Who said inclusive had to be ugly?
Inclusive products are very important within our society allowing everyone ease with day to day tasks. Unfortunately, some products practicality overshadows the aesthetics leaving products some unattractive. Taking this onboard I created a series of geometric aids for opening bottles. The inside is tapered with a rubber lining to grip onto bottle tops and lids allowing the user more surface area to grip making the bottles easier to open. All geometric forms are ergonomic moulds of hands and how people open bottles. The geometric form allows the product to look ornamental when it isn’t in use so it doesn’t look like an inclusive product but more of an aesthetic piece.

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