And we're back! For the first time since 2019, the real-life grad show is returning to Umeå Institute of Design.
On April 8, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao premieres the exhibition: Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture. Among the exhibition objects are four visionary graduate projects created by alumni from the MFA Programme in Transportation Design.
For over half a century, the rumbling engines have been the beating heart of rally. Is the accelerating electric revolution about to throw the sport into an identity crisis? During 'Rally Sweden', students at UID presented the next generation of silent, sustainable rally cars, created in clay.
Equipped with the UN 'Sustainable Development Goals' as a roadmap for change, TD1 students role-played as design strategists analyzing trends and developing solutions towards a more circular future.
The might of the Uma river, whose life-giving force once gave birth (and name) to our city, inspired a group of students to embark on a design journey with mother nature as the ultimate beneficiary, rather than their fellow humans.
Is the global trend of multi-generational homes here to
stay? If so, how can innovative design make the most of the
opportunities and challenges presented by these