Wastification

Giorgia Pisano

GRAP-2920-AUSBR-S2-TUT01/02

Friday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm (ONLINE)

How can things go from trash to treasure? Can waste be beautiful? Why do we feel attracted to old things, second-hand products or discarded objects? How can we create or increase the emotional or economic values of waste This course invites you to explore answers for these questions

Dirt Dreams: Eat my Dust

Studio Leaders |  Jade Thorsen and Jaki Pokrovsky

Studio Timetable
Monday | 11.30 am – 2.30pm | 45.01.010
Thursday | 3.30 pm -6.30 pm | 45.01.010

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

Maria Kinas

Maria completed her studies in the field of Industrial Design in 2006; her thesis centred on the study of the acculturation and transculturation of the body ornament in the ethnic evolution of persons in the western context. Her resulting collection won Maria first prize in an international jewellery design competition; the prize being a full

Electronic and Interactive Prototyping

This course provides a technical exposure to methods of developing, programming and testing Electronic and Interactive prototypes. This form of prototyping is increasingly useful in understanding how environmental and user data might effect the functionality and affect of a complex product. The rapid shift toward that ubiquitous computing systems and data feeds means that many

…DAS IST NICHT SCHLICHT !!!

Studio Tutor: Ronnie Lacham

Studio Timetable:

 

This studio will simulate a design manufacturing factory; students will work collaboratively as individuals in a team producing a product – furniture and objects. The studio will have two key learning outcomes. The first, understanding industrial manufacturing processes and interrogate these processes. The second learning outcome is how designers can generate

Soumitri Vradadarajan

An Associate Professor in the Industrial Design Program, School of Design, at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia my design approach focuses upon proposing a future that contains visionary products and services. I am excited by design projects that focus on the small and big challenges facing humanity. I see design projects as campaigns and so

Circular Economy

Tutor: Tim Denshire-Key

Friday 1:30 – 4:30

Design for sustainability goes beyond focusing on creating new products with low environmental impact. It requires rethinking how products are designed, how needs are resolved, and how resources are used. The Industrial Revolution brought about a linear model of production and consumption. In the 21st century, these practices are moving to

Toy Story

 

Studio Tutors: Tal Mor Sinay

Studio  Timetable:
Monday   | 8:30 – 11:30 AM | 045.01.005A
Thursday | 15:30 – 6:30 PM | 045.01.005A

 

“Play is the highest form of research” (Albert Einstein?)

This studio taps on an emerging movement in recent years that seeks to look for, and empower the problem solvers of the future. Children are already designers, creative

[un]valued

Studio: Dr Areli Avendaño Franco & Hieco Wesselius
Studio Partners: Salvos and Australia Post

Studio Timetable: Tuesday 9:30 am – 12:30 pm & Thursday 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

This design studio aims to expose students to the challenges of engaging in a real service design project through a collaboration among the key main stakeholders: SALVOS Stores, Australia Post and Industrial Design

Lifestyle Narratives and Consumption Patterns

Tutor: Juliana Luna

Friday 1:30 – 4:30

Many consumers in the 21st century are well informed, global and mobile. We create and construct our identities through a collection or system of objects that represent our values, beliefs and lifestyles. This system of objects is hacked, altered, modified or transformed by the body, as well as by the