Natalia Alonso, Margarita Giraldo, Rut Martín, José Matallana
Create your own spring
Autors: Natalia Alonso, Margarita Giraldo, Rut Martín, José Matallana
Alicia González, Rocío Hidalgo and Silvia Vilaplana
Autors: Alicia González, Rocío Hidalgo and Silvia Vilaplana
Vicky Ballesteros, Manuela Botero Uribe, Anna Ordi Camprubí, Anna Ortega Rueda, Verónica Pineda, Oscar Porras, Mariana Recinos Dávila, Martín Serrano
Autors: Vicky Ballesteros, Manuela Botero Uribe, Anna Ordi Camprubí, Anna Ortega Rueda, Verónica Pineda, Oscar Porras, Mariana Recinos Dávila, Martín Serrano
Blow your mind - Biosca&Botey
Sorcha Maguire, Natalia Miguel, Aaron Paulino, María Quilez and Juan Velandia
Blow your mind - Biosca&Botey
Autors: Sorcha Maguire, Natalia Miguel, Aaron Paulino, María Quilez and Juan Velandia
Pablo García-Dié, Eduardo Hernández Mont and Cynthia Ratkevicius
Autors: Pablo García-Dié, Eduardo Hernández Mont and Cynthia Ratkevicius
Beiñ. The Touch of Spain. NYC
Pop Up Store at the Roger Smith Hotel, located in Lexington Avenue, one of Manhattan’s busiest spots, designed by ELISAVA students of Retail Design (Jessica Teló, Francisco Ramón, Tali Oren, Anna Denson).
Create your own spring
Natalia Alonso, Margarita Giraldo, Rut Martín, and José Matallana, students of the Master’s Degree in Retail Space: Retail Design, are the authors of «Create your own spring», the new window store design of the Sony Store Barcelona. The conceptual basis of the proposal is the perception of spring as a creative process: all the things that remain inert during winter, come to life at this season of the year. In order to develop the representation of this idea relating it to the origins of Sony, the students selected the origami technique for creating a huge flower that shelters the products arranged over white and multicoloured folio columns that follow a specific chromatic range.
Nau de Tints
«Nau de Tints» by Catalina Buitrago, Margarita Delgado, José Manuel Matallana, Maura Medina, Sebastián Pardo and Paulina Peña for the women’s fashion brand Miss Me and the footwear brand Ash-Vialis during Rec.07 Experimental Stores Festival.
The motorcycle in the city
The students students Vicky Ballesteros, Patricia Bernardino, Núria Martínez, and Vanya Suleva are the people responsible for the conceiving and development of «The MotorCIRCLE in the City», the project chosen for the design of six interior stage boxes at Biosca & Botey, a space with a novel concept capable of generating experiences and feelings that go beyond the point of sale. The proposal is an interactive exhibition that radically changes the way in which the display of the 16 legendary high-level motorcycles from the 70s is seen.
Blow your mind - ELISAVA and Biosca&Botey
Lighting Space of Biosca & Botey has renewed the image of his six stage houses. Now they dress in white and red to welcome visitors and make a tribute to the strength, durability and sustainability of products. The idea, design and content of the new boxes is the work and creativity of five young master students: Sorcha Maguire, Natalia Miguel, María Quilez, Aaron Paulino and Juan Velandia.
What I like of ELISAVA is the pace of tasks; projects change into other projects very quickly and the student has to do a lot of fruitful work to be able to pass them. All the teachers are employed designers and high-class specialists, many of them do not live in Spain and have to catch a plane to teach the course. Our group is very international: there are people from India, China, Syria, Brazil, Ecuador, etc. Projects tend to be in groups, so communication is always interesting as you get acquainted with other cultures while you work with other people on the same task. ELISAVA is a brilliant and strong institution with a unique atmosphere.
Constantly evolving, the Master’s Degree in Retail Design adapts to the trends of the moment to offer a unique blend of academic skills imparted by best professionals, with exciting contests and real projects working with the leading companies in the sector. On the other hand, I want to highlight the rich personal experience that involves the immersion of different international profiles from engineering, space, product, fashion and graphic design, offering new perspectives on the same common interest.
The experience I had in the Elisava’s Retail Design Master Program was excellent. The fact that we designed real projects for brands like Sony and Ikea was a great learning opportunity, besides, the experience of living in Barcelona and designing projects in collaboration with professionals from different areas of the design field and people from different countries gave me new expectations in the personal and professional area, and most important, I am now a designer with a global network of designers friends.
The master’s degree has been a great experience, not only at a knowledge level, but also as a professional that must face different situations before real projects and clients. Besides, being part of the research team has been really enriching, insofar as it widens the ambit of professional intervention, and make the students realize that there still is a lot for being developed in the retail field. I dare say there are not two identical programmes, since they constantly update their contents and professors in order to be at the forefront of the demands that continually arise within our field.
Mar López Prat
This programme has been a great opportunity in order to learn concepts, business strategies, and market trends. I feel that I am now prepared for facing work life thanks to the training I have received. It is very complete, among its teaching staff many professionals on the field can be counted, and its contents are absolutely state-of-the-art. It has been one of the toughest years in my life, but it was worth it. If I could come back to that time, the only thing I would change would be the fact that I had to work while I was doing the master’s degree. If I had not had to do so, I would have enjoyed the master even more.
Regina Muro Lucas
If you ask me what I learnt at the ELISAVA Master’s Degree in Design of Retail Space, I will tell you that I have grown both as a person and as a designer, that I have kept up to date with the latest trends and that my motivation and knowledge of retail design have increased. There are still a lot of things left to do, and the most important thing we have learnt is that we can do them.
The two postgraduate diplomas complement each other very well. We have worked in a new project with IKEA. Also with Biosca & Botey creating an area for people to feel more integrated in space; with Sony and shop windows; and also participated in a project related to new technologies and supermarkets. Companies are very interested, come to class and give us their feedback. Teachers work in different areas of retail and places of the world. They have shown us some areas that you do not know that deal with retail.