Tal Mor-Sinay

Tal is a design practitioner and researcher working through various disciplines, engaging with clients on projects in the fields of consumer products, mobile, furniture and lighting, fashion, agriculture markets, spatial and exhibition design.

Tal has worked as a lecturer since 2009 at the Industrial Design department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and

Fantastic Tactics for Plastic Pioneers (FTPP)

Studio Leaders: Dr Juliette Anich & Dr Liam Fennessy

Studio Timetable: Monday 13:30- 16:30 | Thursday 13:30 – 16:30

Studio Partners: Patagonia, Metropolitan Waste Resource Recovery Group (MWRRG (Vic Govt)) & RMIT Design With/Without/Out Waste Outreach Platform (DWOP)

No longer something we can assume is recycled, post-consumer plastics waste is an unavoidable concern for environmentally concerned designers.

With the

Juliana Luna

I’m an Industrial and fashion designer, lecturer and creative problem solver with a passion for designing sustainable and socially meaningful futures. I specialise in creative methodologies design research whilst focusing on consumer behaviour and its correlation with the philosophical, environmental and cultural aspects of contemporary society. I’m a PhD candidate at Monash University where I’m

Gordon Young

Gordon Young is the principal of Ethilogical Consulting. As a professional ethicist he offers extensive understanding of decision-making methodologies, value articulation, challenge management and strategic planning necessary for success in today’s hyper-connected, complex world.

Gordon is a lecturer in Professional Ethics with RMIT University’s School Design, and has worked extensively with volunteer organisations in rural communities,

Making: VR to Manufacture

with Dr Scott Mayson

Studio: 2018 Sem 1

Making: VR to Manufacture explores Furniture & Lighting Design through the intersection between new virtual reality tools, VIVE/ Gravity Sketch VR, CAD tools Fusion360,  Rhino3d & Umake on iOS as well as CNC prototyping Building 45. You will have some access to Scott’s VIVE in class to develop your understanding of these new technologies. From here you

Rose Boddam-Whetham

 

Rose Boddam-Whetham’s practice nests within craft and industrial design. She has been educated in both areas of industry which she uses in her Jewellery and object-based practice. Exploration and observation are integral parts to understanding how things are made and why certain materials and techniques are used. When our lives are based heavily within a

Emma Luke

Bio:

I have an extensive design background in accessories design and fabrication, specialising in watches, bags, jewellery and wearables. I have worked in brands, my own label, owned a store, produced collections and consulted.

I am currently completing a PhD focused on post digital craft which is exploring emerging constructs of multimodal design practice and new processes of

Dowel Jones

Dowel Jones is an Australian design brand producing furniture, lighting and accessories, as well as working on various installations and site-specific works. The studio was established in 2013 by Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch.

Dowel Jones is interested in simplifying objects to their bare essentials without compromising on aesthetic values while also minimising materials and processes, working with

Melisa Duque

Melisa Duque-H is a Colombian Industrial Designer, based in Melbourne since 2010, where she completed her Masters by Research at Monash, which furthered her motivation to continue her design practice towards sustainability.

Melisa is currently a PhD Candidate at the School of Media and Communication, RMIT. Her study takes place at a second-hand charity (op-shop), and

Jodi Newcombe

Jodi Newcombe founded Carbon Arts following an international career as an environmental economist and sustainability consultant. Her work on natural resource management and policy design, green technology and low-carbon urban design inform her work with the creative sector.“At the heart of my practice is the belief that creativity is essential in making the transition to a