écal

Workshop, ECAL 2021

in BACHELOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

by 1DI 2DI 3DI

Teacher(s): Manuel Krebs (NORM)


Measuring, it seems, is one of the dominant concerns of modern society. We measure ourselves, our weight, our height, our temperature, from head to toe, from collar size to shoe size. We measure what is around us, from tiny to incredibly large. We measure time (from seconds to lifetimes), we measure the familiar (length, weight, volume) and the unusual (sound, radiation, voltage), we have measurement systems for everyday life and for experts. For this workshop, the students of the Bachelor Industrial Design have developed alternative measuring devices.

Photo ECAL/Jasmine Deporta


Body Lexicon
ECAL/Léo Crespin, Léon Félix, Toscane Jourde

Photo ECAL/Santiago Martinez Benedetti


Photo ECAL/Jasmine Deporta

Hand Calibrator
ECAL/Alicia Berclaz, Alejandrina Hernandez, Agnes Murmann

Photo ECAL/Santiago Martinez Benedetti


Spirit Level

ECAL/Julie Meyer, Jillian Reichlin, Cindy Sacher

Photo ECAL/Santiago Martinez Benedetti


Photo ECAL/Jasmine Deporta

Burning Watch

ECAL/Ines Aznar, Iris Gerbex, Anaïs Rochat

Photo ECAL/Santiago Martinez Benedetti


Metric Wheel

ECAL/Yann Cistac, Léa Omez, Noah Watzlawick

Photo ECAL/Santiago Martinez Benedetti



Photo ECAL/Jasmine Deporta