New project in architecture department

Last Friday LdM students of Architecture in its Environment, Sustainable Architecture and Public Space Design had a guided tour with their professors around the Parco delle Cascine for the launch of “River Space Design”, Spring 2015 joint project promoted by the Architecture Department.

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treedom project

Are you aware of how much CO2 we produce every day? What can we do to improve the quality of our environment and its atmosphere? Sustainable Design and Sustainable Architecture classes are happy to introduce you to a new, interesting and “green” project, in cooperation with Treedom. Thanks to this project Treedom will calculate the…

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LdM at Salone del Mobile in Milan

Our Sustainable Design class, in partnership with Recuperiamoci is happy to announce that 4 objects made by our students will be exhibited during the Salone del Mobile in Milan! Recuperiamoci is a design company whose main goal is to rehabilitate convicts by letting them make sustainable objects and by then letting them learn a profession….

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5th edition of The Art Is In The Street

saturday 7 th of may LdM design students get out in the streets to expose their works. the winners were: 1st prize ———————————————————————————— 2nd prize ———————————————————————————— 3rd prize  clik here to see all the projects presented to the competition

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Projects in parallel with TCU

The 6th of April TCU and LdM Interior Design Departments have exchanged some students’ projects presentations. Class of  Exhibit Design Prof Donatella Caruso Concept Statement: Design a trade fair booth for an italian lighting company Luceplan Inspiration: Sahpe the volumes to create a city, hide the lamps so that the spectator has to discover them,…

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Lamp by Allison Wood

  In the class of Product Design fall 2010 professor Andrea Parigi selected a project to be developed and produced. The choice fall on Allison Wood ‘Drop’ lamp. The class followed the production. First a plaster mould was formed, then a ceramic folder has been placed. Now we are waiting to cook the lamp with…

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Andrew James "Acutone"

ANDREW JAMES ACUTONE Andrew James, an LdM Interior Design student from Fall 2010, has created a variation of Reebok’s “easytone” snickers named Acutone. This prototype is designed to integrate acurpressure and increased toning capabilities into the shoes and it’s a variation of Reebok’s ‘easytones’ sneaker that features Reebok’s ‘moving air’ technology, in which the movement of air…

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