Through The Rooted Project, first-year Master students at Lund University School of Industrial Design, set out to see how the cyclic approach could be implemented for local food production. They examined existing linear solutions in the food industry and took inspiration from our roots by exploring which traditional practices could be used in modern world to help us strive towards a more sustainable future.
Emergency. Hospitality. Remote locations. Night markets. Off-grid lighting has countless use cases, no matter whether fulfilling essential human needs or delivering more convenient experiences. Students studied a chosen global context and the future users living within.
The School of Industrial Design proudly presents the 2022 degree show. The graduating Bachelor’s and Master’s students show their final works, ranging from house appliances and furniture to online web applications and everything in between. Enjoy!
The exhibition features seventeen works from the first-year MA students at Lund University School of Industrial Design. Through the lens referred as nakedness, we look for the primal intention and the natural state of being in our world of design, and reflect our unique thoughts on the human living experience in this changing time.
In this project, the first-year MA students at Lund University School of Industrial Design, have set out to identify an activity or area within linear food production and create a sustainable arrangement based on a circular system, without linear packaging or engine-based transportation.
The industrial design students from Lund University School of Industrial Design are hosting their annual Degree Show online. The exhibition will feature graduating Bachelor and Master students of 2021. It’s a diverse body of work which will give an insight into young designers’ thoughts and perspectives.
Featuring the graduating Bachelor and Master students of 2020, with projects spanning a wide range of products and interests, this years’ online degree show exhibits a diverse body of work united in a spirit of optimism – of continuously looking forward.
Cordless lighting solutions designed by second-year Master students. The built-in battery, minimal size of components and the use of a single LED ensure lightness and mobility.
In collaboration with The Glass Factory, Boda and Bergdalahyttan, the first year Master students not only to developed glass products, but explored the potential of this material applied in sustainable, cyclic systems for the future. The students investigated and identified linear systems to propose alternatives that aim at bringing a positive change to our planet and its inhabitants.
Collaborating with S-P-O-K, first year Master’s students redesigned an alternative to the linear system, in order to make it cyclic. The designers were inspired by different aspects of life and created cyclic systems to replace wasteful linear systems that exist in those areas today. Additionally, all prototypes are produced by casting and have practical uses. The casted materials used are porcelain, aluminium, bronze and concrete.
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