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

Towards Industrial Ecology: Design for Peri-Urban and Urban Agricultural Systems

Tutor: Emily Ballantyne-Brodie

Tuesday 5:30 – 8:30

Systems design allows designers to play a significant role in solving complex social, economic and ecological problems. Nourish Lab in semester 2 2018 will apply food systems design methodologies to the issues of peri-urban and urban agriculture.
Urban and peri-urban agriculture is expected to become increasingly important for social and environmental

Future musics: Designing envirosonics for the post-human city

Studio Leaders: Dr Jordan Lacey & Dr Ceri Hann

Studio Timetable: Monday 9.30-12:30| Wednesday 5:30-8:30

Studio Partner: Testing Grounds

 

In the posthuman city, interactive technologies and mashed up audio systems provide new ways for imagining evolving identities in the city streets. No longer just transition spaces for movement between points, the posthuman city will become a place for

Design Aesthetics: the visual language of designed meanings

EMMA LUKE

GRAP-2919-AUSBR-S2-TUT01/02

Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm (ONLINE)

Symmetry, proportion, scale, weight, texture, olfactory sensation. What makes the aesthetic coding of a product or experience at times so powerful in eliciting an emotional response from us? Beauty, the sublime, manufactured desire, aspirational consumerism, planned obsolescence…. Some of these concepts are as old as time whilst others

Sustainability Think Tank: Mobility for Humans

Semester 1, 2010

With simon Curlis

Resolving ways of Living , working and getting around in a post carbon community is a complex and challenging scenario. Suburbs such as Broadmeadows were constructed to service the local manufacturing industry and to house a population with aspirations towards a family a nice house on a ¼ acre block and

Studio Zoo: Design for Welfare, Conservation and Communication

Liam Fennessy & Scott Mitchell plus special guests

Research partner: Zoo’s Victoria – Wildlife Conservation and Science Department

http://www.zoo.org.au/

http://www.zoo.org.au/fighting-extinction/research

 

Contemporary Zoo’s occupy a particular role in primary research into animal welfare, species conservation, and the public communication of issues of biodiversity loss and environmental concerns. These activities often require the artful combination of material, informational and technological

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

De-constructing the status quo

Studio Leader: Dr. Areli Avendano Franco

Studio Timetable: Wednesday 5:30-8:30 | Thursday 5:30-8:30

Studio Partner: Australian Red Cross

Globally, there are more frequent and severe natural hazards affecting communities due to climate change. To minimise the impact of humanitarian scenarios, preparedness and emergency response are two fundamental processes that need to be integrated together. The most critical challenges faced include:

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 /

Think Tank: Wearables

with Dr Scott Mitchell

Studio: 2018 Sem 1
This studio investigates the body as a site of technological intervention. Looking beyond our current obsession with smart watches and activity trackers, we will imagine a future where computing power is distributed through and across bodies, opening up new lines of communication, representation, aggregation and augmentation.

Your exploration of this