Form follows function... or emotion? Today's technical capacities make it possible to focus on senses without being bound by functionality.
Modern design often moves to the other side of a smartphone or computer screen making simple things around us, their workmanship, the sense of touch of materials, and the aesthetics of form even more valuable. Product design is perhaps the only type of design that appeals to almost all our senses. It is fascinating and important.
When making up the form of a household item, I think about feelings it should invoke: it should be restrained, non-intrusive, yet charismatic, representative of its owner, and of course fueling the urge to buy it.
As a result, you will get a solid model that serves as a reference point for your design engineer and visualization of the concept, which can be used in promotional materials and on websites to attract attention of the audience even before the product is released. If you need help in bringing the project to production, we will use the help of an engineer, who I work with quite often, for the subsequent technical development of the model and design documentation.