Material experimentation workshops for undergraduate students to explore new creative design methodologies
The third-year students of the Degree in Design and Innovation have participated in a series of material experimentation workshops to promote creative design processes.
Its objective, through the use of emerging methodologies, has been the exploration of materials, technologies and processes, from crafts, industry or digital manufacturing, for the conceptualization of proposals. These have been the workshops carried out:
Experimental module focused on learning the printing technique on wooden blocks
What are the relationships between digital technologies and the Internet and our bodies, our data?
Exploring methods to achieve results through an empirical and iterative process
Direct experimentation on a 1:1 scale through a manufacturing and construction process
The objective of the course will be to understand light as a material and emitter of messages. In this workshop we will explore the intimate and daily life of each person and we will look for a context, a place in which to express it
We have challenged the belief in technological progress and highlighted the potential of past knowledge and technologies to design a more sustainable internet-connected society. We experienced the possibilities of human energy production in a modern society
Work on experimentation, its methodologies and their documentation, through research into the manufacture and production of chocolate
In this project, students have worked with light as an intangible material in experimenting with its power to shape and transform our physical environment