for the Star ReImagine Awards, a unique platform envisaged to celebrate creativity, we built a trophy that represents this visionary thinking and captures the creative spirit in matter.
The 'Orange Star' is a one-of-its-kind amalgamation of dynamism, fluidity, intuition and magic. Co-created with the legendary English glass artist Peter Layton, it manifests as an inimitable piece of art, and stands as a symbol for outstanding creativity.
What our extensive research had taught us was that there are some staples at the dining table for every Indian meal. And so, we designed the Flip Tray – which allows people to conveniently store three Borosil glass containers. It features a sleek, minimalist design, enabling people to store everything from pickles to dips and sauces to mouth-fresheners –condiments that are generally used at every meal.
Designed at Schlagheck Design Munich, Milon Q is a new spin on fitness. The weights are replaced by motors, and the minimal design cues premium look while keeping in mind cost and scalability of the products.
A lamp built on the concept of Yogic Breathing. The form inspiration comes from Kundalini Snake, and the programmed lighting inside simulates rhythmic breathing.
We redefined the age-old bottle cover and added a strap that allows people to carry the Borosil Hydra Flask the way the want – over the shoulder, as a sling or in their hand. It differentiated the product from its competitors and added value for the customer. It was a win-win.
In 2015, Maharashtra was hit by its most severe drought in 40 years. The scarcity affected agriculture, livelihood and sanitary conditions. While the solution to this problem, watershed management, has been known for many years; the real challenge was how to bring it alive.
In partnership with the Paani Foundation, we created the world’s first hyper-realistic 3D working models that mirrored the terrain of these villages. These portable models were then used to explain the functioning of watershed management. Our solution helped create water storage potential equivalent to 13.6 billion litres of water, thus saving 272 crore rupees worth of water.
How do we make use of the extra stock of borosilicate tubes in the client’s factory? We turn them into jars. We create lids that make the jars stackable! Not only can your food stay fresh in inert borosilicate glass now, but you also save upto 60 percent more space, making your storage efficient!
Voro is a 3D printed Voronoi based torus pen stand.
Here’s a 3D printed mood lamp designed as a part of an exploratory project at Schlagheck Design, Munich in 2015.