Miroslavo came into public notice after winning the Italian A’Design Award in 2016 and 2017, awarded by the International Design Academy for his first 2 proposed products. He gained the opportunity to be discovered as a talented designer and started working with leading manufacturers on international markets.
The first commercialised product where Miroslavo applied his industrial design skills was a roller blind that was introduced at the R+T fair 2018 in Stuttgart by a technological leader in the manufacture of window blinds, ISOTRA a.s., and was launched on the market the following September. He also designed an exhibition stand for the blind and the latest reports show, that the blind sales have doubled since its launch. He then went on to work with an American start-up for which he designed a construction wheelbarrow concept.
Making physical products more in touch with today’s alarming environmental risks has become the cornerstone of sustainable design and development and should be paid attention to.
Global warming has become a serious problem affecting our health, weather, oceans, and food. By increasing our carbon footprint, we make the planet warmer than it should be. A crucial contributor to the increase of greenhouse gases is the extreme use of plastics in the current economy, especially the way we deal or don’t deal, with it.
The only way to change the world is to change yourself first.
Understanding these issues, we start to look for new solutions, ways to lower or eliminate the carbon footprint we leave behind us through sustainable design practices while retaining harmony between all aspects of product design.
Depends on the field, complexity and other factors
Development of a 3D printed prototype using our 3D factory
Can be a videoconference if outside of our studio, or extra fees apply for transport.
Other work is charged with an hourly rate.
Prices are without VAT.