Conserve Fridge | Industrial Design

Conserve Fridge

Conserve Fridge

Conserve Fridge – cool air inside

Conserve Fridge – cool air inside

Conserve Fridge – traps cool air if a shelf is opened

Conserve Fridge – traps cool air if a shelf is opened

Conserve Fridge - the drawing

Conserve Fridge – the drawing


Conserve Fridge is a refrigerator designed to conserve its cool air and to save efforts to look what’s inside without opening it. The body is made of transparent, heat insulating polymer glass composite. Due to sliding individual shelves, user opens only the shelf having the desired item. The sliding shelf doors don’t force the cool air out which happens when the door of a normal refrigerator is opened. Hence, the cool air is conserved which saves power. With the ease to notice food inside it, it promotes to consume food items in time before they expire.

The design of a traditional refrigerator hasn’t undergone major changes in order to be futuristic and improve in terms of saving power and efforts.  Refrigerators are steel boxes; you still need to open them just to see what’s inside. The door pull action forces out the cool air from all the shelves and the cool air is again generated inside the refrigerator, which wastes electricity.

It’s easy to keep track of what items are present to plan your dinner. Also, you know when exactly to go for the groceries and before you go, it’s easy to prepare the list of items to be bought without opening the refrigerator. Food items inside are noticed easily, and so these can be accordingly consumed in time before they expire to reduce wastage.


Material properties have to be researched while selecting the material for the transparent body. Properties like transparency,  heat insulation, easy to mould for mass production ,  shatter proof  even in refrigeration, inexpensive , durable, etc. A polymer glass composite is suitable for the purpose.

The transparent individual sliding shelves are designed such that, user can see the items and since every shelf can be opened individually, only the ones which you need items from shall be opened- leaving the other shelves closed which conserves cool air and saves power. The sliding shelves don’t force out the air like what happens when you open the door of a normal refrigerator. The door is not pulled out to enforce outward force on cool air; instead it slides so that maximum air remains intact in other shelves. When a shelf is opened by sliding, the shelf rotates to open and provides easy access to the items at the back; hence you don’t need to shift/take out items to reach these. This reduces the door open time and saves more power and efforts.  Sliding shelves close automatically due spring action even if left open. The last shelf is the freezer compartment. The top of the Conserve Fridge is designed to be flat and allows items to be kept on it. Even though the shelves are separate individual parts, centralized cooling is possible as the shelves have groves which let the cool air pass between them. Moreover, the ergonomic design of the refrigerator makes it more notable and enhances the decor of any home interior.


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In-Time Pills | Industrial Design


In-Time Pills with expiry date engraved and printed on them

Humans are prone to diseases and sickness. Nearly all of us have consumed pills to be well. Pills have a very critical thing attached to them- the expiry date. After this date, the pills can be harmful instead of beneficial to our health. The existing ways of representation of the expiry dates on the pills don’t consider this criticality. In- Time Pills have the expiry date engraved or printed right on the pills so the patients can themselves check every time they are about to consume a pill. The application area of In-Time Pills is global. In- Time Pills represents a simple way of adding the expiry date right on the pills is independent and applicable to all irrespective of literacy, age, culture and geography.

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Non-Destructive Head Phones | Industrial Design



Earphones and Headphones directly hit the ear drum with sound waves. This leads to loss in hearing and increased bacteria in the ear canal. Non-Destructive Head Phones are designed to let the sound waves reach your ear in a less destructive way.

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Combo Marker | Industrial Design

Combo Marker 1

Remember the pencil with an attached eraser; it gives us this nice feeling that the eraser is always there.  The design goal is to preserve the same feeling with the modern day whiteboard marker.

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GripDrive- Screwdriver Holder | Industrial Design

gripdriveScrewdriver- since invented has undergone many developments like ratcheting and powered mechanisms.  Still, the use of any screwdriver requires one hand on the handle and the other hand near the tip of the screwdriver shaft for a support grip.

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Blocks House | Industrial Design

Blocks Houses can be assembled in different sizes to improve underprivileged living

Blocks Houses assembled in different sizes

Blocks House is designed keeping in mind the conditions faced by Underprivileged People

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Iphone QWERTY Keyboard | Industrial Design

Update: USPTO Patent Pending.


A QWERTY keyboard tops the list of the features you would want in your Iphone.
Iphone represents a sleek design and simplicity, so it is important to preserve the feel of this iconic device while adding the QWERTY keyboard as an accessory. The Iphone QWERTY keyboard blends with the design of the Iphone along with its slim form factor.

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Iphone QWERTY keyboard (The making) | Industrial Design

Concept sketches of iPhone qwerty keyboard


Concept 1 | Flap keyboard


  • the keys of the keyboard stay protected when flap is closed
  • gives the user a feel of a business phone
  • flap mechanism is less complex to implement


  • a bit out of trend design as the era of flap keyboards is gone
  • delicate handling as the flap can be damaged if opened to a greater extent

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Harvest energy from body movement -Green Suit | Technology Design


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