Pau Moltó was the winner of the 2016 edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge in Spain. His Kenchikuka Toilet earned the recognition of the jury due to the originality of his proposal, a packable toilet designed to meet the needs of the present nomadic generation with frequent changes of address.
A graduate in Technical Engineering at ELISAVA Design School in 2010 and in Industrial Engineering at the UPC Polytechnic College in 2014, he has spent his brief career working on small projects in the areas of both product and graphic design as a freelance professional, before joining Cero Design Studio in 2015.
His background in road and track cycling as an athlete and a mechanic has enabled him to develop an extremely rational perspective of the requirements of the end product under extreme conditions. This trait combines perfectly with his innate passion for drawing and sketching, allowing him always to grasp the delicate balance between form and function in his works.