TerraBot: Robotic Ceramic Production

Wednesday: 8.30 – 11.30  | room 45.01.05B
Wednesday: 1.30 – 4.30 | room 45.01.010 Wetspace

Lecturers: Hamish Maggs and Phoebe Richardson

This studio looks at the intersection of new technology and an ancient material- Terracotta ceramic. Students will work with the UR10 robots to extrude Terracotta clay as a manufacturing process. UR10’s are developing as new types of

Schlichtt: Germany Study Tour 2020

Thursday: 11.30-2.30  |room 45.01.05A
Thursday: 3.30-5.30 | room 45.01.05D

Lecturers: Dr Malte Wagenfeld (RMIT)
Professor Wolfgang Laubersheimer (KIST)

This highly popular and success student study tour has been run for a number of years between RMIT Univesrity and KIST in Koln Germany under the supervision of expert designers and furniture makers Dr Malte Wagenfeld and Professor Wolfgang Laubersheimer

Students will

Big Time Waste

Monday: 11.30-2.30
Thursday: 11.30-2.30

Lecturers: Jonathan Ben-Tovim and Matty Bracken

The escalating waste crisis has finally entered the zeitgeist. We are realising that human consumption is far outpacing our capacity to deal with the waste outcome. The devastating impact this is having on our environment can no longer be ignored. There is a

Metal studio: Hand and Machine

Studio Leaders | Rose Boddam-Whetham and Brad Marmion

Studio Timetable:
Tuesday 8:30 – 11:30 (Room 45.01.010)

Wednesday 8:30 – 11:30 (Room 45.01.010)

In this studio, you will explore the captivating world of metal object design. Metal fabrication encompasses an important range of principles and techniques for Industrial Designers that are relevant at all scales of production. Metal is a wonderfully

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

Regenerative Design: Recovering Resources within Circular Systems

Studio Leaders | Sarah Naarden and Alexi Freeman

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

This studio explores the speculative area of Biodesign through regenerative prototypes to address the challenges of climate change and local waste. This studio aims to recover local waste streams as a resource for new

Biodesign Challenge

http://biodesignchallenge.org/Lecturers: Dr. Leah Heiss and Emma Luke

Studio Partners: Biodesign Challenge 2019,
Fashion Design RMIT University and MDIT Masters of Design Innovation and Technology

Timetable:
Wednesday 9:30am – 12:30pm
Wednesday 1:30pm – 4:30 pm

Brunswick Campus Building: 516-02-001

The 2019 Biodesign Challenge offers students the opportunity to explore how cells, microbes, and other living things can remake the products and processes of

Pop-Up Studio: Carnegie Market Redevelopment

Lecturers: Dr. Jude Glover and Thom Luke

Studio Partners: Glen Eira Council

Timetable:
Monday | 11.30 am – 2:30 pm | B45.001.010
Thursday | 11.30 am  – 2:30 pm | B45.001.010

RMIT Industrial Design has been invited to develop concepts for the Carnegie Market Redevelopment at Shepparson’s Lane as part of the Upper Pool Studio offerings. This site is being

From Bauhaus to Brauhaus: German Study Tour

Lecturers: Dr. Malte Wagenfeld

Studio Partners: KISD, Köln, Germany

Timetable (In Melbourne):
Thursday 11.30 – 2:30pm 45.001.05A

Thursday 3.30 – 6:30pm  B45.001.05D

This studio will be part of the 100 years of Bauhaus celebrations in Germany 1919 – 2019 and a continuation of the ‘Schlicht’ studio series that is a collaboration between KISD (Cologne, Germany) and RMIT University.

Students will explore the social and design ideas /

Flexible Fabrication

Studio Tutor:  Emma Luke and Cathy Parry

Studio Timetable: Monday 1.30 and Wednesday 9.30

Studio Partners: Industrial Sowing and RMIT Textiles Program Brunswick

This Flex Fab studio is a joint studio with the Textiles students from Brunswick Campus in the School of Fashion and Textiles, and Cathy Parry from Industrial Sowing Studio. Led by Industrial Design lecturer Emma