GreenSpense invented a durable propellant-free alternative to bag-on-valve dispensing. This innovation can potentially redefine the whole dispensing paradigm. Their continuous dispensing system is based on the proprietary elastomer technology that enables high pressure and provides high load resistance.
This invention will dramatically simplify production, handling, storage and transportation requirements.
Because there is no propellant involved, which means packaging can be so much more diverse. Many materials and shapes that weren’t safe for an aerosol spray before now back to the table: glass, cardboard, even plastic.
GreenSpense wanted to communicate their innovation to various industries, and that is where Nekuda stepped in.
Watergen’s home appliance Genny finds place in TIME magazine’s 100 Best Inventions for 2019. Featured in the “social good” category, the machine, pulls moisture from ambient air to create drinkable water through a patented filtration process. Using electricity or solar power, the appliance can produce up to seven gallons of water a day, without any […]
Design, at its most idealistic outlook, is about imagining and creating a future that is makes life better for someone somewhere. Admittedly, all innovation and design projects are not created equal in their intent, content, or extent. Wheelchairs of Hope, is one of those projects in which experience meets ethics, in a way that left […]
We are proud to announce that our design for Flex AR won the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award. For additional info please visit : www.good-designawards.com/award-details.html?award=33067