UID alumnus Alvaro Sanz (IDI) has won the Grupo Antolín Design Challenge Design where students from around the world were challenged to imagine future car interior concepts.
Daniela Bohlinger, Head of 'Sustainability in Design' at the BMW Group, is joining UID as an adjunct professor for 2021-2022. Daniela aims to give staff and students the opportunity to further explore and develop sustainable solutions across all design programmes.
In his research, Morteza Abdipour has explored how a major roll out of the so called digital wall might influence how we arrange our future households and the impact it could have on our everyday behaviour.
For his first ever sketch-to-model project, BFA1 student Isaac Stenegärd produced something quite special during the 'workshop training course'. Yes, it's a 'Star Wars' lightsaber.
The first few minutes and hours spent at an intensive care unit (ICU) can be vital, literally. The speed and quality of care often affect patients' lives for years to come. In a project with Getinge, APD2-students explored new design solutions for vital sign monitoring in an ICU.
In a collaboration with Lynk & Co, TD1 students explored a range of mobility solutions for urban families in 2030. Each team received a unique brief where they were challenged to draw inspiration from different cities, cultures and user groups.