Presentation

Switzerland is a privileged country in terms of know-how in the field of luxury and craftsmanship. Building on this tradition, this Master of Advanced Studies is for the holders of a Bachelor or Master’s degree wishing to further their knowledge in industrial design and investigate sectors of excellence as diverse as fine watchmaking, tableware or specific techniques using noble materials.

Through collaborations with prestigious brands (some with century-old heritage) and workshops provided by designers of the international scene, students experiment all production stages: from designing an object to its completion, via 3D rendering models or photography. They also have the benefit of brand identity analyses and conferences delivered by experts in the field, as well as tours of luxury goods manufacturers. Many projects are singled out by partner companies to be produced, exhibited and published in the international press.

After one year at ECAL, the students are able to submit a varied portfolio to the highest professional standards. Highly sought after by international agencies and world-leading companies, they also often have the opportunity of simultaneously establishing their own business. Graduates are frequently offered internship opportunities right at the end of their curriculum – often leading to steady employment.

Since the beginning of 2018, students from this programme have been benefiting from a partnership with IMD Lausanne Business School, a world leader in its field; this partnership is allowing them to learn about what is at stake when launching a brand and starting a business.

Language

English

Qualification issued

Master of Advanced Studies HES-SO in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship

Yearly fees (materials included)

CHF 12 175.-

Length

2 semesters

Credits

60 ECTS

Useful links

Admissions Contact

Equipments & infrastructures

Open Space MAS Luxe Prototype Workshop CAO/FAO Materials Library

Learning Objectives

Collaboration avec La Prairie – Visite à Gstaad
Workshop avec Matteo Gonet
Cours à l'IMD Business School, Lausanne
Collaboration avec La Prairie et Sabine Marcelis

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  • Develop professional knowledge through collaborative projects in partnership with brands from the world of luxury.
  • Travel in Switzerland and abroad to visit factories and meet professionals specialised in the different luxury sectors.
  • Develop a personal project to define future professional prospects.
  • Work on projects supervised by practitioners from all over the world with the aim of carrying out collective or personal projects.
  • Work closely with brand managers until the launch of the selected projects (production, international exhibitions, publications, etc.).
  • Create a link with certain brands beyond graduation and build a reinforced professional network.
  • Benefit from specific practical courses: Introduction to Fine Watchmaking (in partnership with the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie), Introduction to Art Mechanics (in partnership with FEMA), Sewing courses, Studio Photography courses, Graphic Design courses (InDesign), 3D courses (Rhino, Solidworks and Keyshot), 3D Animation courses (Cinema 4D), as well as other practical courses relating to the needs of the projects.
  • Improve your skills through theory courses: Foundation of Business (in partnership with the IMD Business School), Intellectual Property courses, as well as other practical courses relating to the needs of projects

Projects

This section contains a selection of emblematic or recent projects related to the disciplines taught in the Master's degree.
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Collaborations

COLLABORATION WITH MEC-ART

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

COLLABORATION WITH MEC-ART

Collaboration with Fiona Krüger

MECHANICAL MARVELS Craftsmanship in Movement: Celebrating Design and the Heritage of Switzerland’s Masters of Mechanical Art

Collaboration with CSEM

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Collaboration with CSEM

Collaboration with Alexis Tourron (Panter&Tourron), Stefano Panterotto (Panter&Tourron)

Through a unique project, students from ECAL and CSEM’s engineers have effortlessly combined modern arts & crafts and nanotechnology to create a series of innovative jewelry pieces, "Structural Colors".

Collaboration with Hermès 2021

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Collaboration with Hermès 2021

Collaboration with Sabine Marcelis

For this first collaboration with the department Hermès Maison, the students worked on the theme of the mirror, under the direction of designer Sabine Marcelis.

collaboration with EHL

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collaboration with EHL

Collaboration with Nicolas Le Moigne, Xavier Perrenoud

On the occasion of a new partnership between ECAL and EHL, the students of the program are currently working on the theme of cheese through three specific situations: the cheese cellar, the trolley and tasting at the table.

Collaboration with La Prairie 2020

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Collaboration with La Prairie 2020

Collaboration with Sabine Marcelis

As part of the partnership with ECAL, Swiss Luxury House  La Prairie  has collaborated with students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship programme, under the creative leadership of  Sabine Marcelis , designer and winner of Wallpaper* Magazine’s 2020 Designer of the Year award.

Collaboration with SAMSUNG

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Collaboration with SAMSUNG

Collaboration with Xavier Perrenoud, Erwan Bouroullec

Research project for the Mobile phones department at Samsung, South Korea. Collaboration led par Xavier Perrenoud, under the supervision of Erwan Bouroullec, and realized by MAS in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship students. The result was a catalogue of ideas and inspirations for the brand's teams.

Collaboration with Marsotto Lab 2019

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Collaboration with Marsotto Lab 2019

Collaboration with Pierre Charpin

In partnership with the Italian marble manufacturer Marsotto LAB, ECAL Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship students present a series of home accessories devised during a workshop with French designer Pierre Charpin. The Italian marble manufacturer that entrusted the project development to ECAL Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship with a clock collection for last year’s Milan Design Week, chose to repeat the collaboration to create home accessories for this year’s edition.

Collaboration with Hermès 2019

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Collaboration with Hermès 2019

Collaboration with Nicolas Le Moigne, Xavier Perrenoud

Light, Assertive, On the Move How does a man transport his life? In a world in perpetual motion, where new ways of moving, working, consuming and communicating are emerging, the students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship at ECAL were led to reflect creatively on the male leather goods objects linked to this societal context.

Collaboration with Aesop

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Collaboration with Aesop

Collaboration with Tomas Kral, Nicolas Le Moigne

The skincare, haircare and body products specialist Aesop chose ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne to design two accessories for its brand : an electric essential oil burner and a washbag. In doing so, Aesop clearly showed it cared for smart and sustainable design.

Collaboration with Marsotto Lab 2018

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Collaboration with Marsotto Lab 2018

Collaboration with Jaime Hayon

On the occasion of the Milan International Furniture Fair (17 th -22 nd April 2018), Marsotto Lab and ECAL/Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne are presenting a collection of table and wall clocks that the MAS in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship students designed during a workshop with Jaime Hayon.

Collaboration with L'Epee 1839

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Collaboration with L'Epee 1839

Collaboration with Fiona Krüger

High-end mechanical clocks manufacture leader in Switzerland L’Epée 1839 is the only Swiss Manufacture specializing in the design and production of high-end mechanical clocks – an art it has been perpetuating for over 175 years. Today, the Manufacture is situated in Delémont in the Swiss Jura, where several skills essential to the production of luxury mechanical clocks are now united under one roof.

Collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE 2018

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Collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE 2018

Collaboration by Savvas Lazaridis, Angele Fourteau, Naroot Pitisongswat, Maximilian Maertens

After a few collaborations with labels specialized in the fashion industry, such as APC or Carhartt, Retrosuperfuture and ECAL have teamed up to celebrate to work again with the students from the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship. They have worked on surprizing and festive eyewear and sunglasses but also more commercial pieces for the classic collections.

Expositions

Mechanical Marvels" exhibition at Homo Faber 2022,10.04–01.05.2022

EXHIBITIONS

Mechanical Marvels" exhibition at Homo Faber 2022,
10.04–01.05.2022

On the occasion of  Homo Faber  a public exhibition of the finest European craftsmanship organised by the Michelangelo Foundation and staged at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice (Italy) from 10 April to 1st May 2022, ECAL presents a series of projects by  Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship  developed in collaboration with  Association Mec-Art.

Exhibition Marsotto Lab, Milano 2018 & 2019,09.04.2019

Exhibition Marsotto Lab, Milano 2018 & 2019,
09.04.2019

In partnership with the Italian marble manufacturer Marsotto LAB, ECAL Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship students present a series of home accessories devised during a workshop with French designer Pierre Charpin. The Italian marble manufacturer that entrusted the project development to ECAL Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship with a clock collection for last year’s Milan Design Week, chose to repeat the collaboration to create home accessories for this year’s edition.

Exhibition at National Design Centre, Singapore,23.03.2019

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition at National Design Centre, Singapore,
23.03.2019

On the initiative of the Embassy of Switzerland in Singapore, supported by the Design Singapore Council, the National Design Centre (NDC) hosts an exhibition of a selection of objects created by international students graduated from the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne.

Exhibition Aesop, Zurich,01.06.2018

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition Aesop, Zurich,
01.06.2018

The skincare, haircare and body products specialist Aesop chose ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne to design two accessories for its brand : an electric essential oil burner and a washbag. In doing so, Aesop clearly showed it cared for smart and sustainable design.

Exhibition at The Mass, Tokyo,24.03.2018

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition at The Mass, Tokyo,
24.03.2018

At The Mass gallery’s invitation, ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne is presenting a selection of Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship student projects.

Exhibition wall clocks Vacheron Constantin,15.02.2016

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition wall clocks Vacheron Constantin,
15.02.2016

Wall clocks developed in 2013 and presented at the main entrance of the Vacheron Constantin manufacture.

Christofle exhibition,09.02.2016

EXHIBITIONS

Christofle exhibition,
09.02.2016

Exhibition of silver cutlery created for Christofle in Paris.

Exposition "Arts & Crafts & Design" with Vacheron Constantin,14.04.2015

EXHIBITIONS

Exposition "Arts & Crafts & Design" with Vacheron Constantin,
14.04.2015

Vacheron Constantin presents the “ Arts & Crafts & Design : Time according to ECAL and Swiss Craftsmen” exhibition, produced in partnership with ECAL/Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne (University of Art and Design Lausanne) and the Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte at the Swiss Pavilion at Expo Milan 2015, (the Universal Exhibition to be hosted by Milan) and of which a preview will be launched during the Milan Furniture Fair. This is an innovative approach combining contemporary creation and arts and crafts, and entirely dedicated to knowledge transfer.

diploma jury

Diploma jury 2022

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Diploma jury 2022

Other

Jury : Céline Vogt, Head of Education, Michelangelo Foundation, Geneva Chiara Anelli, Communication Director, Hermès Switzerland, Geneva Philippe Malouin, Designer, London Prix De Bethune : Camille Dutoit

Diploma jury 2021

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Diploma jury 2021

Other

Jury : Nieves Contreras, Creative Director, Lladro, Valencia Alberto Cavalli, Director, Michelangelo Foundation, Geneva Guillaume Delvigne, Designer, Paris Prix De Bethune : Sarah Yao

Diploma jury 2020

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma jury 2020

Other

Jury : Franziska Kessler, Founder of Frankiska Kessler Gallery, Zurich Marco Sammicheli, Design Curator, Triennale, Milan Alfredo Haeberli, Designer, Zürich Prix De Bethune : Charlotte Therre

Diploma jury 2019

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Diploma jury 2019

Other

Jury : Sabine Marcelis, Designer, Rotterdam Tylor Brûlé, Editor in Chief and Founder of Monocle magazine, Zurich David Sadigh, Founder of Digital Luxury Group, Geneva Prix De Bethune : Clara Martin

Diploma Jury 2018

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Diploma Jury 2018

Other

Jury : Bethan Laura Wood, Designer, London Fabien Vallerian, International Director of Arts & Culture, Ruinart, Paris Kieron Marchese Executive editorial director, Designboom, Milan

Diploma jury 2017

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Diploma jury 2017

Other

Jury : Fiona Krüger, Designer, Obermorschwihr Nika Zupanc, Product and Interior Designer, Ljubljana Benoît Steenackers, Head of Collections, Hermès, Paris

Diploma jury 2016

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Diploma jury 2016

Other

Jury : Rebecca Larsson Barsotti, Style Manager, Retrosuperfuture, Milan Connie Hüsser, Interior Design Editor, Annabelle, Zurich Mark Barun, Designer, Berlin Prix Vacheron Constatin : Jenna Kaes and Hyunjee Jung

Diploma jury 2015

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Diploma jury 2015

Other

Jury : Chantal Granier, Creative Director, Baccarat, Paris Jacob Peres, Founder Jpo Global, Tel Aviv Michael Anastassiades, Designer, London Prix Vacheron Constatin : Stefano Panterotto and Alexis Tourron

Diploma jury 2014

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma jury 2014

Other

Prix Vacheron Constatin : Hongchao Wang

Diploma jury 2013

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma jury 2013

Other

Each year the students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship are asked to develop a personal project which allows them to work in a more personal and experimental manner.

Diploma Jury 2012

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma Jury 2012

Other

Every year, students from the Master of Advances Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship are asked to developped a personal project, which allow them to work in a more experimental way.

Diploma jury 2011

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma jury 2011

Other

Every year, students from the Master of Advances Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship are asked to developped a personal project, which allow them to work in a more experimental way.

diploma projects

Caterina Valletta – Up & Down

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Caterina Valletta – Up & Down

Diploma project by Caterina Valletta

Since ancient times, cutlery has always featured in light-hearted, shared moments around the dining room table. Yet, it has always been considered as purely functional, designed for savouring and appreciating dishes and very often relegated to the background, unlike plates and glasses, as we forget its importance from an aesthetic point of view. Up & Down offers to revisit cutlery by creating a non-traditional set with a strong character. Starting with a 2D cut-out on a steel plate, a small detail raises the cutlery so that it does not touch the surface, thus solving a problem that is both functional and aesthetic.

Alexis Perron-Corriveau – Flip Off

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Alexis Perron-Corriveau – Flip Off

Diploma project by Alexis Perron-Corriveau

This project seeks to explore the world of sunglasses and its related fashion accessories. The side shields used for mountaineering glasses combined with the unique style of the cycling cap were the conceptual premises of this research. The reinterpretation of these elements gives this pair of sunglasses a distinctive chic, sporty look – a must-have accessory. Stand alone, these handmade glasses are versatile. However, the possibility of adding a visor easily, thanks to a magnetic clip, allows the wearer to be ready for action and stylish at the same time.

Ji Yeong Kim – Epiphany

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Ji Yeong Kim – Epiphany

Diploma project by Ji Yeong Kim

Epiphany refers to a sense of or insight into eternity that is suddenly experienced in ordinary and everyday objects. I wanted to create a meditation object for everyday life that attracts curiosity and encourages us to immerse ourselves in a meditative journey, as I believe in the saying “the unconscious determines our destiny”. The world of the human unconscious is an unknown one that many people try to reach through meditation. But we cannot meditate as often as monks. If you meditate a little every day in your daily life, you will feel a deep sense of peace. Inspired by amazing natural phenomena such as fire, water and fog, this project aims to help your mind stop for a moment and explore its subconscious.

Gala Espel – Archéologie du futur

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Gala Espel – Archéologie du futur

Diploma project by Gala Espel

What will future archaeological discoveries look like? What meaning will they give our present time through the objects that will have been unearthed? Archéologie du futur (Archaeology of the Future) is a futuristic project featuring a series of objects that give a prospective representation of our material footprint. This project uses photogrammetry – a common tool in archaeology – to scan existing items and, based on these, to create, recompose and think up a possible scenario. A plant wraps around a container eroded by time. A shell fossilises around a metallic rod. A set of objects is created evoking a future where industrial forms are eventually taken over by nature. In time, this digital collection will materialise into silverware and jewellery made with this technology applied to design.

Kévin Goury – Intersection

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Kévin Goury – Intersection

Diploma project by Kévin Goury

Intersection explores the work of lines with glass. The project takes shape through a dialogue between designer and craftsperson. This set of vases, divisible into three parts, provides containers that can be adapted to all types of flowers. Small and compact bouquet, traditional container or soliflore. Each piece is decorated with colourful motifs. These are the result of graphic research on the weave and creation by accumulation. Through conversations and experimentation with the glassblower, they grow in shape, size and shades to adapt to the practice of this unique material. The superimposed motifs respond to one another and create new ones when assembled. At this moment, the vase takes on a totemic and sculptural aspect that livens up the room it occupies. Photo credit: Samuel Spreyz

Briac Laforge – Time in Balance

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Briac Laforge – Time in Balance

Diploma project by Briac Laforge

Having spent a year in Switzerland and being interested in the world of watchmaking, I naturally turned to this universe for my graduation project. I liked the idea of using the codes of Swiss watchmaking to adapt them to my work. For my graduation project, I sought to create an object using the precision, details and materials of various Swiss manufactures. The final object is a mobile clock with two balanced hands. The appearance of the object is simple and ethereal, due to the small number of visible parts. Nevertheless, the mobile hides a complex mechanism inside. The goal was to intrigue the user by creating a magical effect with these two balanced hands. Depending on the light, it is possible to read the time thanks to the shadow cast by the object on the ground.

Seungmok Lee – Play Collection for Picnic

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Seungmok Lee – Play Collection for Picnic

Diploma project by Seungmok Lee

My project is based on a personal experience in Switzerland. Whenever I go for a picnic in parks or by the lake in Switzerland, I see people playing cards on the train or giant chess in the park with their family and friends. There is always a joyful atmosphere and a sense of happiness around them. That is why I decided to design this Play collection for picnic. I used sustainable materials like cork and paper, but at the same time, I sought to keep the aesthetics of the object. A thing of long-lasting beauty is engraving. Not only does it reduce chemical ink for printing but it also allows people to feel the contrast between light and shadow through the object.

Clementine Le Guerec – Contact

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Clementine Le Guerec – Contact

Diploma project by Clementine Le Guerec

Contact is a collection of various visors that play with the notion of the gaze. After the recent pandemic, the majority of our interactions and emotions are read through the eyes. They play a key role in our interactions but we sometimes feel the need to isolate ourselves and cut ourselves off from the world. Inspired by different hat shapes, each model is designed according to a precise functional principle and plays with the gaze. The intention through this exploration of functional, hybrid and playful forms is to allow the wearer to play with the gaze of others, as well as to isolate him- or herself and create a bubble through the feeling of comfort and security that these accessories can provide. Contact protects you as well as it reveals you.

Roxanne Del Val – Noue-moi un bijou

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Roxanne Del Val – Noue-moi un bijou

Diploma project by Roxanne Del Val

When I started climbing, I had to learn the various knots. I immediately liked their shape, but also their meaning: they catch us if we fall, but they also allow us to move forward and progress on the climbing wall. Noue-moi un bijou (Tie me a jewel) is a collection of three items of jewellery inspired by climbing knots. I wanted to decontextualise them by using well-known types of jewellery such as rings, bracelets and necklaces. By modifying the shape of the knots, I created three pieces that wrap themselves around the hand, the finger and the chest. The jewellery is made of nylon paracord, to recall the primary inspiration of the collection. I also created small silver attachments that allow the jewellery to adjust to the shapes of the body.

Camille Dutoit – Eclipse

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Camille Dutoit – Eclipse

Diploma project by Camille Dutoit

Nowadays, we are constantly confronted with the vision of our appearance, whether through a reflection on a window, a mirror in a shop or even on the screens of our mobile phones. Halfway between a figurative and functional object, this table mirror enables people wishing to see themselves to measure the intensity of their reflection thanks to a circular surface coloured with a gradient from intense black to transparent. By rotating this disc, you can discover your own reflection in a poetic way, play with its intensity and admire yourself. Eclipse is also a figurative object. Indeed, thanks to the interplay of reflections and transparency, it has the advantage of being subtly present and enhancing the room in which it is placed.

Ömer Akkas – Chevron

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Ömer Akkas – Chevron

Diploma project by Ömer Akkas

This project is a study that aims to explore and design playful items of jewellery based on the link between the human body and jewellery in terms of emotions to create different shapes by rotating layers, a process inspired by traditional Turkish mosaics.

Yuoning Chien – Grid Collection

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Yuoning Chien – Grid Collection

Diploma project by Yuoning Chien

Based on basic graphic design elements, this research focuses on the functionality of graphic shapes from two- to three-dimensional objects. This is a collection of vases made with different grid arrangements. Whether on the floor or on a desk, they are crafted like an art sculpture. To put the flowers into the vase, make the vase work as a three-dimensional painting.

Program

This section lists the detailed modules and courses for each semester of the programme.

Semester 1 2

Luxury and complexity
8 ECTS

Theoretical reflection on the diversity of the cultural and historical foundations of luxury and its recent democratization; experiences, materials, methods

Luxury and contemporary culture
8 ECTS

Development of the concept of luxury in the contemporary context and its continual reinterpretation linked to new technologies

Luxury and know-how
14 ECTS

Role of know-how in the creation of a luxury object; specific skills and techniques

Luxe and entrepreneurship
2 ECTS

Basic knowledge of the entrepreneurship world and business in general

Luxe and Haute Horlogerie
6 ECTS

General knowledge of the Haute Horlogerie world and its specific techniques, materials and technologies the field uses

Luxury and concept (portfolio)
6 ECTS

Exploration of new expressions of luxury; interaction between the design of objects and the design of concepts, services and environments

MAS project, practical and theoretical
16 ECTS
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Alumni

Ini Archibong
Jungyou Choi
Kaja Solgaard Dahl
Kai Hsuan Liu
Fiona Krüger
Stefano Panterotto & Alexis Tourron
Hongchao Wang
Career Opportunities

Industrial and product designer, Furniture designer, Watch designer, Textile (soft goods) designer, Packaging designer, Colors and materials designer, Event designer, Exhibition designer, Signage designer, Product developer, Creative director, Teacher…

Other alumni

(BA Design Industriel, MA Design de Produit et MAS in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship) Ini Archibong, Dimitri Bähler, BIG-GAME, Camille Blin, Daniele Bortotto, Antoine Boudin, Thilo Alex Brunner, Michel Charlot, D’Esposito & Gaillard, Marie Douel (Hors Pistes), Christophe Guberan, FROM, Tomás Král, Bertille Laguet, Nicolas Le Moigne, LeviSarha, Carolien Niebling, Léa Pereyre, Julie Richoz, Adrien Rovero, Brynjar Sigurðarson, Christian Spiess, SUPERLIFE, Hongchao Wang, Giorgia Zanellato...

Staff

Head

Nicolas Le Moigne

Coordination

Assistants
Georg Foster
Clara Martin

Academic partners
IMD Business School, Lausanne
Cyril Bouquet, professor
Stéphane Girod, professor
Peter Vogel, professor

Professeur·e·x·s

Tomas Kral
Nicolas Le Moigne
Xavier Perrenoud

Chargé·e·x·s de cours

Michael Anastassiades
Ini Archibong
Joachim de Callataÿ
Pierre Charpin
Ligia Dias
Jaime Hayon
Fiona Krüger
Sabine Marcelis
Luca Nichetto
Panter&Tourron
Studio Formafantasma
Bethan Laura Wood

Partenariats privilégiés

Aesop
Baccarat
Bottega Veneta
Chopard
Christofle
DEDON
EHL Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne
Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie
Fondation Michelangelo
Hennessy
Hermès
La Prairie
L’Epée 1839
Maison Francis Kurkdjian
Marsotto
Mauviel
Mec­-Art Formation en mécanique d’art
Nestlé
Petit h
Rémy Martin
Retrosuperfuture
Ruinart
Salanitro
Samsung
Vacheron Constantin