Theo
Luvisotto

Projects

Theo Luvisotto – Flip-Flap

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Theo Luvisotto – Flip-Flap

Diploma project by Theo Luvisotto

It is essential to have the opportunity to elevate oneself during childhood, to be able to educate oneself through the discovery of life but also to physically gain height to participate in the activities of grown-ups. “Flip-Flap” is a children’s chair with a backrest that can be flipped down to form a stepladder. It enables children to focus on a personal activity but also to gain autonomy, discover new places and rise up to adult height to take part in everyday tasks such as preparing a meal or developing a project at the table.

Figure Libre

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Figure Libre

Studio project with Elric Petit, Amandine Gini

Figure libre is an industrial design project realized in correlation with the thesis topic of the 3rd year students. They were advised to choose a field that the students would like to pursue after their studies. This free exercise allowed each student to express themselves on the subject of their choice. Whether it was about furniture, mobility, connected objects or so many other possible subjects, each subject treated seriously became fascinating.

Soundmachine

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Soundmachine

Studio project with Nicholaï Wiig-Hansen, Marion Aeby

Workshop Clara Von Zweigbergk

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop Clara Von Zweigbergk

Workshop with Clara Von Zweigbergk

Under the guidance of Clara Von Zweigbergk, the 2nd year students had to design paper or cardboard objects around the theme of celebrations: birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and any other type of festivities.