One year Master course
Starting date: October 2014
Academic training + internship;
- Cmf (Colour Material Finishing)Manuela Bonaiti
- Materials And TechnologiesMatteo Bravi, Diana Castiglione
- Digital Modelling-Rhino I, I IRiccardo Gatti
- Design History I, I IAli Filippini
- Colour SketchingClaudio Fassini
- Industrial Design LaboratoriesMarco Merendi, Robin Rizzini, Valerio Sommella, Huub Ubbens
- Modelling Laboratory I, I IFabio Dell'Orto
- Digital RenderingLuca Deriu
- Product Design WorkshopHubb Ubbens
- Portfolio Design WorkshopClaudio Tesei
Product Design Workshop
The purpose of the workshop is to identify each and everyone's design potential and pinpoint their strenghts along with their weaknesses and critical abilities to be improved.
"3 easy pieces" learning from ikebana: Ikebana is an antique Japanese art of flower harmony, traditionally executed by noble men and samurai which in more recent time has been diffused all over the Japanese culture. Basically ikebana is composed of three elements: a container (vase), a flower(s) and its background (traditionally the tokonoma). Starting from Ikebana as a basic example, the workshop will evolve in a research and realization of a "table piece" (vase, fruit bowl, carafe or an object with no specific function), made of only three elements: a natural element (feather, stone, flower, shell, etc.), a man made object and its presentation (a scenery, small theater, container, light, etc.). The applied methodology consists of concept, selection and composition and the final objective is to create a sculptural object in which harmony, substraction and introspection are main items. It is an exercise with the goal to obtain the maximum personal expression and harmony with a minimum of elements. The work will be individual, done with hand made models and the materials are a free choice. The maximum size is 70x70x70cm.
Today designing products means dealing with both their ideation and their feasibility addressing their entire lifecycle according to a sustainable logic. Industrial design is responsible for the most common consumer goods as well as for new and innovative artifacts. It is also what lies behind the tools and the processes involved in their production and distribution.