2020 / Industrial And Life Science Design
/ Medical/Scientific Machinery
Winner in Industrial and Life Science Design/Medical/Scientific Machinery
Andrew Bowen Designs Llc, United States
Wayne Slade, Chuck Pottsmith
Our oceans are under threat and to understand their health we need data from around the world.
As a NASA (SBIR) project, Horizon was designed to study microscopic particles at a speed never before possible.
Connected to a vessels' plumbing, the laser scattering system can detect particles in the water as ships travel the seas. Such data can now provide a macro picture to a micro world.
Design considerations were made to support durability, portability, drainage, security, access for maintenance, harsh working environments, low volume production, and more.
Bio Andrew is an American Canadian Industrial Designer based in Seattle, Washington. Studio works and services include a diverse array of consumer, electronics, medical, and commercial products that address user, client, market, social, and environmental demands.
Other prizes 2015, Recipient of the NYDesigns Fellows Award
2013, North American Office Products Award
2010, Innovation Space / Herman Miller Healthcare Corporate Sponsorship
2008, Paul H Klett Iii Memorial Scholarship.
Photo Credit: Andrew Bowen Designs Llc
Credits: Wayne Slade, Chuck Pottsmith