Duration // Schedule
June 28 - July 9 2020 (40 hours)
5 p.m. - 9.15 p.m.
Introduction / Medium
Dates may be modified and courses may be canceled depending on the evolution of the pandemic.
Nowadays there's an increasing number of stands that tell stories, communicate narratives and convey identities. Companies rely on fairs to attract and retain the public. It is the fair moment. In addition, the new technologies allow to live authentic sensory and immersive experiences to transmit differently the attributes and values of a brand, making memorable spaces.
Course-project workshop, case visit study to Vibia Lighting, Essapunt factory and studio visit to professional offices specialized in the design of stands.
- Deepen in the world of stand design: events, client presentations, fairs, planning, resources.
- Thoroughly analyze narrative resources: script, scene, tempo, content.
- Know the technical means: light, audiovisual, color, graphic application, space metric.
Structure and Contents
- The conceptual and mental map as an organizer and generator of ideas.
- The professional assignment: how to face a brief, ask our client questions, what do you expect from us, what do the suppliers need.
- Professional practice: how a fair works: regulations, calendars and planning. Project Management Contest regulations.
- Assembly: coordination of industrialists and suppliers. Workplan.
*Some activity/visit could be affected by the situation generated by COVID-19 at the time of the course, but always covering the course content.
Designer and teacher in Elisava. Professor of Masters at the UB, UPF and UPC. Design stands and stores for fashion and industry firms. He often uses the technique of mind mapping for the conceptualization and creation of spaces.
Lighting designer. Her training comes from the world of entertainment, design and conception of the scenic space through light.
Design and communication professionals with work oriented to fair architecture, stand design. Students of the Degree in Design of the last course who want to acquire knowledge on the subject.
Make interior design projects, exhibition facilities and industrial design. His work has been exhibited in cities such as Barcelona, Milan, Paris, Düsseldorf, Mexico City or Beijing. Stand designer for furniture companies Enea and Expormim, at the Milan Fair.
Elisava students have a special discount of 25% of the price in the following programmes: ‘Creación y Renderizado de Objetos y Espacios’ and ‘Las Herramientas del Diseñador Gráfico: Crea, Retoca y Presenta con Suite Adobe’.
The students of the summer course ‘Sustainable Materials for Design’ who decide to take the ‘Master’s Degree in Design through New Materials’ will have a discount corresponding to the amount of the summer course in the master’s price.
Discounts before 15 April *
Participation in a course: 100% of the course price is paid.
Participation in two courses: 100% of the first course is paid and the second course has a 15% discount.
Participation in three or more courses: 100% of the first course is paid, the second course has a 15% discount and the third and subsequent courses have a 20% discount.
Discounts for Alumni Bold *
Participation in a course: 15% Alumni Bold discount
Participation in two courses: 15% Alumni Bold discount on the first course and 20% discount on the second course.
Participation in three or more courses: 15% Alumni Bold discount in the first course, 20% discount in the second and third courses and 25% discount in the following courses.
* All discounts will correspond to the amount of the course with the lowest value.
From April 16, only the standard 15% discount will apply for Alumni Bold.