V.2018

Wednesdays, 9.00AM to 1.00 PM

Room: 88.5.6/6A

Did you ever want to know what its like to work as a designer … for real? This studio puts all your skills to the test. See if you’ve got what it takes to make the grade.

JonesChijoff, an industrial design consultancy, are running V.2018 to give students the opportunity to

Nigel Brockbank

Industrial Designer, conscientious citizen and proud father

Having completed a Bachelor of Industrial Design in 1998, he has travelled a diverse path through design.

Upon graduation, he worked on computer games for two Melbourne based game design companies. Later moving on to freelancing and working within his own business on projects as varied as TV commercials, 3D

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

Design Innovation for Safer Farms

Studio Leader: Robert Eales

Industry Partner: The Victorian Farmers Federation

In this studio, we will be working to improve farm safety and occupation health and safety (OHS) outcomes for Victorian farmers.  Working with the VFF, your task will be to engage with safety issues and identify opportunities that you can use to drive the design and development

Justin Hutchinson

Justin has been an active participant in the Melbourne design industry for the last decade. His ongoing involvement has brought together a number of experimental collaborations around the themes of ‘place making’ and ‘sustainability’.

Justin has lectured extensively in product-design engineering and furniture design at Swinburne University and continues to run a mentoring program from his

Dilip Chhabria

Dilip Chhabria is an automobile designer based in Mumbai – and working across India, United States and the Middle East. He trained in Transportation Design from the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, U.S. and worked with General Motors USA in their Design Centre.

He is the founder of DC Design – www.dcdesign.co.in/ – a

Rusta

with Jessica Bird & Soumitri Varadarajan

Currently, 4.5 million people live in Melbourne. By 2050, it’s likely that 7 million people will call Melbourne home. We’ll need more homes, schools and jobs, better transport, energy and health care networks. To support our growing infrastructure needs, we’ll need innovative and adaptive services. What will this look like

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

Dirt Dreams: batch production in slip-cast ceramics

with Judith Glover

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 the process—the possibilities of form, ornamentation and decoration not available in any other processes?

This studio will explore the rigours of slip-cast production. Students

From sketching to manufacturing – Planex

Ronnie Lacham

The studio aims to expand the understandings and articulation of the industrial manufacturing design process. There main focus of this studio is to develop a better understanding in the process from the first sketch to production This studio is on a rigorous industrial manufacturing process in collaboration with manufacturing company – Planex. Planex  is a