December 2020

Posts tagged as 'student project'

Out of the Woods: Adventures of 12 Hardwood Chairs by AHEC and RCA

The American Hardwood Export Council has collaborated with product design students at the Royal College of Art in London to create a stunning exhibition of hardwood chairs at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of the 2012 London Design Festival. The culmination of an eight month project that encompassed wood and chair making workshops, an introduction to Life Cycle Assessment and a rigorous design and making process. (more…)

120 competition 1st prize of 2011: Pål Trodahl (BAS)


120 is as an independent competition organized by students on a non-profit, voluntary basis without the involvement of a school administration. The organizing committee of 120 is recruited from the student masses of the three main architecture schools in Norway, BAS, AHO and NTNU…


'Skog' lamps by Caroline Olsson for Magnor Glassverk

With Christmas less than two weeks away, this collection of diminutive, nature-inspired lamps by the young Norwegian designer and Akershus University College student Caroline Olsson certainly evokes the festive feeling. Manufactured by the century-old Norwegian glassworks Magnor Glassverk, ‘Skog’ – Norwegian for ‘forest’ – has been inspired and named after the large forests surrounding Magnor Glassverk. (more…)

Composition ECAL-Alessi, Photo: ECAL-Julien Chavaillaz

Alexis Georgacopoulos, head of ECAL / University of Art Lausanne, presents the projects of the second year Industrial Design (BA) students created for Alessi.


1st prize-winning Låst by Morten Skjærpe Knarrum; photo by Espen Grønlie

Earlier last week, three young designers; Morten Skjærpe Knarrum, Anders Berg and Iris Djupvik were named the first, second and third prize winners, respectively, of the ‘Student Project’ competition which took place during the 25th edition of Designers Saturday Oslo. The award was organised by the board of Designers Saturday Oslo and the Organisation of Interior Architects and Furniture Designers with an aim to ‘provide future designers with the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and talents’ and each of the hopeful young designers was briefed to create ‘an inspiring, unexpected, joyful, demanding, adequate, colourful, innovative, beautiful, unusual, amusing and/or refined chair – as envisioned in your dreams.’ (more…)

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Designers Saturday Oslo: Student Project – Winners