Scott Mitchell

Scott Mitchell holds an undergraduate honours degree in fine art and a PhD in design. He is a practicing artist and works across a diverse array of fields from public sculpture to interactive objects and environments. He exhibits widely as both an individual artist and as part of the collaborative groups Open Spatial Workshop with

Body Movin’

with Dr Scott Mayson

This studio evolves emerging practices in design where consumers are customising an artefact with a personalised sense of creation. Traditionally, a products form is finalised, pre-manufacture, with little room for evolution. What if advanced design and manufacturing tools afforded the designer the ability to allow consumers to manipulate their designs within a

No connection: Increasing the connectivity of Victorian rural communities

Studio Lecturer: Rober Eales

Guest Lecturer: Simon Lockrey

Research Partner: Victorian Farmer’s Federation

During this studio we will be working with the Victorian Farmer’s Federation and regional communities in Victoria to explore how to overcome the social and economic isolation that comes with low to no Internet access. If we sidestep the idea that the government will fix

Furniture Design

Semester 2, 2011

With Kjell Grant

 

This studio will be directed by Prof. Kjell Grant.

 

organized around 3 ideas resolved into one final piece of furniture presented at the graduation assessment. Areas of choice are, concept (cutting edge design) and Commercial design  –   for offices, hospitality,airports And public areas.

About the Image: Oliver Field’s Hedge is a bench in the form of a squiggle in metal,

De-constructing the status quo

Studio Leader: Dr. Areli Avendano Franco

Studio Timetable: Wednesday 5:30-8:30 | Thursday 5:30-8:30

Studio Partner: Australian Red Cross

Globally, there are more frequent and severe natural hazards affecting communities due to climate change. To minimise the impact of humanitarian scenarios, preparedness and emergency response are two fundamental processes that need to be integrated together. The most critical challenges faced include:

Caravan

Studio Leaders: Tracy Tung & Simon Curlis

Wednesday  |  15:30 – 6:30 PM | 045.01.005B
Thursday      | 15:30 – 6:30 PM | 045.01.005D

Industry partners: TBC,

Caravans are tiny homes, efficiently designed to meet user requirements and desires. Victoria is home of 30% of Australia’s Caravan production. The caravan is effectively a lounge, bedroom and kitchen rolled

Grow Shepp

With Juliette Anich and Emily Ballantyne- Brodie

This design studio will explore the potential of a design-led regional food hub model in the City of Greater Shepparton, Victoria. Based 190 km north of Melbourne, Shepparton is a unique town located in the heart of Victoria’s growing region, Goulburn Valley. Also home of SPC, the famous Australian company

Georgia Hutchison

Georgia Hutchison is an independent designer and artist based in Melbourne, Australia — pursuing creative strategy, industrial design, production, curation and contemporary art practice. Since graduating from a Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design) at RMIT University in 2011, she has formed a multidisciplinary practice working on independent, collaborative and client driven projects with designers, artists and

Design Drawing

With Charles Lin

This elective is all about developing and maintaining your drawing skills. It’s very important as designers, that we have the ability to think visually. That means using our drawing skills to develop our ideas, as a tool to help us flesh out concepts and thoughts. Whether you intend to pursue a career in

Kate Archdeacon

Kate Archdeacon is an industrial designer who focuses on systems and service design, community development and urban resilience.  Having recently submitted her MPhil thesis, “Urban agriculture design for resilient cities”, Kate is now obsessed with the role that the culture of food–growing, preparing and consuming–plays in building urban social and ecological resilience.