Work

Our portfolio speaks volumes to our abilities and what we have to offer. Have a look to see some of the exciting projects and concepts we’ve had the pleasure to work on. 


M-OCEAN AGENCY

Brief
Uncover environmental hotspots of wood panels used in the event industry; propose possible solutions for reducing the negative impacts associated with their utilisation
Outcome
Review of existing LCA data available for wood panels; overview of the detected environmental hotspots; selection of innovative material alternatives

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SNUGGS

Brief

Compare the environmental impacts of single use menstrual products (sanitary pads and tampons) with SNUGGS menstrual briefs

Outcome

Detailed report on the results of the comparison; summary of key findings; recommendations on how to communicate the results to customers

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THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Brief

Design practical and functional gift items that would represent the Czech Republic on diplomatic trips

Outcome

A set of three gift objects (multitool, suit brush and travel sewing kit), connected by their purpose: taking care if things we own, as a principle of circular economy

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PILSNER URQUELL (GreenHack hackaton)

Brief

Bring ideas or solutions to up-cycle non-returnable bottles, to give them a second life

Outcome

Two design concepts utilising innovative technologies for glass recycling; the waste from non-returnable bottles would be turned into products which would find their new purpose in the Pilsner Urquell pubs: as bar counters, coasters or signboards

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PÁR

Brief

Reduce the environmental footprint of Pár products, while optimising the production process and extending the lifetime of the shoe

Outcome

Material consultations and research into the environmental aspects of footwear materials

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FOAMY

Brief

RO Plastic Prize 2022: giving new life to plastic waste in the category of urban and public design.

Outcome

First place in the competition with a design for public seating. The modular design not only allows for easy replacement of worn parts, thus extending the lifecycle of the seats, but also minimises the space required for storage and transportation.