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From 07.06.2022 to 12.06.2022
Milan Design Week

On the occasion of the Milan Design, ECAL presents three exhibitions.

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The ECAL Manual of Style

Over the past 20 years, ECAL has developed a hugely effective, highly engaging teaching method, which drives its students to develop their creativity in a professional way. To celebrate this, an exhibition and a book present the story of one of the world’s most innovative schools, as told by its teachers, students and alumni, in response to the question, ‘How should design be taught today?’. The book is published by Phaidon and edited by acclaimed designer Jonathan Olivares and ECAL Director Alexis Georgacopoulos.

Press preview: 6 June, 4pm – 6pm
Opening hours: 7 – 11 June, 11am – 8pm
12 June, 11am – 4pm

Spazio Orso 16
Via dell’Orso 16
20121 Milano
www.phaidon.com

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Yamaha Sound Machines

In collaboration with Japanese brand Yamaha and its Design Laboratory, Master Product Design students led by Camille Blin, Head of the programme, have created new types of music players in order to meet new requirements related to listening to music.

Press preview: 6 June, 4pm – 6pm
Opening hours: 7 – 11 June, 11am – 8pm
12 June, 11am – 4pm

Spazio Orso 16
Via dell’Orso 16
20121 Milano
www.yamaha.com

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ECAL × BMC: Daily Mobility

In the House of Switzerland, ECAL and Swiss bicycle company BMC Switzerland present the results of their exciting collaboration. During a workshop with designer Christian Spiess, Bachelor Industrial Design students were tasked to work on an urban mobility model created by BMC. Featuring either add-on equipment or completely reimagined bikes, the students’ projects offer a glimpse into the future of mobility on two wheels and highlight the potential on how to enhance the rider experience.

Press day: 6 June, 10am – 7pm

Guided press tours: 6 June, 12pm & 4:30pm

Opening hours: 7 – 12 June, 10am – 8pm

House of Switzerland
Casa degli Artisti
Corso Garibaldi 89A
20121 Milano
www.swisshousemilano.it
www.bmc-switzerland.com

Graphic design & CGI: ECAL/Arthur Seguin
Font : Walla, Baptiste Lecanu