I'm Harry, a hands-on designer working in London interested by the subject of product miles: the global distances embodied in the everyday objects and environments we use, which result from a globalised economy.
My work brings together sustainability, economics, local production and provenance in the design of objects for practical Read More...
Is a set of country-specific mousetraps using only materials and manufacturing technique quintessential to a designated county (East Sussex, Lancashire and Leicestershire). The purpose is to explore how objects might be if determined by regional factor
A project research that explored how trades like plumbing, could be repurposed as local resource for manufacture. The design process focused on how Oz (my plumber) and I could adapt bending cutting and soldering copper tubing to make a functional produ
This coins purpose is to embody all that is idiosyncratic about the Sussex town of Lewes and create a locally made denomination for the towns break currency, the Lewes Pound. Through it imagery, materiality
A project to engage people to consider the global distance everyday objects travel before they even buy them. By creating a cheese grater from materials from within a 20 mile radius of Brighton and contrasti
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