UNSW Built Environment Industrial Design: Sascha Dal Santo

31 05 2010

Hi everyone!

I wasn’t lying when I ended my last blog post by saying this session is going to be a crazy, busy, non-stop-work session – think that’s just an understatement!

So far this session, we’ve been entering a few design competitions as part of our submissions for our studio design work. We were lucky enough to get involved with the 2010 Electrolux Design Lab, in which we had to design a kitchen or washing appliance for small living spaces for the year 2050.

I focused on cooking with my project, in which I designed a compact kitchen which contained all the necessary and imperative kitchen supplies.

It was a very full-on project but still fun at the same time, as we got to go as creative as we could think in terms of picturing how we will live in 2050.

Final Presentation for 2010 Electrolux Design Lab

Consumer Insight Identification – 2010 Electrolux Design Lab

Final Presentation for 2010 Electrolux Design Lab

We’ve also been pretty busy with our final year research reports, spending a lot of time researching our project topic areas and developing concepts on what we may produce for our final Industrial Design Major Project.

Overall, this session has just been crazy busy – many apologies to anyone who runs into a stressed Industrial Design student!




One response

1 06 2010

I see a lot of designs entered into the Electrolux Design Lab competition and some of the concepts that people come up with are really innovative. Halo is one of those designs – compact yet practical.

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