Caravan

Studio Leaders: Tracy Tung & Simon Curlis

Wednesday  |  15:30 – 6:30 PM | 045.01.005B
Thursday      | 15:30 – 6:30 PM | 045.01.005D

Industry partners: TBC,

Caravans are tiny homes, efficiently designed to meet user requirements and desires. Victoria is home of 30% of Australia’s Caravan production. The caravan is effectively a lounge, bedroom and kitchen rolled

Maddison Ryder

Maddison is a recent graduate from Industrial Design here at RMIT. Her honours project explored current patterns and behaviours of throwaway culture, specifically surrounding food. Through extensive research and exploration, Maddison discovered that perceptions of food waste were a root cause for the vast amounts wasted each day by consumers. This project worked to re-define

CycleFuturesLAB: designing for after the auto-diseconomy

Liam Fennessy & Scott Mayson

Given Australians buy more new bicycles than they do cars what if Melbourne redirected its car parts manufacturing capabilities towards innovation in the cycling product/service ecosystem? Auto parts manufacture in Melbourne has been the mainstay of the local manufacturing sector for the best part of a century and is now at

Urban Ag: For Strange Times

Studio Lead: Robert Eales

Urban Garden

Urban Ag for Strange Times is a studio that investigates how we can grow food in small spaces in urban environments. The context for this has been provoked to action by effects of climate change, and social isolation through the pandemic lockdown renewing interest in growing food at home and in urban spaces.

Growing

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

Absurdity and your ID

Tutor: Rob Eales

Friday 1:30 – 4:30

As designers, we are expected to work rationally and reasonably. However, there are other ways to design and by shifting our viewpoint and considering the absurd, the ridiculous and the silly we can develop alternative ways of designing and other ideas about the practice and roles of designers.
During the course,

Around-Sound

Semester 1, 2013

With Sophie Gaur

This Studio explores ideas of sound and music. Besides doing some in-depth research into the nature of musical styles and instruments you will explore the making of music-making objects. Beginning at first with simple acoustic objects we progress to a more complex ones based on personal interests and drivers.

In this studio

Lean & Green – SLC

with Simon Curlis

Lean and Green is a concept vehicle design project to provoke and promote sustainable mobility. The role of a concept vehicle is to demonstrate a potential future, to gauge the public’s reaction and provide creative direction for a company to rally behind.

During this semester you will be inducted into design teams that generate

Sonic Efforts: exploring and evaluating Sonic Interaction Design of human movement

Monday 11:30 – 2:30 |45.01.003
Thursady 11:30 – 2:30 | 45.01.003

Lecturers: Dr Frank Feltham and Ana Davila Veytia

Sonic Efforts will explore the role that live interactive sound can have as information on movement effort. In this studio you will use interactive data to and manual visualization methods to extract the patterns and features of human movement

bioMatters

With Gyungju Chyon with a special guest Aidyn Mouradov (Algal Biologist)

After the digital revolution, a new revolution is on the way, and it is not about digital printing but about growing living tissues and cells. Thanks to the development of biotechnology, bioengineering, and nanotechnology, the revolution is not just about changing methods, but shifting our lives in an entirely different