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Studio project, ECAL 2021

in BACHELOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

by 2DI

Teacher(s): Michel Charlot


Following the method of carefully observing our daily routines to identify unique needs and then creating intuitive and practical products, the Bachelor of Industrial Design students imagined a collection of clever furniture and household accessories to help organise our daily lives, under the guidance of designer Michel Charlot.

As an important part of the development of MUJI products is based on detailed photographic studies in people's homes, the students were invited to follow the same process by documenting the spontaneous state of their own homes and other people's environments in order to reveal how they interact with the products, and to identify how the objects are used as direct inspiration for their design.


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FICHTRE & Adrien Kaeser

Exhibition in Milan

Images by ECAL/Jimmy Rachez

Bedside Table

Design by ECAL/Noémie Soriano
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Clip Hanging Frames

Design by ECAL/Eugénie Perrin
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Corner Shelf

Design by ECAL/Marine Fondin
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Folding Chair

Design by ECAL/Alan Schopfer
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta

Hanger Pole

Design by ECAL/Stéfanie Kay
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Insect House
Design by ECAL/Jillian Reichlin
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Whiteboard/Mirror Shelf
Design by ECAL/Manon Novelli
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Paper Wall Pocket
Design by ECAL/Lucie De Martin
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Pole Storage System
Design by ECAL/Juri Römmel
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Steel Wire Basket Trolley
Design by ECAL/Théo Blanchard
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Stepladder Basket
Design by ECAL/Victorine Lefebvre
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Valet Stand

Design by ECAL/Julien Lindt
Image ECAL/Jasmine Deporta