After a couple of weeks after the Guerrilla Truck Show, I was contacted to commission a prototype drop off unit for DRYV.com. Enthused about the idea to collaborate and design an original piece, I accepted. The original design went through several iterations to fit both the scope and cost for the project. The piece was an industrial looking drop off container for dry-cleaning installed in an office building. The design brief was a wheel rack to extravagant container and drive thru laundry service. I took some of inspiration from the brief and omitted the parts that did not fit into the brand. I pitch a drop off box that looks like a bread box truck that would deliver and pick your items with the feel of dropping off your dirties through a drive up cleaners. The shape of the break box truck was the inspiration of the final design. The drop off box had to include a space for a commercial-style laundry bin similar to Steele Canvas Basket.
Over the span of a couple of weekends. I sketched, doodle, quantity take offs, CAD, order parts and materials, re-design and built a dry-cleaning drop off box.