Resolve ProductLab was engaged to provide the industrial design of a ruggedised electrical enclosure. The enclosure is IP sealed for outdoor use and built to withstand impacts and extreme weather conditions.
CNC protoyping was utilised to allow for accurate production grade material representaion. The unit was tested for waterproof sealing and impact resistance prior to mass production.
The Casual Standard was designed as a minimal everyday wearer. The modern 42mm diameter size and large open face ensures legibility, and the clean dial and hands allow the watch to remain appropriate in any setting. At just 7mm thick, it has be carefully designed to enable comfortable wearing, even under shirt cuffs.
The Casual Standard was born through extensive research, prototyping and testing. It represents the full industrial design service that Resolve ProductLab offers. From feasibility and branding identity through to product design, prototyping, supplier sourcing and manufacture.
A waterproof architectural LED uplight. The luminare consists of 2 models, a simple version with a fixed reflector, and an ajustable model with inbuilt tilt functionality. Both models have been designed to share as many components as possible. The internal tilt mechanism can be adjusted from the exterior of the body prior to installation without compramised sealing. An innovative design allows for the LED to heatsink to the outer body regardless of the reflector angle.
The QMC Fashion watch is an ultra-thin female quartz watch based on a Japanese Miyota 0R21 movement. The design features a unique sprung stainless steel band that flexes over the wrist in lieu of a traditional leather or link based design. This allows the watch to have the benefits of a metal strap, with an elegant and minimal visual appearance. The strap comes in 3 different sizes, and flexes around the watch perimeter for easy tool-less changing of sizes.
Tiles can be seen as an amalgamation of the tradition of the family patchwork quilt, and home-made stained glass windows. A wall of illuminated artwork is built up using the modular light tiles. Each light tile is made of a small, framed 150x150mm OLED emitter. Layered onto this is a sheet of clear acrylic, onto which an image can be painted using standard water based acrylics.
Breathing Patchwork can be used to display children's artwork.
During the day the artwork is translucent in the same way that a traditional stained glass window pane is, but at night and in low light, the OLED emitter can be turned on to create a backlit “stained glass” mosaic.
Each acrylic panel can be removed from the frame and washed clean with warm water. New artwork can then be applied with zero material wastage.
Each OLED tile is modular, and additional units can be placed in any pattern along the wall. The frame has contacts on each of its four sides allowing for limitless customisation of the wall.
In 1957 the Sputnik was launched into orbit, and in 2009 it crashes into your living room. The Sputnik features 4 individual LED antennae that can pivot on a universal joint to allow it to both fill a space and fit into crevasses. The base of the storage compartment is weighted with the power adapter and the sputnik can rock freely on its base without overbalancing. Warning: The Sputnik is not designed for lightsaber fights.