Furniture Design Studio

Wednesdays, 1.30 PM to 5.30 PM
Room: 88.5.6/6A
 
The focus of this studio is on the design and production of commercial furniture concepts, including lighting and accessories for environments such as hospitality, offices, airports, public spaces, streetscape and residential furniture. The term ‘commercial’ shall include quantities ranging from batch production to mass production.
One Part of the studio

Bespoke Maker of Cars

Semester 1, 2013

With Simon Curlis, Dilip Chhabria and Georgia Hutchison

 

Dilip Chhabria trained at Art Centre Pasadena and worked with GM before establishing his own practice in India. He has been a charismatic influence on car design in India and abroad. Mr Chhabria produces bespoke on-set vans for Bollywood film stars and on screen cars such

MYOM (Make your own machine)

Ben Landau + Lucile Sciallano

The widespread adoption of rapid prototyping and 3d printing has completely connected 3d digital design to manufacturing. Meanwhile, in a backlash against mass-produced objects, the aesthetic of handmade objects have become increasingly desirable. As designers, we need to conceive not only new objects, but also new ways of making them.
In this

Sophie Gaur

Sophie Gaur lives in Melbourne, Australia after having moved from New Delhi in 2003. In 2007 she set up an independent studio, Sophie Gaur Studio, a continuation of her studio in Delhi where she works on a range of projects designing books, illustrating, book-binding, creating pin-hole cameras and crafting bespoke objects.

Having graduated from The National

Taxa Lab: Agile Design for Technologically Mediated Conservation

Lecturers: Liam Fennessy and Scott Mitchell
Wednesdays 9.30 until 12.30 and 1.30 until 4.30 ( please note there will be an intensive at Mid semester which will reduce the hours in the second half of the semester)
We live in a time of human induced climate change and seemingly insurmountable challenges to the future of our natural systems,

Sustainable Vacation 2012

with Simon Curlis

This studio considers service design tools and social innovation as a means of developing tourism and sustainable vacation potential in post-carbon localised economies situated in regional Victoria. You will encounter notions of local and regional self-sufficiency in meeting food, water, and energy production and economic needs. You will also proposes activities & services

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

Systems and Service Visualisation for Industrial Design

This course gives you an introduction to specialist visualisation techniques and adaptation of existing ones to communicate the design of complex services and systems. You will deploy a user-centred approach to visualisation as a core capability for industrial design to ensure that a system or service under design is targeted to specific audiences and strategically

Industry of One

Semester 1, 2013

With Youssef Tayeb

We are on the precipice of a personal manufacturing (r)evolution .  The barriers to product manufacturing are falling fast and access to affordable, high precision machining need not be further than your work bench or your keyboard.

Records are now cut in bedrooms, their music videos shot in the basement. Software is

Design for the Other 90%

Semester 1, 2013

With Judith Glover

Key words: Sustainable Design, Sustainable Development, Product Design innovation, User-Centred Design, prototyping

Activist designer Paul Pollack (2007) states in Design for the Other 90% that:
“Ninety-five percent of the world’s designers focus all of their efforts on developing products and services exclusively for the richest ten percent of the world’s customers.”
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