Feedforward: prototyping for social connection

Lecturers: Malte Wagenfeld, Chuan Khoo and Charles Anderson
Tuesdays 9.30 until 12.30 and 1.30 until 4.30
Feedforward is an interdisciplinary design studio bringing together students studying industrial design and landscape architecture. You will work alongside a team of academics/practitioners who have extensive expertise in the manipulation of sensorial phenomena in the production of public works of art

SuperStrusion

Lecturers: Scott Mayson & Scott Mitchell

The Dr Scott’s SuperStrusion Fun Time Studio Good Times.
Participants in the SuperStrusion studio will develop and build unique extruder heads for use in a 3D printer. These print heads will not extrude plastic, instead they will enable interesting soft materials to be extruded even eaten! Your design will be based

Rising Future

Lecturer: Tim Denshire-Key 

Tuesday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus (045.01.010) Thursday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus (045.01.008)

This studio will explore materials and how they can be used to create public sites of spectacle. How can we design spaces and objects that bring together communities for celebration and enjoyment of culture(s). How do materials inform

Future musics: Designing envirosonics for the post-human city

Studio Leaders: Dr Jordan Lacey & Dr Ceri Hann

Studio Timetable: Monday 9.30-12:30| Wednesday 5:30-8:30

Studio Partner: Testing Grounds

 

In the posthuman city, interactive technologies and mashed up audio systems provide new ways for imagining evolving identities in the city streets. No longer just transition spaces for movement between points, the posthuman city will become a place for

Absurdity and your ID

Tutor: Rob Eales

Friday 1:30 – 4:30

As designers, we are expected to work rationally and reasonably. However, there are other ways to design and by shifting our viewpoint and considering the absurd, the ridiculous and the silly we can develop alternative ways of designing and other ideas about the practice and roles of designers.
During the course,

Gavin Bufton

Industrial designer Gavin Bufton was born in Australia early 1982. Beginning his life growing up on a farm, Gavin worked with his father as an apprentice engineer until the age of 16 before heading off to gain his formal education at Royal Melbourne Institute of

Industrial designer Gavin Bufton was born in Australia early 1982. Beginning

Technology with Self-Sufficient living

Lecturer: Brad Marmion

Tuesday 9.30 – 12.30 – Online (V-Practical) Thursday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus 045.01.005A

This studio is an Investigation of digital design solutions for nature inspired and self-sufficient living.  In response to global social changes this studio considers a more contemporary vision of community interaction and independent living by looking to solutions from

FOOD TERROIR 2016

Scott Mayson and Marcus Cher

Designing a food landscape for the haute cuisine dining experience. Working with world renown chef Ryan Flaherty “Mr Jennings” to explore a sensorial approach to fine dining. You will design cutlery, flatware, tools & vessels et al. Across a broad range of materials and processes: additive manufacturing, casting, forming & finishing.

GT2P @ the NGV: material exploration with slip-cast ceramics

Studio Tutors: Dr Judith Glover, Tate Anson & Jaclyn Pokrovsky

Studio Partners: GT2P (Chile), The National Gallery of Victoria and Melbourne Design Festival

This studio presents a unique opportunity for CCC students this semester. We will be working with international design collective GT2P from Chile to be exhibiting an installation in the foyer of the NGV International

Justin Hutchinson

Justin has been an active participant in the Melbourne design industry for the last decade. His ongoing involvement has brought together a number of experimental collaborations around the themes of ‘place making’ and ‘sustainability’.

Justin has lectured extensively in product-design engineering and furniture design at Swinburne University and continues to run a mentoring program from his