New workshops with innovative companies
Domus Academy has launched seven workshops for its students, who will have the valuable opportunity to work on visionary projects with renowned companies.
In the Experience Design Workshop, students will be collaborating with Khronos Group, to help envision new trends and directions for AR based exhibition design and visitors’ experiences of the future.
Master’s in Product Design students who will work in the Advanced Design & Processes Workshop in collaboration with Fucina, will investigate the potential of using metal fabrication techniques to create design objects. Students will engage in the design development from conceptualization to finalization.
During the Entrepreneurship Workshop, students of the Master Programme in Business Design will collaborate with Kickstarter working on a new concept of product and its campaign.
Students who will attend the Fashion Styling & Fashion Brand Management Workshop, in collaboration with Cactus Magazine, will work on new brand strategy strategies in challenging times.
Master in Interior & Living Design students will collaborate with Laurameroni, a leading Italian furniture company. They will investigate new interior design scenarios for their iconic wall systems.
Students of the Master in Visual Brand Design will collaborate with Bastard and will support the communication of their brand story and more than 25 years in the market, by creating a brand book that will express their identity, history, products and branding guidelines.
The students of the Master in Fashion Design will collaborate with Humana People to People Italia with the aim of creating a sustainable capsule collection, selecting and enhancing clothes from the Humana Vintage stores. Students will study innovative sustainable materials and discover opportunities for reuse and upcycling.
Due to this pandemic, Luliang Chen chose the photographer as the user of his project. Photographers need to frequently work outdoor, therefore functions and lifestyles need to change accordingly.