Our multi-purpose modular system is a pioneering organism. Botanically speaking. Hardy and humble, it thrives in uninhabitable wastelands. Asylum centers. Refugee camps. Yet it also permeates spaces that seem to be destined for transience. Office foyers. Public squares. Similarly to lichen or fungi, Ruderal transforms these neglected areas into places brimming with diverse life. The first prototype features 3D printed modules from recycled polymer, made by PRUSA LAB, nevertheless, various material variants will be offered. Modules are also are easy to mix, match, and maintain. Following the formula of co-design, it makes a perfect fit for the everyday flow of life. It doesn’t matter if you need a bench, a whiteboard stand, or just a bit of privacy — Ruderal can be modified by any user, right on the spot. Simply. Inclusively. Playfully.
exhibited at NYC Design Week 2023
a collection of lighting objects made from preforms originally intended for the production of PET bottles. inspired by a need to reassess traditional approaches to craftsmanship in times of climate crisis.
a collection of sofas made from recycled materials, intended for indoor use in public spaces. the lightweight, modular design enables easy assembly and repairs, and saves space during transport and storage.
winner of the RO Plastic Prize 2022
SECOND LIFE for PILSNER URQUELL
design concepts utilising innovative glass recycling technologies to upcycle non-returnable bottles. waste material is transformed into products that find new purpose in the Pilsner Urquell pubs as bar counters, coasters, signboards.
3rd place winner at Greenhack hackathon 2021
a multi-sensory installation for the opening party for Designblok 2022, hosted by Konsepti and Lasvit.
visually improved, sleek design for Prague’s EVR charging points which takes up 22% less space than its predecessor. provides more room for pedestrians, strollers and wheelchair users and has less impact on the visual quality of the streets.
TAKE CARE for THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
a set of functional gift items (multitool, suit brush, travel sewing kit) representing the Czech Republic on diplomatic trips. items connected by their purpose – taking care of things we own as a principle of the circular economy.
material consultations and recommendations based on LCA studies. with the intent of reducing environmental footprints, optimising production processes, and extending the lifetime of the shoe.
a detailed LCA report comparing the environmental impacts of single use menstrual products (sanitary pads and tampons) with SNUGGS menstrual briefs.
for M-OCEAN AGENCY
uncovering environmental hotspots of wood panels used in the event industry. a review of existing LCA data available for wood panels; overview of the detected environmental hotspots; selection of innovative material alternatives.