Bethan
Laura Wood

Enseignements

Collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE 2017

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE 2017

Collaboration with Bethan Laura Wood

After a few collaborations with labels specialized in the fashion industry, such as APC or Carhartt, Retrosuperfuture and ECAL have teamed up to celebrate the 10 th anniversary of the Milan-based brand. In this occasion the students from the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship have worked on surprizing and festive eyewear and sunglasses but also more commercial pieces for the classic collections.

Collaboration with Petit h

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with Petit h

Collaboration with Bethan Laura Wood

The students of the ECAL / Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne's Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship were invited to revive the "sleepy" materials and objects that make up the impressive collection of petit h. Based on previous experiences with Hermès and petit h, the project began with a meeting with artisans in the workshops in Pantin, near Paris. Guided by the London designer Bethan Laura Wood, who perfectly succeeded in inspiring his energy and colorful world, the students designed fun and surprising objects.

Diploma 2013

PRODUCT DESIGN

Diploma 2013

Diploma project with Tomas Alonso, Bethan Laura Wood, Alexander Taylor

Diploma projects of 2013.

Collaboration with Baccarat 2012

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with Baccarat 2012

Collaboration with Philippe Jarrigeon, Bethan Laura Wood

Following the collaboration initiated in 2011 around the iconic Harcourt glass, Baccarat and ECAL are continuing their common reflection in 2012. The students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship are all working on the same global project, combining object design, scenography, photography and the conception of a final publication. Supervised by London designer Bethan Laura Wood and Parisian photographer Philippe Jarrigeon, each group of students set out to revisit the universal theme of the Vase, starting from the same basic conical shape and questioning all of the Manufacture's know-how. Based on the principles of cutting, engraving, sandblasting and gilding, Vase-O-Rama was created, a hybrid and abundant collection, like a panorama.