Nicholaï
Wiig-Hansen

Enseignements

Soundmachine

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Soundmachine

Studio project with Nicholaï Wiig-Hansen, Marion Aeby

Summer University Tokyo

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Summer University Tokyo

Workshop with Nicholaï Wiig-Hansen, Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard

The 2nd Industrial design students were asked to create a mobile (kinetic sculpture) as part of a collaborative project with the Japanese brand Tempo.  Tempo is owned by Mother tool, a product manufacturer that works with local craftsmen and different know-how, from Ashikaga and Tokyo area, to create products by pairing up and making the best use of different materials and production techniques. With the support of the "Summer University" program of the Canton of Vaud, the students went to Japan , to present their ideas and prototypes to Tempo’s design and production team, do factory visits and totally immerse yourselves into the Japanese culture.

ECAL × IKEA

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

ECAL × IKEA

Collaboration with Nicholaï Wiig-Hansen

Students have been asked to developped Basic, fundamental pieces of furniture or accessories for urban life at home. Affordability being one of the key focus of IKEA, their solutions have been to be long lasting, flexible and functional products at low prices. Results have been showcased at the Democratic design day IKEA in Älmhult, Sweden in June 2016. Exhibitions views by ECAL/Sébastien Cluzel

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.