I’m Emilios: a London-based student in industrial design, with a penchant for attractive, intelligent design. I love good food, geometric shapes, and like most of the design industry, I have a very strong caffeine dependency. I'm director at Made in Brunel, the largest university design degree collective in the country. When it comes to designing, I always aim to create beautiful products with a hint of playfulness, enriching the user design experience with tactile and fun responses. I believe there’s no reason for every piece of design to look rich and beautiful in all situations, whilst still being pragmatic, long-lasting and functioning well.Locked Pro Plan feature
Made in Brunel is a student-led collaborative platform focused on showcasing good design from Brunel University London. It is an opportunity for great students to show their skill to the world with events and publications, culminating in our annual exhibition in June, located in central London.
Light Bureau is an award-winning Lighting Design & Consulting studio. Established in 1999, it specialises in Strategic Light Consulting, Project Design & Delivery and Product Development. My roles included: managing projects, producing photo-realistic renders, architectural CAD plans and designing products from concept to manufacture.
Brunel’s Design degrees are some of the most renowned and respected in Europe and our students and graduates have won many national and international design awards. It produces designers who have the ability to realise their design solutions together with a comprehensive understanding of design theory and issues. The technical emphasis means that students can develop products that both look good and work well. Final year options have a strong technological and humanistic focus, and major projects usually comprise of final aesthetic models and functional prototypes.
Graphic design foundation course, learning basics of graphic design techniques and applying them to self-initiated projects.
The James Dyson Foundation Scholarship award for my final major project: Tactile Navigation for the Visually Impaired. Brunel has many ties into the James Dyson Foundation, including workshops run with Made in Brunel, and many students working at Dyson post-graduation.