Students’ project finalist at Rossana Orlandi Ro Plastic Prize
Our students’ project #souvenirsfromthesea has been selected as finalist at Ro Plastic Prize, the competition of Rossana Orlandi, and it will be exhibited from the 29th of September at Museo della Scienza e Tecnologia.
Domus Academy is proud to announce that the students’ project #souvenirsfromthesea has been selected as finalist at Ro Plastic Prize, the competition of Rossana Orlandi and it will be exhibited from the 29th of September at Museo della Scienza e Tecnologia.
“#souvenirsforthesea, fifteen stories recovered from the sea” is a graphic and visual project that aims to involve an audience of adults and children on environmental issues, in particular those related to the pollution of the seas and oceans. It proposes new visual and narrative modalities to create environmental awareness. It comes from the collaboration between the students of the Master’s in Visual Brand Design of the Domus Academy with Elisa Chiodo, Designer and Program Leader of the Master and Angela Ponzini, Designer and collaborator of Studiolabo.
Rossana Orlandi launched the 2nd edition of Ro Plastic Prize to challenge and inspire the design community to think differently about how objects are made. The best projects will be presented as finalists at Rossana Orlandi Gallery during the Fuorisalone of the 2020 Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan. An international jury of professionals and experts will select the winners among the finalists, one for each category.
Congratulations to our students: Arora Shrishti, Burke Jenice Deborah Joyce, Chauhan Palash Hemantkumar, Kaewmanee Preejarumon, Kanbak Eren, Kejriwal Vartika, Naknawaphan Onnutcha, Rajkhowa Tonmoy, Runze Du, Schmitz Benedikt, Shah Aman Rajeev, Xie Shiyi, Yintong Li, Wei Dai, Zhou Jing.
An interior design project conceived with irony, both in terms of the client’s personality and in terms of spaces.