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Javier Diaque Suarez Industrial Design. Professional Portfolio diaque@gmail.com mobile: 0424424836


CONCEPTUAL CAR.


BANDERITA SHOT.


PORTABLE/CAMPER GRILL.


CARDBOARD CHAIR. 100 % Made out of postconsumer waste. NO ADDESSIVES OR GLUE. SIMPLY CUT AND BEND.


CAD CHESS BOARD.


2 PURPOSE LAMP. Minimalist elegant and neat double purpose design, stainless steel. Rolled, welded, brushed.

Ambient light.

Reading light.


VESPA MODEL MAKING.


Designed and manufactured for NIF (National Innovation Foundation) India. 2008

PALM TREE CLIMBER.


Interactive art instalation held in Hossier Lane, Melbourne Australia, during the Melbourne Arts Festival, documented and turned into a short film available in youtube.com


POLICE WALKIE-TALKIE/BATON. Aluminum expandable baton Boxer/ steel wrist Flash light Pen Key holder.

Ergonomic, light and compact. Walkie-Talkie Radio Flash light Whistle GPS


Laser cut balsa wood. Assemble and build your own plane, experiment with the different wings and experience diverse performances.

BALSA PLANE TOY.


Problem: Fin keys are generally lost or unavailable when you need them. Surf trips, boats, remote islands. The last thing you want to do is get out of the water when you are having the session of your life. How can the key be adapted to the fin without compromising its performance? A surf fin that keeps its high performance features, and includes the fin key in its body.

SURF FIN CONCEPT.

3D print Model


AIR ENGINE MOTORCYCLE. DEVELOP WITHIN THE EXISTING TECHNOLOGY OF THE AIR ROTARY ENGINE, A NEW CONCEPT OF VEHICLES, CAPABLE TO RIDE AND REACH HIGH SPEEDS, PROVING IT IS POSSIBLE TO DO THINGS WITHOUT LEAVING AN ENVIRONMENTAL FOOT PRINT, WORKING WITH WHAT THE EARTH HAS GIVEN US. USING RENEWABLE RESOURCES.


manufacturing the air engine prototype for the motorcycle, which was presented to the group and used along the project.

team work, international experience, researching and concept development for a motorcycle that uses an engine which runs with compressed air..


KAUIL STOVE.

Design: An efficient stove for rural indigenous communities in Mexico. Made from locally available materials and processes, this low cost stove has the potential to combat deforestation and diminish the dangerous effects of indoor cooking fires. The Kauil (Mayan god of fire) stove not only reduces the fuel consumption for cooking, but creates boiled water for the household utilising the heat generated. This self-sufficient design runs on, and produces, its own clean burning fuel yielded from agricultural waste (predominantly maize).


These communities live in the toughest conditions, using timber for cooking and heating. As a consequence, they face severe health issues, deforestation and air pollution. Kauil store not only is more efficient, but also uses agricultural waste as a fuel and boils water while being used, reducing the wood burning and its consequences. It is made out of postconsumer waste (20 lt. oil drum), and simple manufacturing processes.


AIR ENGINE.


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