Mélanie
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Projects

Diplomas

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Diplomas

Diploma project with Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard, Chris Kabel, Elric Petit, Anaïs Benoit Dignac

Bachelor Industrial Design diploma's projects, 2017

Coffee cup

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Coffee cup

Studio project with Tomas Kral, Nadine Schaub

Under the guidance of Tomas Kral, teacher at ECAL and designer, 3rd year Industrial Design Bachelor students were asked to rethink the coffee cup, as part of the 2017 edition of the Agora Biennale of Bordeaux contest. The goal for the students was to imagine a scenario around their object so they could valorise this drink or the manner it is savoured.

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

Luc

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Luc

Studio project with Nicholaï Wiig-Hansen

Mathieu Lang, Bachelor Industrial Design student at ECAL, won the 3rd ex-aequo prize (15,000 euros) on the occasion of the the prestigious Prix Emile Hermès with the theme "PLAY". His project called «Luc»  is a new typology of giant exquisite corpses. Project realised as part of Prix Emile Hermès with the support of Fondation d’entreprise Hermès.

Smarter Than Nature

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Smarter Than Nature

Studio project with Chris Kabel

Series of objects designed based on forgotten natural materials. The aim of the project was to get rid of commonly used materials such as plastic, metal or wood and to focus on the extraordinary capacities of prime materials found outdoors.