With the intention of having an external team 100% dedicated to the task and to reduce product development times, Celsa S.A contacted our team of designers and engineers to carry out a project in a totally virtual way. The design concept and documentation was developed by PDS with the technical support of Celsa S.A.
For more than 5 years, we have provided continuous support to the corporate and technical furniture company Formaspace LP in the United States.
Starting from a physical product, a reverse engineering process was carried out to digitize all the components of the machine and facilitate the identification, assembly and inventory process.
Our design team worked closely with the application developers, who were looking for a formal concept to sell their project to prospective clients. Our support allowed the company to have an external design team to shape its ideas and achieve a ready-to-market product.
Product development for an entrepreneur with an objective product idea but no knowledge of industrial design. The proposed work methodology allowed the constant participation of the client to understand the formal and functional requirements of their business idea. The graphic documentation through quick sketches and mood boards were essential for the interpretation of the client's ideas and their translation into a product that meets the market requirements.
We are a team of designers and engineers who love creativity and ideas that help improve our environment. We are always looking to provide solutions in the area of design that best defines us: furniture!
Chalk, is a conceptual design of its own that seeks to re-signify work meetings by offering different forms of use for a conference table. Designed and thought to encourage teamwork.
Quick project designed for health emergencies, where ease of transport, simplicity in assembly and simplicity in the production process were the most important aspects to consider for its design.
It is an open source project, developed in solidarity for an emergency situation that required easily assembled modules in spaces adapted for medical and hospital care.