In the last of six episodes, Parry impressed Starck with her walking aid, Flo, beating Mike Cloke and his Stable magnetic dining set for blind people into second place.
Since the show was recorded nearly a year ago, Parry has completed her six-month placement at Starck’s Paris studio and is now launching an eco-friendly light for children on to the market.
Kaspa the eco-light, which uses phosphor to create a green glow, is to be sold through online retailer Firebox.
Parry is producing Kaspa through her Liverpool-based product design consultancy Rethinkthings, which the former design lecturer set up after leaving Starck’s office in late spring.
Parry and five of her fellow Design for Life contestants displayed their work at 100% Design last month. Parry said at the time, ‘I am excited by the prospect of freely exhibiting what we personally believe to be innovative solutions, without the agenda of the TV producers and the Starck team to overshadow our imaginations’.