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RECYCLED WINE CANDELABRA PROBLEM:

LIGHTS AND CANDELABRAS IN HOMES OR BUSINESSES IS ALWAYS A NICE WAY TO NOT ONLY ADD LIGHTING TO THE ROOM, BUT TO ALSO ADD TO THE STYLE OR MOVEMENT OF A ROOM. UNFORTUNATELY THESE LIGHTING SYSTEMS ARE USUALLY MADE FROM RAW MATERIALS AND TAKE MORE TIME TO MAKE AND COST MORE STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY WHILE ALSO NEEDING THE PURCHASER TO PAY FOR ADDITIONAL ELECTRICAL WORK.

SOLUTION:

BY USING RECYCLED BOTTLES FROM BEER AND WINE MANUFACTURERS, WE CUT DOWN PRODUCTION COSTS WHILE ALSO ALLOWING FOR INDIVIDUALITY IN MOST, IF NOT ALL, OF OUR CANDELABRAS. THE WOODEN ASSEMBLY IS SIMPLY MADE FROM RECYCLED WOOD MATERIALS AS WELL, REDUCING DE-FORESTATION WHILE CUTTING DOWN ON MORE PRODUCTION COSTS. A SIMPLE LED LIGHT WILL ALSO ALLOW FOR A LONGER LASTING USAGE WHILE USING A LOWER AMOUNT OF ENERGY AND PRODUCING A PROGRAMMABLE LIGHT SOURCE WITH MULTIPLE LIGHTING POSSABILITIES, MAKING THE ENTIRE PIECE AS CUSTOM AS THE CONSUMER.


RECYCLED WOODS

RECYCLED WINE BOTTLE SIMPLY BERWICK

CUSTOM LABEL

LAZER ENGRAVED CARVING


-RECLAIMED WOOD -REUSED WINE BOTTLES -REUSED HARDWARE -ECO FRIENDLY

8”

SIMPLY BERWICK

SIMPLY BERWICK

12”

8”

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3/4”

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Miles Berwick is an Industrial design student at Metropolitan state university of Denver, who has had experience with architectural engineering courses, art courses, and has worked on multiple classical mustangs in years past. Miles hopes to push for a degree in industrial design with a focus on prop fabrication and also hopes to work in special effects to help design more manageable and cost effective techniques for prop design, and for general production. Miles started industrial design classes at MSU in the Fall of 2015 after leaving Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado springs where he spent a couple years working towards an architectural engineering degree, but ultimately decided to push for industrial design based on what teachers had told him about the program at MSU. Miles left and since then has been pursuing industrial design wholeheartedly. Miles plans on graduating by 2018 and spends most his time either working, in classes, or designing his own pieces to sell on redbubble as prints, clothing, accessories, and some household items. Miles eventually hopes to have his own line of designs that can help to better the world around him and others, and wants to push for not only economically friendly designs, but also ecologically friendly designs that wont damage the environment when destroyed, or thrown away after use. Thank you for your time, and thank you for considering Miles Berwick for review.

Miles Berwick Portfolio IND 2100  

My portfolio from Digi Comp 2016

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