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Course: Modeling

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Progetto Mozambico

Class: Design

23/5/2011 | Carapira (Mozambique).  Some of the second-year students, divided into groups, had to design school and home furniture products that would be handcrafted by the students of the Escuela Industrial de Carapira in Nampula, Mozambique.

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22 mag 2012 Personal website design

Personal website design

Course: Web Design

Second-year students of the Study Plan in Creative Design designed their personal website (year of study 2011/2012, lecturer: Cesar Arroyo)

7 mag 2012 Cardboard furniture

Cardboard furniture

Class: Modeling

Furnishings made with cardboard by the second-year students.

The extra work is embedded within the project Riciclando, which concluded with an exhibition at Caffè Pedrocchi in Padua on the theme of objects and products made with recycled materials.

4 mag 2012 Lamps made with recycled materials

Lamps made with recycled materials

Class: Engineering

Second-year students had to reclaim objects (or some sections of them) at the end of their cycle of use in order to design new products with new features.

The project, called Riciclando, also aimed to the awareness of product design with recycled materials. The objects were exhibited at Caffè Pedrocchi in Padua during the event Notte Verde 2012.

2 dic 2011 Design For IOV

Design For IOV

Courses: Modeling and Visual Design

Second year students become IKEA hackers: young designers involved in the graphic and/or structural restyle of some IKEA products, discovering new aspects and unrhinkable features. The project D4I has been made for charity by Scuola Italiana Design for IOV, Institute Oncology Veneto.
The items have been designed and developed under the guidance of Lecturers Giovanni Zambon and Wilmer Gentili.

(photos: Giorgio Lazzaro, Mattia Savio e Nicola Favoto - ISFAV)

17 apr 2011 Medal of the St. Antony's Marathon

Medal of the St. Antony's Marathon

Course: Visual Design

The project was carried out by the second-year SID students. Coordinated by Prof. Giovanni Zambon, they had to design the medal given to every participant of the event.
The winning one was made by Stefano Dainese.

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