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Watering Vessel

During a Sophomore Products Studio, we were asked to design and create a water-containing vessel for a specific action or task. I designed a watering can for watering small indoor gardens. My design developed over many iterations and the final model included contoured grips, a spout, and an overall form that spoke to the interaction needed for the watering of a plant.

Designing a Watering Vessel

Designing a Watering Vessel

During this form exploration project, I designed and created a watering vessel for watering smaller indoor gardens. My final model included a form intuitive to the interaction, a skinny spout that guided water to the plant, and a lid to keep and store the water after watering for the day was over.

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Process Video

This process video outlines the different explorations and iterations that went into this water vessel project and another similar project from the same class. 

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Sketch Models

Sketch Models

Over the course of the project, I created many sketch models to explore ideas and test different forms. These threes models demonstrate major moments in the design process that led to the final form.

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