Soumitri Vradadarajan

An Associate Professor in the Industrial Design Program, School of Design, at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia my design approach focuses upon proposing a future that contains visionary products and services. I am excited by design projects that focus on the small and big challenges facing humanity. I see design projects as campaigns and so

Mental

Studio Leaders: Trevor Streader & Leah Heiss

Studio Timetable:
Monday  | 11:30 – 2:30 pm  | 9.03.005B
Thursday  | 3.30 – 5:30 pm | 9.03.006A
Studio Partner: Science Gallery Melbourne
Note: This is a  cross-disciplinary studio with Communications Design *CAPED at 10 ID students.

Science Gallery Melbourne will be a bold addition to our city, exploring the collision of art and

Hapticware

 

 

With Gyungju Chyon

We experience our world through diverse stimuli perceived by our brain. As we grow from infant to child to adult, these stimuli develop into awareness, meanings and values. Sensorial experiences with artifacts, food, and the world around us structure and deepen our living experiences. A move to a more ecological future requires a deeper connection to the world

Schlicht Fabrik

Lecturers: Dr Malte Wagenfeld (RMIT) & Prof Wolfgang Laubersheimer (KISD).

Partner: KISD (TU Koln)

This is a ‘Global Intensive’ exchange studio between RMIT and KISD, Cologne Germany. The studio will include two intensive mode sessions, in mid March KISD students will spend 2 weeks at RMIT, and then in early June RMIT students (you) will be in

Melbourne Street Furniture

Studio Tutor:  Ronnie Lacham

This studio is on a rigorous industrial manufacturing process in collaboration with Maynard. The focus of this studio to develop and design of a product range for a new Metro line or creating a collection of street furniture.

Maynard which is a design practice that creates wayfinding, graphics, products and environments for clients

Judith Glover

I have a broad and varied range of experiences in design, fabrication, research and teaching. My own practice/ studio produces high quality sex toys in ceramic slip- cast batch production. This production aligns to my PHD thesis on the sex toy industry and its potential relationship to Industrial Design. This thesis not only explores the

Jaclyn Pokrovsky

Jaclyn graduated from RMIT Industrial Design (Honours) program in 2014. As a designer maker based in Melbourne, Jaclyn has also worked on an array of projects with RMIT including various research outcomes and ateliers with international designers including Antonio Aricò and GT2P. Focused predominantly on batch production of ceramic, these projects also incorporated themes such

Furniture Design Studio

Wednesdays, 1.30 PM to 5.30 PM
Room: 88.5.6/6A
 
The focus of this studio is on the design and production of commercial furniture concepts, including lighting and accessories for environments such as hospitality, offices, airports, public spaces, streetscape and residential furniture. The term ‘commercial’ shall include quantities ranging from batch production to mass production.
One Part of the studio

Human+

Soumitri Varadarajan & Robert Eales

The Human+ studio is looking for students keen to develop products and prototype them for presentation to an industry partner. The studio is for students who are keen to develop and push their abilities in a few areas: product sketching, doing CAD and realising designs in 3D (CNC milling, vacuum forming,

Urban Hacking: The Street Library Project

Design in SocietyGRAP-2919-AUSBR-S1-TUT01/02   Monday 11:30am-2:30pm                  515.03.005  Meg Mundell

How can we collaborate with our local communities
to improve urban hacking projects? How can use urban hacking to promote
reading, creative writing, storytelling and other creative practices around the
idea of a ‘street library’?

In recent years street libraries, also known as
little libraries or community libraries, have been popping up in