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Portfolio Oct 2011 P.Brolund
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  • 1. Industrial DesignPORTFOLIO 2011 contact@perbrolund.com +46 (0) 707 45 30 20
  • 2. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Curriculum VitaeCURRICULUM VITAEWork Experience 2011 Baitong - Phnom Penh, Cambodia Sustainable Rattan in Greater Mekong2010-2011 WWF Co-ordinater, Eco Tent Camp Hotel Mondulkiri Province - Cambodia 2009 DMY - Berlin, Germany Master project ‘Joyride’ Exhibitor and exhibition concept2010-2011 WWF Designer, Phnom Penh - Cambodia 2008 UnderBara Barn, Älvjsömässan - Stockholm, Sweden2008 - 2010 Freelance designer, Graphic, packaging and product design Master project ‘Joyride’,2008 Product, Event & Graphic Designer, Market & Strategies 2008 22 degrees, Kakel & Tegel - Malmö, Sweden Sommardesign kontoret, region siljan, sVID Master project ‘Joyride’2008 Guest tutor, Lecturing in Design Methodology, 2006 Designers Block, Milan Furniture Fair 2006 Lund University, Faculty of Engineering, Industrial Design ‘It’s all in your head’- IceBreakers, Exhibitor and exhibition concept2007 Internship, Van Berlo International Office, Amsterdam - Netherlands 2006 Greenroom STHLM Furniture Fair, Stockholm Sweden Exhibitor Presenting ‘sustainable design project’2005 - 2009 Customer support/stock keeper, retail store P&G S Sandby, Sweden Weekend/summer work 2005 Skissernas Museum, Lund - Sweden ‘Gain Focus’ Tetra Pak packaging conceptEducation2003 - 2008 Master of Industrial Design, Other School of Industrial Design Lund University, Sweden Skills Rhinoceros 4, Solid Works 2010, Autodesk: 2000 - 2002 Faculty of Engineering student of Civil Engineering, Msc AliasStudio, VRay, Adobe CS4 package, Corel Painter X, Lund University,LTH, Lund Sweden Keyshot, Microsoft Office 20071999 Komvux, Municipality adult education student of natural science program Languages Swedish: Native, English: Fluent, French: Basic, Khmer: Very Basic 1998 French studies, Alliance Francaise - La Garde, France1995 - 1997 High school socialscience studies Spyken - Lund, Sweden ReferencesExhibitions Mr Thibault Ledecq, Mr Claus Christian Eckhart Rattan Programme Manager Headmaster lund Industri Design2011 Mereuch, Mondulkiri Province - Cambodia WWF Greater Mekong Lunds Universitet Minister Visit, coordination & pressentation, of WWF Eco Tent Camp Tel: +865 21 21 60 80 Tel: +46 (0) 702 56 11 71
  • 3. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Letter of Recommendation 28 April 2011Reference. Mr Per BrolundTo Whom It May Concern:Mr Per Brolund worked within my project (2010/2011) as designer topromote sustainable rattan design approach and building capacities ofnational rattan processing companies in Cambodia with the aim to assistthem to access international market attention. He has developed manualsand systems to be used by the companies. He worked in collaboration with anational designer and adapted very well to the local context.He demonstrated fast adaptation and developed very good training material.His design received great attention and helped companies to accessinternational market. He has good communication and inter-personal skills.He showed that he can work in different environments and can adapt to thesituation and stress.I am very pleased by Mr Per Brolund commitment and achievements.Best regardsThibault LedecqWWF Rattan Programme Manager President: Yolanda Kakabadse Director General: James P. Leape President Emeritus: HRH The Duke of Edinburgh Founder President: HRH Prince Bernard of the Netherlands Registered as: WWF-World Wildlife Fund for Nature WWF-Fondo Mondiale per la Natura WWF-Fondo Mundial para la Naturaleza WWF-Fonds Mondial pour la Nature WWF-Welt Natur-Fonds Also known as World Wildlife Fund WWF Greater Mekong Laos Country Programme Saylom, Chanthabouly Vientiane
  • 4. SUSTAINABLE RATTAN IN THE GREATER MEKONGIN COLLABORATION WITH DESIGNER EM RIEM - WWF CAMBODIA 2010/2011
  • 5. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - SUSTAINABLE DESIGN ASSESSMENT MODEL PHASE 1-2 (2006-2010) PHASE 3 (2010/2011) ESTABLISHING A SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT OF RATTAN PRODUCTS IN THE GREATER MEKONG DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN
  • 6. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - EXTENSIVE FIELD RESEARCH ce Sihan rang k ou K Pro reah s in P elve h illa ooks vin ge, Ar ing b tV k Ma pilot Field w project ork way to ith - stud at Kuy Meng On our da car w he Pan y weav factor s ites in t Rattan team ing y WWF- techniq and other ues Rattan Nursery, Pilot site Preak Thnot Community Protected Area n Hands o Riem - Me and ping prototy y to- AC. Visit Kuy Meng Factor with R n & gether with VNCP. Cle ener Meeting elf, Work Pla nting my s c t Guided Produc tion Assesment Presse f Proje tou tions o at Camb r by Mr Lip Ch Expecta odian M eong odern R Rattan Nursery at Pilot site attan O.Touch community Protected Area
  • 7. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - CLEANER PRODUCTION WWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROGRAMME PROMOTES CLEANER PRODUCTION, LEADING TO MORE EFFICIENT USE OF THE RAW MATERIAL, REDUCED APPLICATION OF TOXIC CHEMICALS, ENHANCED WORKERS’ SAFETY, COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL PRODUCT QUALITY STANDARDS, AND ULTIMATELY STRENGTHENED THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE RATTAN SECTOR.
  • 8. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - NEW TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS THE DOWEL JOINT TECHNIQUE HAS BEEN USED FREQUENTLY BY CARPENTERS OVER THOUSENDS OF YEARS BOTH IN ASIA AND EUROPE BUT NEVER IN RATTAN PRODUCTION. THIS EXCLUDES THE NEED OF ANY NAILS OR PVA GLUE, IT REDUCES MATERIAL USE AND STRENGTHEN THE CONSTRUCTION. ALL PRODUCTS CONSITS OF 100% RATTAN WHICH FACILIATE AND MAKES RECYCLING MORE EFFICIENT.
  • 9. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION WORKSHOPS, LECTURES & TRAINING MATERIAL CMh‘annImYy²énnirnþrPaBénrcnaécñm:Ud karRKb;RKgéRBeQI ab;stVs¥it- kareRbIR)as;saFatuKImI -KµankareRbIR)as;sarFatuKImIsMrab;sMlcMruHEtmYy-Kµa CIv briyakaskargarl¥-eFVIkardaMduHeLIgvij-KµanRbePTrukçCati b¤ nkareFVI[xUcxattamry³karTajy keRbg mundMeNIrkarplitkmµ FananUvKuNPaB palsuxPaBkargar KµansarFatuKImI plitkmµ NPaB-dMeN RbsiT§iPaBénkareRbIR)as;vtßúFatuedIm-suvtßiPaBénkabc©kviTüa-KunsarFatuKImI- a Nº 1 aHRsaysMrab;karRKb;RKgkarsMNl;-Rtlb;eTAkan;éRBeQI-Kµ kareFVIkarRbRBwtiþkmµ kardwkCBa¢Ún nig Eckcay-sþúkTuk l nig gayRsYlrkSaTuk gayRsYlevcx©b; manlkçN³RbmUlpþúMelIkarTTYarEkécñkar RbB½n§k Nº 2 sþúkTukTMnij-dMeNaHRsaysMrab;karsþúkTuk-smRsbCamYynwg eRbIR)as;eLIgvijsMrab;RbeTsEdleFVIkarnaMecj kareRbIR)as; smRsbtamTIpSar nig tMrUvkar Nº 3 tMEhTaM M) etIplitplenaHGacsMGatva)aneT ;- CYsCul nig EfrkSa-mankarENna iCnCusCuleT- anl¥sMrab;kareRbIR)as;- eRKOgbnøas;-etIgayRsYlsMrab;Gtifúg nig eRkA etImancMeNHdwg nig ]bkrN_eT-rdUvkal- mCÆdæ anxagkñ Nº 4 karykeTAecal kTIBIr karedaHecj EkécñeRbIR)as;eLIgvij sMPar³ sMrab;TIpSarplitplTw By Per Brolund & Em Riem Provided by WWF Cambodia Rattan Location Cambodian Modern WWF Cambodia 2010 Nº 6 Nº 5 dMeNIreq<aHeTAkan; plitkmµ nig A karpÁt;pÁg;epþ RbkbedaynirnþrPaB nd & Per Brolu Em Riem Design by Union by the European is co-funded This project
  • 10. WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011WWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - CONCEPT GENERATION & FORM EVOLUTION
  • 11. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - Cambodia EXPORT FOR EUROPE - A RANGE OF HIGH-END LAUNDRY BASKETS WERE DESIGNED FOR A EUROPEAN RETAILER.WWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - ON LOCATION TRAINING & PROTOTYPING LOCAL VILLAGES COULD WORK WITH ONE RATTAN SPECIES AND REFINE A FEW WEAVING TECHNIQUES TO REACH EXPECTED QUALITY. UNIQUE MATERIAL PROPERTIES WERE USED TO DEVELOP AN INTEGRATED LAUNDRY BAG SYSTEM AND BY NESTING THE BASKETS SHIPPING COSTS WERE REDUCED.
  • 12. WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong -- CambodiaWWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong CambodiaPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 MANNEQUIN FOR LOCAL MARKET WAT E R - S U S P E N D E R S FOR LOCAL KHMER MARKETWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - RATTAN PRODUCTS FOR LOCAL MARKETS
  • 13. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - SCANDINAVIA / MEKONG FUSION I HAS ITS ROOTS IN A SCANDINAVIAN TRADI- MEKONG WINDSOR CHAIR TIONAL HANDICRAFT, THE WINDSOR CHAIR. ITS A FUSE OF SIMPLICITY, EXPRESSION AND TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFT MERGING INTO A MODERN FURNITURE FOR INTERNATIONAL MARKET. IT IS ALSO AN ATEMPT TO MAKE THE YOUNG GENERATION KHMERS RE-DIS- COVER A TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFT AND THE RATTAN MATERIAL.
  • 14. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - SCANDINAVIA / MEKONG FUSION II THE RATTAN CONNECTION COLLECTION (RCC) WITH VALUES AS QUALITY, SIMPLICITY AND FINESS, “RCC” WAS CREATED WITH THE AIM TO INTRODUCE CAMBODIAN RATTAN FURNITURE ON AN INTERNA- TIONAL MARKET. THIS HI-QUALITY RANGE OF CHAIRS WERE MADE BY SKILLED CAMBODIAN CRAFTSMEN WITH A SUSTAINABLE MINDSET FROM HARVEST TO FINAL PRODUCT. THEY ARE MADE OF 100% OF RATTAN AND TREATED ONLY WITH NATURAL RESINS.
  • 15. “THE NEST” IS A LOUNGE CHAIR MADE FOR LOCAL EXCLUSIVE Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 WWF Sustainable Rattan In The Greater Mekong - CambodiaWWF SUSTAINABLE RATTAN PROJEKT - LOCAL EXCLUSIVE MARKET A HIGH-END KHMER MARKET. TRADITIONAL RATAN IS CONSIDERED A POOR-MANS´ MATERIAL. BY MIXING MODERN WEAVING TECHNIQUES AND TRADITIONAL FORM LANGUAGE THE NEST SHOWS HOW RATTAN CAN BE USED TO CREATE EXCLUSIVE OBJECTS. BY NURTUTING VALUS AS QUALITY, TIME AND HANDICRAFT WE WANTED TO REINTRODUCE RATTAN TO KHMER PUBLIC.
  • 16. PUMPEN - A PNEUMATIC SYSTEM FOR LOVE AND FELLOWSHIPIKEA LOVE 2010 IN COLLABORATION WITH CLARA LINDSTEN, THERESE BROBERG OCH ANNA PERSSON.
  • 17. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Pumpen - A pneumatic system for love and ellowship [TILLSAMMANS = TOGETHER]IN TODAYS SOCIETY PEOPLE TEND TO DEAFEN THEIR CONSCIENCE BY SMS-DONATIONS AND AUTOGIRO A NPAYMENTS TO CHARITY. WE WANTED TO CREATE A CONCEPT WERE PEOPLE INVEST THE MOST PRECIOUSTHEY GOT ...TIME. AND WE WANTED THEM TO DO IT TOGETHER WITH OTHERS WHILE HAVING FUN. THE OUTCOMEWAS THE PNEUMATIC INSTALLATION “THE PUMP”. PERSISTENT PLAY IS REWORDED BY A DONATION FROM IKEATO THE SWEDISH ORGANIZATION FRIENDS, AN ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO PREVENTION OF BULLYING.INSTALLATION IN COLLABORATION WITH IKEA - “LOVE 2010”. IN COLLABORATION WITH WITH THERESE BROBERG, CLARA LINDSTEN, ANNA PERSSON.
  • 18. Pumpen - A pneumatic system for love and ellowshipPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 19. JOYRIDE - 21TH CENTURY SOAPBOX CART CONCEPT MASTER THESIS 2008 - CREATIVE PLAY IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT
  • 20. Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 CHILDREN IS JOYRIDE MOST OF ALL HAVING
  • 21. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart concept SOCIAL ASPECTS Baby Einsteins Rougher Social Climate Junk ToysWhere doParents & Children meet in the world of PLAY Less Tim e Media Digital Limited Storage Space Increasing ty Indoor Activi Safety Persecution “When I was a kid I did not have an Xbox but a sandbox. I did not play with my friends online, we were playing outdoors. We did not have the Nin- tendo Wii instead shouted Wiii cycle down the hill. My mom and dad did not call me on my mobile phone .. they called my name from the open window. I drank tap water, scraped knees and climbed trees and ... survived.”
  • 22. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart concept EROUPEAN & US MARKETs PHOTO DIARIES, INTERVIEWS & WEB QUESTIONNAIRE 4,5-5,5 Years Old 50th Percentil 11,5-12,5 Years Old 50th Percentil AGE (YRS) MEEN s.d. MIN 5 TH 50 TH 95 TH MAX 2.0 - 3.5 43.7 2.5 38.2 39.0 43.5 47.5 50.0 3.5 - 4.5 46.8 2.8 38.5 41.9 46.6 51.6 52.9 4.5 - 5.5 49.8 2.8 41.5 45.2 49.7 54.5 56.9 5.5 - 6.5 51.9 2.9 43.2 46.6 52.2 56.6 60.2 6.5 - 7.5 54.4 2.8 47.3 49.8 54.1 59.3 62.3 7.5 - 8.5 57.1 2.9 51.5 52.0 57.1 62.0 63.3 8.5 - 9.5 59.4 3.2 49.1 53.7 59.3 64.7 66.9 9.5 - 10.5 60.5 3.0 54.3 55.2 60.6 64.8 67.3 10.5 - 11.5 62.5 3.5 54.6 57.1 62.4 69.2 73.2 11.5 - 12.5 65.0 3.2 58.7 60.1 64.8 69.9 76.7 12.5 - 13.5 68.1 4.2 60.4 61.2 68.0 75.1 79.7 13.5 - 14.5 71.1 4.1 59.0 64.0 71.6 77.6 80.4 14.5 - 15.5 73.9 4.3 62.8 66.8 73.6 80.5 83.4 15.5 - 16.5 76.0 4.4 61.0 69.2 75.9 83.3 85.8 16.5 - 17.5 76.9 4.2 67.5 69.9 77.3 83.0 85.4 Emotion 17.5 - 19.0 77.9 4.3 67.8 70.0 78.7 83.4 85.5 DIY ERGONOMICS & SAFETY PEDAGOGIC, SOCIETY & DESIGNHISTORY, HERITAGE & TRENDS
  • 23. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptIDEA GENERATION Bring the classical soapbox cart into the 21st Century Challenge,Entertain, Create and Play.
  • 24. FORM DEVELOPMENT
  • 25. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart concept TEAM WORK ACTIVATE SOCIAL EMOTIONAL SKILL OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STORAGE STATUS SUMMERTIMEPARENTS ACTION CREATIVITY DEVELOPMENT FUN FAMILY TIME DANGER MAKE TROUBLE CHALLENGING SPEED SAFETY PARTICIPATION QUALITY PERSONAL GENDERLESS CHANGE EXCITEMENT LOCAL COMPETITION URBAN ACCESSIBILITY LOGISTICS NOSTALGIA FAMILY TEAM WORK DURABLE PRANKS PLAY HERITAGE GAMES TIMELESS SUSTAINABLE SPACE TOGETHERNESS CHILDREN
  • 26. Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 27. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart concept Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptJOYRIDE IS A SOAPBOX CART FOR AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT IN FORMOF A FULLSCALE CONSTRUCTION KIT. IT IS A CART CONCEPT THAT ISEASY TO ASSEMBLE YET CHALLENGING ENOUGH TO BE EXCITING ANDAT THE SAME TIME MAKE YOU A PART OF THE CREATIVE PROCESS.NO TOOLS ARE NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE CONSTRUCTION. WHEN ITIS DISSEMBLED, IT CAN EASILY BE PUT AWAY FOR CONVENIENT FLAT-PACK STORAGE UNTIL NEXT SEASON.
  • 28. Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 29. Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 30. Joyride, a 21th century soapbox cart conceptPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 31. VINYL CAGE - WIRED RECORD STAND2004 STORAGE AND DISPLA Y UNIT
  • 32. Vinyl Cage - Recordstand in collaboration with MUJIPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 V I N Y L C A G E
  • 33. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Vinyl Cage - Recordstand in collaboration with MUJIV I N Y L C A G ECONSIST OF 8.4 M OF POWDER COATEDRECYCLED ALUMINUM WIRE, 1.2 M OFRUBBER TUBING AND SPACE FOR 100VINYL RECORDS. IT´S A MODERN STO-RAGE UNIT FOR OLDSCHOOL VINYLCOLLECTING HIPPSTERS, METALHEADS,MC´S AND OTHER PROFESSIONALMUSIC NERDS
  • 34. NOAH´S ARK - RADIATION PROTECTION SHELTER AN EMERGENCY RADIATION PROTECTION SHELTER FOR LUNAR EXCURSIONS IN COLLABORATION WITH NASA-2007
  • 35. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Noah´s Ark - Emergency Radiation Protection ShelterIn Cooperation with NASA 2007NASA WILL RETURN TO THE MOON BY THE YEAROF 2020. A SOLAR FLARE EVENT CAN KILL ANUNPROTECTED PERSON IN A SINGLE BURST.NOAH´S ARK IS AN EMERGENCY SHELTER THATWILL PROTECT THE LUNAR EXPLORERS FROMTHE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF RADIATION. IF THEASTRONAUTS ARE OUT ON AN EXCURSIONWHEN A SOLAR FLARE EVENT OCCURS THEPRESSURIZED ROVER DRIVES TO PRE-DUGBUNKERS AND SEALS THE HOLE BY LOWER-ING DOWN THE CHASSIS. A SHELTER DEPLOYSUNDERNEATH THE ROVER WHICH THE ASTRO-NAUTS CAN ACCESS THROUGH ROVER FLOOR.THE WATER AND FOOD SUPPLIES TOGETHERWITH THE REGOLITH (LUNAR SOIL) ARE USEDAS A SHIELD TO PROTECT THE ASTRONAUTSUNTIL THE DANGER IS OVER.IN COLLABORATION WITH EMILIE HEDÉN AND ISABELLE OLSSON
  • 36. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Noah´s Ark - Emergency Radiation Protection ShelterSolar Flare Event Scenario System Failure Assessment3x Back-up System Scenario “Failure is not an option.” The famous words of Gene Kranz, the legendary flight controller under the Appolo 13 mission describesThe rover lowers down andseals the cavity The shelter structure deploys The rover pressurizes the shelter The astronauts transfer down into the shelter through a hatch The astronauts are now in protection, 30min has elapsed. The astronauts have access to the LSS through the floor: NASAs attitude torwards everything that goes out in the rover floor When outside the shelter, umbilical cords are used to -water -food in space. Every system has to be infallible, and if it connect to the LSS. -light -oxygen -communication system fails anyways you have to make sure there is at least -staus up-date a few more infallable backup system standing by.Chosen Scenario for further development
  • 37. Noah´s Ark - Emergency Radiation Protection ShelterPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 38. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Noah´s Ark - Emergency Radiation Protection Shelter Ventilation H2O Power Hygiene Storage Circulation The water tanks can be Electrical wires and tubing Food Sanity Pressurizes shelter accessed both from the are arranged so that the ra- CO2 reduction system rover and the shelter. diation can not penetrate the Food, hygiene articles and waste shelter through the connec- are stored in cabinets a long the tion points top side of the shelter 10cm 70cm 50cm critical angle 10cm 10cm 3cm 25cm 2cm 0˚ Polyethelen Composit m 25cm 10c140cm 120 cm 5cm 10cm 130 cm 40cm 0˚ 5cm 35cm 100cm 0˚ 150cm EVERY KILO SENT TO THE MOON COST NASA AROUND 10 000 € SO IT IS OF UTTER IMPORTANCE TO ELIMINATE UNNECESSARY WEIGHT. THE ROVER IS ALREADY CARRYING FOOD AND WATER SUPPLIES WHICH ALSO HAPPENS TO BE A GOOD ISOLATOR FROM RADIATION. IN COMBINATION WITH THE RIGOLITH IT CAN BE USED AS AN EFFICIENT RADIATION SHIELD FOR THE ASTRONAUTS.
  • 39. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Noah´s Ark - Emergency Radiation Protection ShelterTHE ASTRONAUTS RECEIVE A SOLAR FLARE BEFORE THE ASTRONAUTS HEAD OUT THE ROVER DRIVES TO THE CLOSEST PARKS ABOVE...ALARM AND HURRY BACK TO THE ROVER. ON EXCURSIONS, ROBOTS DIG BUNKERS PREPARED BUNKER... ON LOCATIONS ACCORDING TO THE PRE- PLANNED ROUTE OF EXPLORATION.... AND SEALS THE HOLE BY LOWERING UNDERNEATH THE ROVER A SHELTER DE- IT IS FILLED WITH WATER THAT TOGETHER THE CREW CAN TRANSFER TO THEIR SAFEDOWN THE CHASSIS. PLOYS... WITH THE REGOLITH (LUNAR SOIL) PRO- HAVEN THROUGH A HATCH IN THE ROVER TECT THE ASTRONAUTS UNTIL THE FLOOR. DANGER IS OVER.
  • 40. Noah´s Ark - Emergency Radiation Protection ShelterPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 41. DOCLOG - ELECTRONIC LOGBOOK AN ELECTRONIC TRAVEL UNIT FOR DOCUMENTING YOUR TRAVEL EXPERIENCES -2006
  • 42. DocLog - Electronic logbookPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 43. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 DocLog - Electronic logbookDOCLOG IS AN ELECTRONIC MAP/LOGBOOK FOR MARINE ACTIVITIES. WATERPROOF HARDWARE AND THE FLEXIBLESCREEN MAKES IT OPTIMAL IN TOUGHCONDITIONS AND ROUGH TREATMENT.
  • 44. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 DocLog - Electronic logbookTODAY PEOPLE ALWAYS SEEMS TO BELOOKING FOR NEW EXPERIENCES ANDADVENTURES. THERE IS ALSO A STRONGNEED TO SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCESWITH OTHERS.DOCLOG AUTOMATICALLY PLOTS YOURJOURNEY ON TO THE WORLD MAP BYGPS, EVERY DIGITAL RECORDING CON-NECTED IS FILED ACCORDING TO DATE,TIME & PLACE IN THE LOGBOOK SECTION& OFF COURSE ELECTRONIC SEA CHARTSCAN BE STORED AND USED IN THE DOCLOG.EXTERNAL ELECTRONIC PRODUCTSSUCH AS CELL PHONE, SHORTWAVESHORT WAVE RADIO TRANSMITTER, CAM-ERA, DV-CAMERA, SOUND RECORDINGDEVICES ETC, CAN BE CONNECTED VIAUSB, FIRE WIRE OR BLUE TOOTH.EQUIPPED WITH A FLASH HARD DRIVE,THE DOCLOG IS EXTREMELY WEATHERRESISTANT. THE INFLATABLE COVERADDS STABILITY WHEN OPERATED ONDECK.
  • 45. DocLog - Electronic logbookPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Sea charts Log book Travel map
  • 46. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 DocLog - Electronic logbookTHE HARDWARE CONSIST OF A SMALL FLASH HARD DRIVE AND THE SCREEN OF AN ADVANCED ELECTRONIC PAPER WHICH IS BENDABLE AND HAVETOUCH SCREEN TECHNOLOGY, WHICH IS UNDER ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT. NO ELECTRICITY IS REQUIRED FOR CONTINUOUS DISPLAY, MINIMAL POWERCONSUMPTION WHEN CHANGING SCREEN IMAGE WHICH MAKES IT VERY ENERGY EFFICIENT
  • 47. PUMA - DANCE BATTLE 3 WEEK WORKSHOP - PUMA ELECTRONICS BRAND EXTENSION - 2005
  • 48. Puma Dance Battle - Electronics brand extension for PumaPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 E C N A D
  • 49. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Puma Dance Battle - Electronics brand extension for Puma - BRAND EXTENTION WORKSHOP IN THE SPORTSWEAR WORLD 2006, PUMA HAS BECOME ONE OF THE HOTTEST PLAYERS, FUSING TURTLE / FLOAT INFLUENCES FROM SPORTS, FASHION, LIFESTYLE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2 4 6 8 10 RHYTHM 1 3 5 7 9 PUMA IS A PRODUCER OF FOOTWEAR, APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES. A BRAND THAT IS CUR- 2 4 6 8 10 RENTLY SUCCESSFULLY EXTENDED WITH FUTURE PRODUCTS,AS SIMPLE WATCHES AND MOVING REPETION 1 3 5 7 9 TOWARDS MP3 PLAYERS AND OTHER ELECTRO GADGETS. HIGHT DANCE BATTLE CONSISTS SHOE CLIP-ON, WITH A SMALL FLASH HARD-DRIVE, A MICRO PROC- ESSOR AND A GYROSCOPE, TRACKING THE MOVEMENT OF THE SHOES IN ALL AXIS. THE MOVE- AIR TIME MENTS ARE COMPARED TO PRE-PROGRAMED TEMPLATE, MEASURING THE ACCURACY OF THE Y RELATIVE DANCE MOVES. PUMA DANCE BATTLE IS A PARASITE DESIGN THAT “PUMAFIES” ITS POSSITIONING COMPETITORS-Rotation ROTATION X “WITH PUMA DANCE BATTLE YOU CAN BLAST YOUR BOOM-BOX AND CHALLENGE Z-Air Time YOUR BUDDIES TO A FIERCE DANCE BATTLE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET”-Hight-Rhythm-Relative Possitioning
  • 50. ICE BREAKERS - RELIVES UNCOMFORTABLE SILENCE A PROJECT ABOUT HUMAN BEHAVIOR FOR “ IT´S ALL IN YOUR HEAD” EXHIBITION, DESIGNERS BLOCK 2006
  • 51. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Ice Breakers - Relives uncomfortable silence“It´s all in your head” was an exhibition at Designers Block,Milano 2006, based on a workshop outside the compulsorycurriculumIceBreakers is a project about human behaviour, cre-ated together with Susanna Löfgren.We explored superstition, everyday phobias, sillyhabits and embarrassing moments that people comeacross in everyday life. The challenge was to translate thesestates of mind/ situations to design.Almost every one finds it embarrassing when it becomestotal silence. You struggle to find a new topic, but invain…Icebreakers is a product that has taken advantage of oursense of smell, the sense which is most connected to memo-ries. The package consists of small capsules prepared withdifferent aromatic liquids with easy recognizable andspecific scents. Each of the five capsules contains a uniquesmell. When a capsule is dropped it brakes and releasesa characteristic aroma that can’t be missed, the smellevokes memories and a conversation topic that bothparts can relate to is at hands.
  • 52. Ice Breakers - Relives uncomfortable silencePer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 dentist
  • 53. ILLUSTRATIONS, 3D & RENDERINGS FREELANCE WORK 2008-2010
  • 54. Illustrations, 3D & Renderings - Freelance work for Ericsson Communication & Susanna Löfgren DesignPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 55. Illustrations, 3D & Renderings - Misc Product SketchesPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011
  • 56. Per Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011 Illustrations, 3D & Renderings - Freelance work for Axis 2.2 Q1910 Side & top View P3344 S i d e & To p V i e w 2.1 AUser Case side view with Q1910 and P3344 AUser Case top view with Q1910 and P3344 B 270 180
  • 57. Illustrations, 3D & Renderings - Freelance IllustrationsPer Brolund - Design Portfolio 2011

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