The Body Ornament

Wednesdays, 5.30 PM to 9.30 PM
Room: 88.5.20/20A
At the surface, the body ornament concerns itself with notions of beautification, self-image & expression, emotional symbolism, social, religious & ethnic identification, familial connectedness etc. The practice of body adornment is deep rooted in human history; a practice which continues to progress & regress in the many evolving, tangible forms

Dirt Dreams: batch production in slip-cast ceramics

Lecturer: Judith Glover

Ah…the humble porcelain bowl or cup…or is it? Could you make one? Could you make a thousand? Could you make any money? What else could you design and make if you understood the process—the possibilities of form, ornamentation and decoration not available in any other processes?
This studio will explore the rigours of slip-cast

Advanced Computer Aided Industrial Design

Tutor: Dr Scott Mayson & Dustin Bayley

In this course, you will extend your knowledge and skills in the digital design and development process to design and produce complex forms, products and assemblies. You will design, revise, animate and evaluate three-dimensional forms within a digital environment including mechanical simulations, finite element analysis, software enabled life cycle

Andrew Louey

Andrew Louey is an experienced industrial designer and educator. An RMIT University and Art Center Europe alumni, his skills and insights in transportation (automotive, motorcycles, trucks) and product (power tools, consumer goods) design have been gathered working locally and internationally with companies such as Ford, SAAB, Nissan, BlueSky Design, GMC and Electrolux amongst others.

Andrew is passionate

Memorabilia

Studio Tutor:  Tal Mor Sinay

Studio Timetable:
Wednesday 11:30am 2:30pm  045.01.005A
Tuesday        3:30pm 6:30pm  045.01.005A

Objects communicate with us through the memories and values we associate with them. Any object can become a vessel, holding memories and narratives, waiting to unfold.

This studio aims to break through the stereotypes of the souvenirs industry, explore notions of storytelling

Augmented Bodies

Monday 11:30 – 2:30 | 45.01.05DTuesday 3:30 – 6:30 | 51.02.015

Lecturers: : Emma Luke and Jay Curtis

This studio explores the body as a site of interaction and expression. Located at the meeting of emergent digital technologies and contemporary jewellery design practice, the studio asks students to imagine, design, develop and prototype new wearable objects for

Design & Social Change: The Domestic Revolution

Tutor: Juan Sanin

Tmetable: Wednesday  8:30am-11:30am

Location: 009.02.016

 

This course analyses the ongoing transformations of domestic live using design ethnography methods and develops speculative design concepts to imagine the material culture of the future home.

In the last 20 years, domestic life has changed in dramatic ways that reflect broader social changes. We have seen how the traditional

Tracy Tung

Tracy Tung has been a car designer, a furniture exhibitor, and is currently dividing her time between freelance design and being a market gardener at Days Walk Farm, a 16 acre certified organic farm just outside of Melbourne.

During her studies in Industrial Design, Tracy was selected as one of five Melbourne designers to exhibit her

Furniture Design Studio

Wednesdays, 1.30 PM to 5.30 PM
Room: 88.5.6/6A
 
The focus of this studio is on the design and production of commercial furniture concepts, including lighting and accessories for environments such as hospitality, offices, airports, public spaces, streetscape and residential furniture. The term ‘commercial’ shall include quantities ranging from batch production to mass production.
One Part of the studio

Dr Scott Mitchell

Supervisor Meeting Time: Tuesday 11.30-2.30 in B.45

Dr. Scott Mitchell is a lecturer in Industrial Design and a practicing artist. His undergraduate training was in Sculpture and his PhD examined the use and misuse of mass-produced objects with a particular focus on practices of hacking and open source communities. His research, teaching and art practice engages