How many things have you invented in your life? In your house maybe a few, in your head probably a thousand. George Davison is a man who dared to give his invention a try. It became an invention factory, a dreamland where wannabe inventors could execute ideas of their own.
I often get tired of malfunctioning gardening tools: ‘I can do that better!’ Sometimes I try to improve the product by taping it to an iron tube. Most of my inventions remain nothing but dreams. I don’t even bother sketching them out. After all, I’m not a technician. It’s unrealistic to think they can ever be made, or is it?
It doesn’t hurt to get a little help in making your dreams come true. Davison Design and Development is a multi-skilled invention office. To the founder, George Davison, the trouble people have with inventing products isn’t a wild teenager’s dream but an everyday issue. It takes a team of experts to build a complex invention, but who should generate the idea in the first place? Amateurs get great ideas from everyday life. There’s a little Leonardo in all of us.
One of Davison’s many creations is Inventionland: an inventor’s lab designed in the style of an attraction park. I won’t be the first one to compare it to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Inventionland is where fantasy and realistic goals converge, where dreaming and productivity go hand in hand.
Running waterfalls, chirping birds and music breath life into Inventionland. It’s a psychological playground for Davison’s employees. Working spaces are modeled after symbols of human imagination. The ideal working space for designing toys? Well, how about a pirate ship?
You’ll find all kinds of professionals at Inventionland, in places where you’d expect them the most – or the least. A model designer doing laser cutting at a desk or a tailor sewing on a cushion. People here have all the room to pick a workspace that suits their mood.
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