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Projects

Festival Images

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Festival Images

Studio project with Adrien Rovero, Marceau Avogadro

Pour la troisième fois consécutive, l’ECAL s’associe au Festival Images de Vevey, manifestation gratuite centrée autour de l’image contemporaine. La spécificité du Festival Images est de présenter de la photographie monumentale en plein air, tout en présentant des projets autours de l’image dans un sens plus large en intérieur. Pour l’édition 2016, et suite au succès de l’installation RAFT de 2014,  les étudiants de 3e année Bachelor Design Industriel ont créé des dispositifs «aquatiques» investissant les berges de Vevey le temps du Festival Images.

Diploma's projects

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Diploma's projects

Diploma project with Michel Charlot, Chris Kabel, Elric Petit, Marceau Avogadro

Selection of Bachelor Industrial Design diploma projects, 2016

Diploma's projects

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Diploma's projects

Diploma project with Michel Charlot, Pauline Deltour, Chris Kabel, Elric Petit

Selection of Bachelor Industrial Design diploma projects, 2015.

Delirious Home

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Delirious Home

Studio project with Alain Bellet, Chris Kabel, Sylvain Aebischer, Mathieu Rivier

A home full with extraordinary objects for ordinary life. A playful interpretation of the “smart home” concept by ECAL Bachelor Industrial Design and Media & Interaction Design students.

Low-Tech Factory

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Low-Tech Factory

Studio project with Chris Kabel

For its 14th edition, Langenthal Designers’ Saturday offers carte blanche to the ECAL/ University of Art and Design Lausanne. It provides the setting for the ECAL to present its exhibition entitled “Low-Tech Factory”, a selection of machines designed by Bachelor’s students of Industrial Design and Product at a workshop led by designer Chris Kabel. At Langenthal, factories are omnipresent. For this carte blanche, it seemed to us natural to ask students to look at showcasing the manufacturing process of an object, from the machine to the finished product. They therefore experimented with simple and ingenious shaping methods such as moulding, thermoforming and knitting to obtain finished products. “Low-Tech Factory” tackles the subject of automatic production beloved by designers, bringing together six entertaining machines which throughout the exhibition produce hats, sacks, lamps, and even popcorn!