Malte Wagenfeld is Senior lecturer in Industrial Design at RMIT; he is a design practitioner, academic, artist, curator and researcher. As an industrial design practitioner, Malte has extensive experience in the design of furniture, appliances, objects and interiors with a specialisation in low volume manufacturing and prototyping. The designs resulting from this have been internationally
Simon Lockery & Karli Vergese
Ecoville is a concept that now casts “A place where people live and work under the ‘eco’ banner of holistic sustainability”. Centre for Design and Society has partnered with the Australian Antarctic Division to investigate the environmental impacts of Australia’s Antarctic infrastructure (Casey station operations in detail). Focusing on three related
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
After completing a BA in Industrial Design at RMIT University
Nick has worked with the former, Centre for Design at RMIT University and has been teaching in Complex fabrication and Design studies classes.
As a practicing industrial and product designer, Nick has his own label, Black Panda.
Nick also works at Quirk and Co , in store you can
With Marc Pascal
We will commence with a studio visit to where I work. I will show my methods and how we create what we do. The modular colouring system, and what is on the drawing board right now. Then it is over to you to conceive a sophisticated lighting object that will be unique and
Studio Tutors: Arthur Georgalas
Wednesday | 11:30 – 2:30 PM | 045.01.005D
Thursday | 11:30 – 2:30 PM | 045.01.003
The studio focuses on future urban mobility that networks to provide universal publicly accessible transport between Melbourne and Sydney.
Rapid mass transit is a necessity for urbanised global communities, the Japanese Shinkansen, Shanghai Maglev trains and conceptual Hyperloop
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
Caroline is an established Industrial Design professional and academic, whose career spans over 19 years of design, consultancy management, consumer and product research and education delivery experience. She has worked throughout Asia and Australia in leading design studios including Outerspace Design (Melbourne), Infinity Design (Brisbane and Hong Kong), and her own consultancy, Fordholm Design (Melbourne
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