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Projects

Workshop Julie Richoz

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop Julie Richoz

Workshop with Julie Richoz

Under the guidance of Julie Richoz, a designer from Paris, 1st year Industrial Design Bachelor students were asked to rethink ladders. They had a one-week workshop to do so.

Workshop Aldo Bakker

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop Aldo Bakker

Workshop with Aldo Bakker

Under the guidance of Aldo Bakker, designer in Amsterdam, 1st year Industrial Design Bachelor students were asked to rethink pouring vessels. They had a one-week workshop to do so. Images by ECAL/Younès Klouche

Square Circle Triangle

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Square Circle Triangle

Studio project with Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard, Nadine Schaub

With the starting point of Il quadrato, Il cerchio, et Il triangolo by the designer and artist Bruno Munari, the students were asked to think about a family of three objects around a square, a circle and a triangle.

DNA

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

DNA

Workshop with Pauline Deltour

For the DNA project, the students of 1st year Bachelor Industrial Design had to design an handle which look like them personality and them value. The goal was to make this object singular and different from all the other projects.

Drop the chair

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Drop the chair

Workshop with Pierre Charpin

For this workshop, the students of 1st year Bachelor Industrial Design had to forget what they knew on chair and seating device and they have aimed to experiment on new way of seat. The result is a diversity of construction to support our body. Photo ECAL/Axel Crettenand

The Best Designed International Design Award 2014

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

The Best Designed International Design Award 2014

Workshop with Lernert & Sander

Result of a one week workshop led by Lernert & Sander, Amsterdam based artist duo with students of the 1st year Bachelor in Industrial Design and Graphic Design.

Rond–Carré

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Rond–Carré

Workshop with Constance Guisset

This week of workshop was guided by the french designer Constance Guisset, with the topic round—square. She confronted the students with the design decisions they would have to make during designing a domestic object so they can understand why and how to choose the forms that would eventually define their products.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop with Floris Hovers

One week workshop held by the dutch designer Floris Hovers about games. The starting point of the project was the favorite game of the student childhoods.  After analysing and observing them, they were asked to imagine all kinds of games and toys only with on constrain to have fun!