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Workshop, ECAL 2017

in BACHELOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

by 2DI

Teacher(s): Nicholaï Wiig-Hansen et Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard


The 2nd Industrial design students were asked to create a mobile (kinetic sculpture) as part of a collaborative project with the Japanese brand Tempo. Tempo is owned by Mother tool, a product manufacturer that works with local craftsmen and different know-how, from Ashikaga and Tokyo area, to create products by pairing up and making the best use of different materials and production techniques. With the support of the "Summer University" program of the Canton of Vaud, the students went to Japan, to present their ideas and prototypes to Tempo’s design and production team, do factory visits and totally immerse yourselves into the Japanese culture. 


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL/Marie Cornil


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL/Lukas Streit


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL/Loris Gomboso


Summer University Tokyo

ECAL/Lisa Bernasconi