Ronnie Lacham

“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”

I’m a designer by training, I think in terms of creative patterns and relationships between form and narrative. I play in the space in-between research and practice, always moving between what we think and create, and what we experience.

My work has evolved over time. Initially

Design for one, Design for All

Co- Studio with COMM2747 – Digital Media Studio 3

Monday: 8:30 – 11:30 | 045.01.005B
Wednesday: 3:30 – 6:30 | 045.01.005D

Lecturers: Juliette Anich and Li Ping Throng

How can design be used to make life easier, more equal, better for all? How can we use design to take things from a place of abundance to a place of

Shawn Ashkanasy

Shawn is a trained industrial designer and postgraduate student with extensive professional and academic experience in user-centered design and qualitative research methods in human-technology interaction.

He has a long history of cooking and exploring new food experiences, including moonlighting as a part-time food writer for Broadsheet and The Age. In 2011, he spent a three-month sabbatical in

Studio X: Dowel Jones

Studio Tutors: Dale Hardiman & Adam Lynch of Dowel Jones

Studio Times: Tuesday 6:30pm – 9:30pm & Wednesday 6:30pm – 9:30pm

We began exhibiting and selling work in our second year of university, as we saw the importance of both developing projects for University but also how being active in Melbournes’ design industry as imperative. By the time

The Body In Design

Frank Feltham

& Scott Mitchell for 3 workshops (12hrs)

The body remains to some degree an elusive entity in our understandings of human cognition and our evolving relations with technology. With the advent of mobile and wearable sensor technologies, the body is brought to the fore as the essential and defining site of interaction and experience. Devices

Malte Wagenfeld

Malte Wagenfeld is Senior lecturer in Industrial Design at RMIT; he is a design practitioner, academic, artist, curator and researcher. As an industrial design practitioner, Malte has extensive experience in the design of furniture, appliances, objects and interiors with a specialisation in low volume manufacturing and prototyping. The designs resulting from this have been internationally

3 Ways Forward

Simon Curlis
Melbourne is projected to host 7.7 million citizens in 2051 as the population densifies and climate change creates more weather impacts with greater frequency, our transport systems and infrastructure will be overwhelmed. As such it is wise to observe mobility service systems that work in densely populated cities and more impactive conditions than we

Dirt Dreams: Eat my Dust

Studio Leaders |  Jade Thorsen and Jaki Pokrovsky

Studio Timetable
Monday | 11.30 am – 2.30pm | 45.01.010
Thursday | 3.30 pm -6.30 pm | 45.01.010

Ah…the humble porcelain bowl or cup…or is it? Could you make one? Could you make a thousand? Could you make any money? What else could you design and make if you – understood

Dustin Bailey

Dustin graduated from RMIT’s Industrial Design program in 2015. Consulting independently, Dustin has worked across various fields including medical product design, through to large gallery installations. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge of production processes within 3D printing and low volume production, but also how real world design challenges are tackled within industry.

Dustin is

Hack Espresso

With Youseff Tayeb
This studio tutorial is an industry based project collaborating with the Advanced Manufacturing Precinct (AMP),
The project involves the design development and prototyping of a domestic coffee espresso machine in the open source paradigm. The intention is to gain crowd funding at the conclusion of the studio.
You will immerse yourself in the culture of