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CONSUMER AND LUXURY SECTORS

 

BALLY

1996-2000: Creating, designing and developing new ranges of small leather goods, shoes, luggage, watches and functional hardware with a  discrete branding identity for Bally Luxury, Leisure and Travel sectors.  The creation of a novel new range of men’s accessories for “exclusive to duty free” in-flight sales including accompanying in-flight  packaging system. Winner of the TFWE (Tax Free World Exhibition), Frontier Design Award, Cannes, France in 1998.

BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE

1998:  Applying the CONCORDE brand to the creation of a novel new range of luxury products and packages for sale by British Airways.

BUGATTI

2011 – ongoing:  Creating ultra exclusive mechanical men’s accessories for sale within Bugatti and Roland Iten Mechanical Luxury sales channels.

CARL F. BUCHERER

1998:  Creating brand enhancing novel and patentable luxury watch concepts  and packages for Carl F. Bucherer

CHANEL

2008:  Creating and designing closing mechanisms for a range of women’s watches which are easy to use without destroying freshly manicured nails.

DAVIDOFF

1997: Creating and designing a new range of smoking accessories which incorporate the Davidoff Brand ID architecture for sale within Davidoff retail channels.

DUNHILL

2008:  Creating ultra exclusive mechanical men’s accessories for sale within Dunhill and Roland Iten Mechanical Luxury sales channels.

FONDERIE 47

2011-ongoing:   Invention of the world's first  mechanical "bracelink" concept  (mechanical cufflinks which convert to a bracelet and vice versa) to illustrate the transformational culture of the Fonderie 47.

FRANCOIS PAUL JOURNE

2004:  Creating the first calibrated watch closure for the easy adjustment of a watch strap within an 8mm range without opening the clasp.

GAGARIN TOURBILLON

2011:  Creating, designing and developing The Gagarin Watch case and dial,  adding unique features and architecture to  commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Yuriy Gagarin’s maiden space voyage.

GREUBEL FORSEY

2007: Based on the concepts provided by Greubel Forsey,  creating and refining a new watch closure to take advantage of unique features present on Greubel Forsey watch cases.

HARRY WINSTON

2009:  The creation of a watch movement, case, dial and closure concept as a study to assess the feasibility of in-house manufacture for the Harry Winston Opus series.

HASBRO CORPORATION

1987-2002:   Numerous toy and game concept creations for  Milton Bradley  including the award winning "Make me Laugh" board game. 

HERMES

1999: Creating and designing a new range of small leather goods which incorporate the Hermes Brand ID architecture for sale within Hermes travel retail channels

JAEGER LE COULTRE

2009: Creating and designing a calibrated watch closure which integrates the Jaeger Le Coultre brand identity as the mechanism for the easy adjustment of a watch strap within an 8mm range without opening the clasp.

PHILIP MORRIS

1999:  Creating and developing of a range of novel promotional products for Formula 1 motor sports that incorporated discrete Marlboro branding identity to support the sale of the Philip Morris Marlboro brand in travel retailing.

NESTLE

2001:  The creation of  "gift with purchase" promotions for consumer dry goods , ice cream and confection products. 

PICTET BANK

2001-2003:  Creation of  the 100 year anniversary corporate logo and other corporate communications vehicles including the holiday greetings sent to VIP clients and corresponding high quality corporate gift concepts. 

THE SMART ASH COMPANY

1999:  Winner of the Business Week "best products of the year award" -- The Smart Ash® portable ashtray was designed to integrate with a cigarette pack and is an easy way to store cigarette debris safely for later disposal. 

SWISSAIR

1999:  Winner of the Swiss Industrial Design Award-- The Cloudie Kingdom®  toy family was adopted by Swissair as the basis for its inflight youth marketing initiative

SWATCH GROUP

1999:  Imaginative and fun accessories for SWATCH products as well as a patented "pearl" concept for RADO.

VACHERON CONSTANTIN

2009: Creating and designing a calibrated watch closure which integrates the Vacheron  brand identity as the mechanism for the easy adjustment of a watch strap. 

WEST END WATCH

 2010:  The creation of an updated,  iconic adjustable watch strap concept for the "Sowan" watch model of the West End Watch Company (the preferred watch of the Dalai Lama) manufacturable in a variety of materials and designs. 

 

INDUSTRIAL SECTORS

AVERY DENNISON

1990: Integrating new adhesive technology into new designs for infant and children’s diapers and other personal hygiene products.

BOREALIS

1997:  Creating new compression packaging concepts for hygiene and other consumer disposable products for Borealis.

EXXON MOBIL

2011- ongoing:  Taking advantage of the unique attributes provided to materials converted using a  new range of plastics polymers, creating, designing and developing new environmentally astute footwear designs and footwear manufacturing systems.

MERCEDES BENZ

1993:  As part of a Mercedes Benz sponsored  industrial design project,  creation of the “double floor” security system for a concept car called the Golfball and later integrated into Smart and Mercedes Benz automobile models.

SIEMENS

1991:  Creating a corporate positioning campaign entitled "Just Imagine it"  to showcase Siemen's  unrivalled competitive advantage-- its size and intellectual capacity of its  300'000+ work force to harness its internal strengths to deliver just about any imaginable product or service to the marketplace.  

TETRA PAK

2000:  The creation of a new generation OW PET liquid containerisation and collation system (patented) and consumer preferred closures in collaboration with Tetra Pak Plastics Ltd.