Light

Light

The Light L16 is the world's first multi-aperture computational camera. It uses breakthrough optics design with the most advanced imaging engine ever created to give you the control of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone. The Industrial Design elegantly integrates the technology in a highly functional form factor that is all camera. The studio engaged in a close collaboration with Light Labs engineering and their manufacturing partners to ensure the promise of the design is realized in the manufactured product. 

Eero

Eero

A smart home requires smart Wi-Fi in order to work. Eero’s vision is that you can do everything at once and easily share your network with guests. The eero system was designed to reliably, synchronously handle web surfing, multiple video and audio streams along with connected devices. The elegant, low-key Industrial Design supports a product that wants to be out in the open in the middle of the data flow.

Hunter Douglas

Hunter Douglas

Hunter Douglas is the world leader in fashion window coverings. Their products control light, conserve energy and beautify homes. As a premium brand Hunter Douglas is leveraging Industrial Design to solidify their position as an innovation and technology leader. The Powerview Remote Control is the provocative, tactile touch point for their automation strategy.

Carbon

Carbon

The Carbon M1 is amongst the most sophisticated 3D printers ever developed. Bould Design wrapped their technology in a deceptively simple form factor that supports the printing process and stages the theatre of a part emerging from a liquid pool of resin.

Roku

Roku

Roku is a pioneer in streaming media. As a start-up, they are successfully competing against some of the highest capitalized companies in the world. Bould design created and evolved a unique Industrial Design brand identity to help them succeed in a very competitive product category. The Bould Design/Roku collaboration has been going strong for over six generations of products. 

GoPro

GoPro

With the video sharing and social media wind at its back, GoPro has become the POV camera of choice. They were ready to take their Industrial Design to the next level and reached out to Bould Design. We developed an Industrial Design language based on rugged simplicity that has become synonymous with the GoPro brand. Our contributions span the Hero3, Hero4 and Hero5 product lines as well as multiple accessories such as the 3-way selfie stick.

Intuitive Surgical

Intuitive Surgical

The Da Vinci Xi is a state of the art robotic surgery system. Bould Design supported Intuitive Surgical’s development process on multiple fronts- Industrial Design, Design for Manufacturing, Materials and Processes.

Suitable Technologies

Suitable Technologies

Suitable Technologies is changing how we work and live from a distance. The Beam+ Industrial Design has brought their technology to homes and offices all over the world. The Beam+ sophisticated character and confident stance empower a closer, more human connection. 

Poynt

Poynt

A fundamental transformation is taking place in the payments industry. To address the need for better security, convenience and customization, Poynt has completely re-thought the POS terminal. The smart terminal incorporates the latest payment and security technology in a beautiful, yet highly pragmatic form factor. The elegant, integrated design speeds the payment process.

Google Robotics

Google Robotics

Google Robotics wanted to explore manufacturing robots that could be programmed by hand and use deep learning to constantly improve their capabilities. We partnered with their engineering team to help develop the R3. Rugged, powerful and graceful at the same time.

Simple Matters

Simple Matters

Simple Matters wants to free you from your phone but keep you in touch. Ditto is a discrete wearable that fits comfortably under a garment and gently pulses when your phone rings or if you leave it somewhere. Keep your phone in your purse, lose the bulk and never miss a call.

Nambé

Nambé

Pure, beautiful forms combined with rich authentic materials. Bould Design collaborated with the artisans at Nambé to produce some of their most provocative, memorable and successful artifacts ever.

Logitech

Logitech

Bould Design helped tiny streaming music start-up Slim Devices break into the AV cabinets of the United States. Logitech acquired them and took their easy to use audio products global. Bould Design supported this expansion and helped Logitech with one or two other projects as well.