Industrial Design//Zachary Feltoon
Who :                 BuiltIN Studio ArchitectureWhat :                Interior Storage ObjectsWhere :               Park ...
Oblique shelf for BuiltIN Studio, 2010                          Check shelf for BuiltIN Studio, 2010Zachary Feltoon       ...
Oblique’s origins stem from the problem of shelved books con-           The beveled, or “oblique” leading edge of the desi...
Check shelf’s unique hanging system integrates everything thatthe BuiltIN Brand stands for: surprisingly elegant yet mascu...
Who :                 Dachis GroupWhat :                Movable, Room Divider & Writing SurfaceWhere :               Austi...
Many issues were resolved in the final design, including manu-facturing restriction in the radius on the interior bends, a...
Aesthetically, the final design follows Dachis Group’s angularbranding, simultaneously supporting both functionality and a...
Who :                 DavidZacharyWhat :                Knock-Down Interior AccessoryWhere :               Brooklyn, New Y...
Photograph by: Nir ArieliThe material choice of extruded acrylic sheet allowed the designteam to get very high tolerances....
Photograph by: Nir ArieliProduct and PackagingZachary Feltoon         +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | N...
Photograph by: Nir ArieliZachary Feltoon       +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | New York   ZFeltoon@Gmai...
Emotive series in contextZachary Feltoon             +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | New York         Z...
Who :                 EDITION BrandWhat :                Men’s & Women’s Clothing//AccessoriesWhere :               Pool-f...
Interior view of EDITION Nº 003.Zachary Feltoon          +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | New York      ...
The dressing room at EDITION Nº 003 was designed not only to          EDITION Nº 003 offers everything you need, and nothi...
Who :                 DavidZacharyWhat :                Purely Essential Garment HookWhere :               Brooklyn, New Y...
Original Concept                                            Proportions and MaterialityZachary Feltoon       +01.856.220.1...
Photograph by: Nir ArieliNumbering imbues each piece with individuality.Zachary Feltoon          +01.856.220.1424         ...
Who :                 DavidZacharyWhat :                Custom Tables, Set of SixWhere :               SoHo Mews, New York...
The final tables were in good company alongside designsfrom Marc Thorpe, Richard Schultz and David Weeks.Zachary Feltoon  ...
Who :                 Zachary FeltoonWhat :                Candy LollypopWhere :               Brooklyn, New YorkWhen :   ...
Step One: GraspMouth feel lead to the simplification of the design to the ribbedlozenge form of the final piece.Zachary Fe...
Step Two: BreakZachary Feltoon       +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | New York   ZFeltoon@Gmail.com   Pr...
Step Three: CompareZachary Feltoon       +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | New York   ZFeltoon@Gmail.com ...
Step Four: EnjoyZachary Feltoon       +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design//New York | New York   ZFeltoon@Gmail.com   P...
Who :                 Zachary FeltoonWhat :                Energy Generation ConceptWhere :               Bauhaus Universi...
Models for human-scale appearance model.                     Note the openings on the side of the model. This allowed the ...
Photograph by: MichaEach generator theoretically replaces the springs in a normalmattress, but adds the induction process ...
Photograph by: MichaThe final prototype incorporated the idea that a user had theoption to directly power home appliances ...
Who :                 Zachary FeltoonWhat :                Hardwood SkateboardsWhere :               New YorkWhen :       ...
Photograph by: Nir ArieliThe final prototype incorporated the idea that a user had theoption to directly power home applia...
Photographs by: Nir ArieliThe above boards illustrate the difference in pattern, technical detailand materials that all su...
Though these boards could be hung on the wall, they aremeant to be ridden. Each design has a specific flex and han-dling c...
Thank You//Zachary Feltoon Zachary Feltoon       +01.856.220.1424     Industrial Design// New York | New York   ZFeltoon@G...
Zachary Feltoon Online Portfolio
Zachary Feltoon Online Portfolio
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  1. 1. Industrial Design//Zachary Feltoon
  2. 2. Who : BuiltIN Studio ArchitectureWhat : Interior Storage ObjectsWhere : Park Slope, BrooklynWhen : 2010How : Take Concepts to Scalable ProductionClient:BuiltIN StudioI was approached by Architecture firm BuiltIN Studio of Park Slope,Brooklyn, to aid them in all step of the industrial design processfrom taking their furniture concepts off the napkin and into the realworld. As architects, the client felt that there were holes in the mar-ket for objects with their particular style and novelty. I successfullydelivered to them products that were ready for scalable productionincluding not only a prototype, but the packaging as well.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  3. 3. Oblique shelf for BuiltIN Studio, 2010 Check shelf for BuiltIN Studio, 2010Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  4. 4. Oblique’s origins stem from the problem of shelved books con- The beveled, or “oblique” leading edge of the design lends itselfstantly falling down. Though angled shelving is not altogether to being dynamic from all viewpoints, encouraging the viewer tonew, we felt that integrating flat and angled surfaces improved on walk around the object. This feature challenged our manufacturerthe vast majority of existing designs, greatly enhancing versatility. and requires the highest level of craftsmanship to complete.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  5. 5. Check shelf’s unique hanging system integrates everything thatthe BuiltIN Brand stands for: surprisingly elegant yet masculinearrangements of form paired with intriguing use of materials andprocesses. This shelf also called for extremely tight tolerancesand the utmost level of craftsmanship from the manufacturer.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  6. 6. Who : Dachis GroupWhat : Movable, Room Divider & Writing SurfaceWhere : Austin, TexasWhen : 2010How : Translate DG Brand into a Visually Exciting ProductClient:Dachis GroupIn early 2010, I was brought on to the design project of DachisGroup’s headquarters in Austin, Texas, by Ms. Monroe of M | Mon-roe Design. My role was to develop a mobile room divider that fitwithin Dachis’ aesthetic, while serving as a functional writing andpresentation aid to the ever-expanding members of their team. Theprocess included extensive consultation with manufacturers as wellas perpetual communication with Ms. Monroe, the project’s leadinterior designer.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  7. 7. Many issues were resolved in the final design, including manu-facturing restriction in the radius on the interior bends, and theengineering restriction in the width-to-weight ratio of the bases.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  8. 8. Aesthetically, the final design follows Dachis Group’s angularbranding, simultaneously supporting both functionality and astriking presence in the open expanse of the office.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  9. 9. Who : DavidZacharyWhat : Knock-Down Interior AccessoryWhere : Brooklyn, New YorkWhen : 2009How : Elevate the Impact of the Humble Tea LightCollaboration:EmotiveThe first of several products coming from the collaboration ofBrooklyn designers Zachary Feltoon and David Wright. The simpleand elegant tea light holder consisted of two identical interlockingprofiles that supported the flame of a tea light above the table sur-face. Negative space and the objects elegance added to the petiteflames impact on the interior.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  10. 10. Photograph by: Nir ArieliThe material choice of extruded acrylic sheet allowed the designteam to get very high tolerances. Kurf from the laser was nominal,so within only a few prototypes, the profile was dialed in.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  11. 11. Photograph by: Nir ArieliProduct and PackagingZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  12. 12. Photograph by: Nir ArieliZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  13. 13. Emotive series in contextZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  14. 14. Who : EDITION BrandWhat : Men’s & Women’s Clothing//AccessoriesWhere : Pool-front, SOLÉ East Hotel, Montauk, New YorkWhen : Limited Engagement, June through September, 2010How : Three Week Design//BuildClient:EDITION N° 003The EDITION’s third store at the well known hotel SOLÉ East inMontauk, NY was a wholly successful endeavor. The customer’sexperience represented what the brand was seeking to achieve: anenvironment of low pressure retail, incorporating only brands thatrepresented balanced design and flawless execution. The storesinterior was an eclectic mix of textured surfaces, natural materials,and subtle design cues that transformed the 400 sq. foot outpostinto the summation of a Hamptons’ beach-going experience.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  15. 15. Interior view of EDITION Nº 003.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  16. 16. The dressing room at EDITION Nº 003 was designed not only to EDITION Nº 003 offers everything you need, and nothing yoube inviting, but, by using a step up, alludes to an elevated impor- don’t, mixing accessories with clothing on the many different mer-tance in the act of trying on clothing. chandised surfaces.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  17. 17. Who : DavidZacharyWhat : Purely Essential Garment HookWhere : Brooklyn, New YorkWhen : 2009How : Maximize Materials//Minimize DesignCollaboration:Hang OutHang Out began as a dream (literally) that was then quicklyrefined into a clothing and bag hook that spoke volumes withoutever saying a word.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  18. 18. Original Concept Proportions and MaterialityZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  19. 19. Photograph by: Nir ArieliNumbering imbues each piece with individuality.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  20. 20. Who : DavidZacharyWhat : Custom Tables, Set of SixWhere : SoHo Mews, New York CityWhen : 2009How : Translate Davidoff Brand into Custom TablesDavidoff at Esquire House 2009We were approached by Esquire House Designer Marc Thorpe,of 3E Studios, to design a set of six custom tables for the Es-quire House at SoHo Mews in Lower Manhattan. Our job was totranslate both inspiration for the lounge space and the Davidoffbrand. We proceeded to design a welded steel frame supportingan octagonal concrete top that was both visually light, but thatcould also withstand the elements, and parties.On view from September through March, 2009Fabrications assistance by Steven DunnZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  21. 21. The final tables were in good company alongside designsfrom Marc Thorpe, Richard Schultz and David Weeks.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  22. 22. Who : Zachary FeltoonWhat : Candy LollypopWhere : Brooklyn, New YorkWhen : 2009How : Use Design to Facilitate Face-to-Face InteractionWishPOPRitual is the foundation upon which the this lollypop is based.Most people have some of the strongest reactions to productsand rituals that a re reminiscent of their past or childhood. TheWishPOP alludes to the ritual of breaking a wishbone with fam-ily after chicken dinner. Furthermore, the WishPOP includes thesame subtle idea of one winner, with the added consolation ofboth parties having great piece of candy at the end.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  23. 23. Step One: GraspMouth feel lead to the simplification of the design to the ribbedlozenge form of the final piece.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  24. 24. Step Two: BreakZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  25. 25. Step Three: CompareZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  26. 26. Step Four: EnjoyZachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  27. 27. Who : Zachary FeltoonWhat : Energy Generation ConceptWhere : Bauhaus UniversityWhen : 2007How : Design to Make Energy Generation a Personal ConceptTiZ BedTiZ ( pronounced: [teez] ) sought to give any viewer the oppor-tunity to understand how personal a concept energy is to them.Designed in 2007, before the proliferation of The InconvenientThuth, or companies “green-washing” products, it was the de-signer’s belief that sustainability was even more of an abstractconcept than it is today.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  28. 28. Models for human-scale appearance model. Note the openings on the side of the model. This allowed the viewer to view the internal workings of the generator.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  29. 29. Photograph by: MichaEach generator theoretically replaces the springs in a normalmattress, but adds the induction process of a magnet pass-ing through a copper coil to generate energy. Ultimately it is notabout the actual amount of energy produced, but the ecologicalaffect of the user becoming a part of energy generation.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  30. 30. Photograph by: MichaThe final prototype incorporated the idea that a user had theoption to directly power home appliances from their move-ment or plug directly into the grid and begin contributing tothe community’s generation.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  31. 31. Who : Zachary FeltoonWhat : Hardwood SkateboardsWhere : New YorkWhen : 2004-08How : Hand Shape a Soul into Each Unique DeckLongboard(s)Surfboard shapers speak about their art as if each board thatleaves their shop is imbued with something greater than thematerials that comprise it. As a surfer, translating that emotioninto hardwood skateboard decks seemed like a fitting challenge.Each board utilizes a carefully arranged series of strips that givethe decks a truly artistic presence. Each board is then signed,dated and has the specs written along the stringer, or centerline, in the style of a surfboard.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  32. 32. Photograph by: Nir ArieliThe final prototype incorporated the idea that a user had theoption to directly power home appliances from their move-ment or plug directly into the grid and begin contributing tothe community’s generation.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  33. 33. Photographs by: Nir ArieliThe above boards illustrate the difference in pattern, technical detailand materials that all support the individuality of each design.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  34. 34. Though these boards could be hung on the wall, they aremeant to be ridden. Each design has a specific flex and han-dling characteristic that makes them fast, agile and a lot offun to ride.Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design//New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development
  35. 35. Thank You//Zachary Feltoon Zachary Feltoon +01.856.220.1424 Industrial Design// New York | New York ZFeltoon@Gmail.com Product Development

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