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Support System

The design has been optimised to reduce material usage and increase the ease of disassembly to improve sustainability. The pole is manufactured from steam-bent bamboo veneer and recycled foam is used within the backpack as padding.


A detailed Solidworks CAD surface redesign of a power drill. This project involved 3D scanning a physical drill object and using this data to generate a CAD model through surface modelling techniques.


Surface quality and control was the primary goal for this project. A close up render shows how the model is highly detailed and curvature continuous throughout.

Wall Weights

Wall-mounted dumbbell fitness weights that blend into any home. The storage unit holds two weights in the centre that can be removed and assembled into a dumbbell. The dumbbell handle is simply placed on the top of the unit in a pocket. Hidden in plain sight, these dumbbells can be stored in any room, and be used at a moment's notice.

Wall Weights

The plastic casing can be fully disassembled and is split into two sections. Heavy-duty screws are used to secure the casing to the wall and ensure that the weights do not damage the wall surface. The metal handle has threaded ends that the weight plates screw into when in use as a dumbbell.

George Owen

A considerate and dedicated designer with a passion for problem solving, team work and connecting with others.

Through my experiences at the university and the placement, I have honed a robust skillset that specialises in CAD, model-making and business. I am looking forward to pushing my skills further as a designer in the industry and beyond.

Final year project

Support System to Promote Neutral Posture When Using Garden Tools.


'20 Diploma in International Studies

Work Experience

In my third year at Loughborough University, I was nominated to participate in a six-month exchange program to TU Delft in The Netherlands. I studied both Bachelors and Masters modules that broadened my perspective of design, developing the skills required to deliver innovative yet commercially viable solutions.

For my university placement year, I undertook a six-month placement with Gtech, a company whose ethos is to strive for pragmatic design solutions for their products. I worked as a product engineer, contributing to live design and engineering projects. My time at Gtech provided me with invaluable exposure to industry activities and the multidisciplinary nature of the design.