Bottle exploration (RAW CHEM)


Bottle exploration sketches for the RAW CHEM series. The RAW CHEM series is inspired by the raw materials used for making a fragrance. Looking for a bottle design that is more reminiscent of laboratory glasswork, rather then conventional fine fragrance bottle designs. The general design reflects the idea of practicality, where the description of the content (name and brand) has a primary role.


Glass and Polycarbonate

An exploration of materials for the RAW CHEM series. Combining two materials commonly found in laboratory equipment; delicate glass and high-grade plastics.

Bottle design

Well labeled. Final design of the bottle for the RAW CHEM series. This design is all about communicating the information about the content, rather then showing the content itself.


Helional, aslo know as “3-(1,3-Benzodioxol-5-yl)-2-methylpropanal, is a synthetic compound that smells like water melon. A story about summer.

Ethiopian Olibanum

Ethiopian Olibanum is a resin that is obtained from the Boswellia tree. A tree that grows in the remote high altitude area’s of Ethiopia.


OZONIL is also known as (2E)-Tridec-2-enenitrile, Tetramethyldodecahydronaphtho, a synthetic compound that has the very recognisable but indescribable smell of water. A melancholic sent, created in the laboratory.