Tag: Projects coming out of class
22 January 2019
The result of the collaboration between Núria Martínez Vernis, poet, and the Design of Ephemeral Spaces students in the second year of the Bachelor’s Degree in Design, is an exhibition revolving around the object and the subject, the central core of the subject.
Based on the poet’s extensive collection, the students immersed themselves in the sea of possibilities of order, generating four different exhibitions according to the four classes: “I Don’t Want to Buy Clothes Pegs”, “Peter Pincer”, “Journey to the Heart of Objects”, and “SUBJECT[ə]”. Finally, it’s the last one that can be visited until 16 February 2019.
“Subject is one of the fundamental components of a sentence and a syntactic function that is present in most schools of linguistics. It has a relationship of concordance with the verb. Without the verb, the subject is condemned to being and not doing, so every subject is bound to and in eternal need of an action.”
21 December 2018
Fourth-year students on the EINA Bachelor’s Degree in Design, in the Infographics and Data Display subject, led by Jordi Català, are undertaking a collaboration project with the Gran Teatre del Liceu.
The work consists of creating two Snapshot-type infographics on aspects that the students decide based on the Rossini opera “L’Italiana in Algieri”.
To take on the project, taking into account all its details, the students attended the advance première of the opera production on 11 December.
The collaboration between EINA and the Liceu also allowed last year's Infographics students to undertake work to reinterpret the poster of the works produced by the opera house in the 2017-2018 season, which was highlighted in the “Behind the Curtain” exhibition that was shown at the EINA Barra de Ferro Arts Centre.
13 December 2018
10 December saw the presentation of the projects produced in the 3rd-year subject of the Bachelor’s Degree in Design Space Design Settings, led by Anna Alcubierre, in collaboration with the Education Department of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya.
The project is the proposed design of a family area in the NATIONAL MUSEUM. The presentation consisted of showing the eight student projects to a Museum committee made up of representatives from different departments. The variety of focuses of the different projects was highlighted, each of which proposed a play area and, in particular, introduced technology, accessibility, sustainability, communication of the museum or catering.
With thanks for the hard work of Teresa González and Sandra Figueras from the Education Department.
11 December 2018
Ñire, creation of a social space using waste, the final Bachelor’s Degree in Design project by Lena Oliveres, has won a special mention on the Bachelor’s Degree at the 20th Final Degree Project Awards held by the Catalan Association of Interior Designers and Decorators (CoDIC).
In the awards, presented on 29 November at the Cosentino Centre in Sant Feliu de Llobregat, the jury highlighted the poetic sensation conveyed by the project and the emotional journey it arouses.
Ñire proposes the creation and construction of a space where the people of Ushuaia (Argentina) meet and congregate around a single element: the oven. The space acts as an example and reference point in terms of construction methods based on waste and offers knowledge of the distribution and application of waste depending on the location and external agents.
20 November 2018
Once again this year, as part of the 3rd Design for Life Conference, devoted this year to functional diversity, prosthesis and cyborgs, a presentation will be given of projects by several design schools, including EINA.
Alumni Ruben Sanchez will be presenting the Final Degree Project Trail Running Prosthesis.
"Trail running has caught the attention of lower-limb amputee sportspeople, a handicap which, far from distancing them from this discipline, has motivated them to take up this new adventure with a prosthesis not designed for it.
This was the main reason for proposing the design of a new prosthesis with the characteristics required by mountain terrain and its users. Tacking the project involved looking at how other products work, introducing new materials and systems from other areas, always under the supervision of professionals from this field.
The end result is a proposed prosthesis based on certain key points that make it suitable for trail running, forming the theory behind the creation of prototypes and ensuring that the design evolves in a practical direction".
Complete text of the Trail Running Prosthesis project
14 November 2018
The final Bachelor’s Degree in Design projects by Lena Oliveres and Anna Vicho, students at EINA, are finalists in the 20th Final Degree Project Awards held by the Catalan Association of Interior Designers and Decorators (CoDIC).
Ñire, creation of a social space using waste, the Final Degree Project by Lena Oliveres, proposes the creation and construction of a space where the people of Ushuaia (Argentina) meet and congregate around a single element: the oven. The space acts as an example and reference point in terms of construction methods based on waste and offers knowledge of the distribution and application of waste depending on the location and external agents.
In the area of how design can help in managing emotions, the final project by Anna Vicho, nineteen. The process of grieving over death, is a travelling light installation that deals with the grieving process over death through a journey centred around the theory of psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. This experiential space shows the various states and feelings and is open both to people who have gone through this process and people who have not.
12 November 2018
Students on the Interior Design of Commercial Spaces course, in the 4th year of the Bachelor’s Degree in Design, led by Iñigo Correa, are taking part in "Christmas Lights Light Up Trade", an initiative of BCD Barcelona Centre de Disseny and Barcelona City Council, aimed at innovating and revitalising traditional local retail trade in the different neighbourhoods of Barcelona as part of the Christmas campaign.
From 22 November, the following projects can be seen in place: COME WELL WELL COME, at Cookiteca (Major de Sarrià, 74), a project by Anna Rebecca Fdz-Checa, Mar Marqués, Paula Robles and Carla Traveria; EP!, at Mota Descans (Major de Sarrià, 73), a project by Paula Caparrós, Elisa Costábal, Carla López, Anna Marcó and Pau Vila; TU I JO, at Brodats Fil a Fil (Major de Sarrià, 5), a project by Eleonora Cappellacci, Aina Facchi, Marc Gómez de Urrutia, Maties Tortosa and Anna Urretavizcaya.
Also taking part are students Sofía Aguilera, Pablo Barangé, Marina Chiva, Gabriela Eskenazi, Laura Ferrer, Inés Martínez, Laura Mendoza, Judit Molins and Helena Pérez.
1 October 2018
“Metrópolis”, the jump created by Anna Milla, student on the EINA Bachelor’s Degree in Design and winner of the Fourth “A Jump for the City” Design Competition, has been officially presented in the foyer of the Zona Universitària Metro station on Wednesday 26 September.
Made in the Reial Club de Polo de Barcelona (RCPB) carpentry workshop, the jump will be part of the course in the 107th edition of the CSIO Barcelona Jumping Nations Cup.
“Metròpolis” reflects the different lines in the city’s Metro system. At the presentation, the designer thanked the RCPB for the opportunity to make a project such as this come true, and admitted that adapting to the technical rules of show jumping was one of the challenges she had to overcome.
For the fourth edition of the “A Jump for the City” Design Competition, which strengthens the bond between the centennial sporting competition and Barcelona, as well as the international promotion of the city, the Barcelona Equestrian Challenge (BECH) chose second-year students on the EINA Bachelor’s Degree in Design, in the subjects of Space Design, coordinated by Judit Colomer and Octavi Rofes, and Mock-ups and Prototypes, under the direction of Ariadna Fàbregas and Amadeu Ventayol.
8 May 2018
The end of April saw a workshop led by Mermelada Estudio, as part of the Properties and Uses of New Materials subject, where the 3rd-year graphic design and visual creation students experimented with materials and manipulations with a methacrylate cube measuring 10 x 10 x 10 cm.
The members of Mermelada Estudio, two of them EINA alumni, introduced the students to the exercise with a presentation of how an existing product can be altered and modified just by making changes to its shell. Based on this methacrylate cube, the students were invited to modify it with deformations, cuts, coverings, the application of additions, applied graphics, paint or any other alteration.
25 April 2018
Last 17 to 22 April saw the presentation, at the Milan Salone Ventura Future, Isolo, of a set of four interactive products designed by students on the EINA Bachelor’s Degree in Design that explore and apply the concept of “privacy”. The projects offer different forms of isolation, respecting users’ habits and recreating atmospheres of intimacy, from the individual to the group.
31 January 2018
- 17, 18 and 20 February
- L'Anònima de Manresa (at the end of carrer de la Dama when coming from carrer Joc de la pilota)
EINA's first year Bachelor’s Degree in Design students will present "Dispersion of light", an installation that can be seen at the heart of Manresa's old quarter, within the framework of the Jardins de Llum festival.
The installation came from the students wondering about the phenomenon of the dispersion of light, so intimately linked to its relationship with water, especially in the formation of the divided chromatic spectrum more commonly known as a rainbow.
The project consists of light modules between one and three meters. The centre cube is the core of the installation and a series of extensions of a diverse nature originate from there.
"Dispersion of light" is a project that has been carried out, through the Art, design, and society subject and through the Colour and volume workshop, supervised by Enric Mas, by the following students: Gerard Arbués, Cesc Benavent, Alba Bras, David Cabezas, Pol Capdevila, Andrea Fernández, Violeta Fischer, Claudia González, Maria Emilia Jarrin, Akira Kamata, Julia López, Álex López , Aura Olivan, Alba Mateu, Claudia Navío, Marta Perarnau, Mireia Ruiz, Arnau Salvadó, Iraida Serlavós, Marta Simó, and Mireia Valls.
30 January 2018
- 16, 17 and 18 February
- Passatge de la Vinyassa (between Carrer Pamplona and Carrer d’Àlaba in Poblenou), Barcelona
The seventh edition of Llum BCN, the urban light festival for the Festes de Santa Eulàlia, features the participation of students on the EINA Bachelor’s Degree in Design and their project: “Fugue”.
As part of the Digital Creation subject, in the 4th year of the Bachelor’s Degree in Design, led by Santi Vilanova, the students have developed “Fugue”, an interactive audiovisual installation offering a look back at the industrial past of the Poblenou neighbourhood and its current – and growing – appropriation of the heritage.
The students taking part are Elisa Alcaide, Laura Andreu, Mireia Banchs, Abel Bueno, Noelia Cabrera, Sonia Casanova, Maria Cejudo, Miriam Duran, Marina Esbrí, Gabriela Eskenazi, Guillem Expósito, Aina Fontich, Delfina Fraschina, Queralt Guinart, Sarai Herrera, Irene Marcuello, Laura Morales, Laura Niubó, Pilar Osorio, Margarita Pérez, Sergio Rodríguez and Mar Senén.
Through a visual musical exercise, based on the formal and conceptual research into visual and sound relationships, it plays with the idea of the musical fugue applied both to sound and image: geometric compositions, repetition, reflection, inversion...
This idea of “fugue” extends to the space, distorting the perception of perspective through the superimposing and repetition of elements that accentuate the fugue point of the very location of the installation, Passatge de la Vinyassa.
The repetition of tulle canvases, which act as video projection screens, allow a play on transparencies and volumetrics to be created. This transparency allows for a dialogue between the real space and the projected image, establishing a relationship between the receptacle (the street) and the content (the image).
The project invites pedestrians to take part in this piece of visual music with the aim of creating a bond between the users and the installation. The aim is for “Fugue” to become an audiovisual instrument that can be played collectively, facilitating interaction not only with the work but between the users themselves.
22 January 2018
The illustration that Maria de Balanzó, an EINA student, submitted as an idea to the La Maleta de Portbou magazine to illustrate one of its articles, The future of work in the capitalism of platforms, has been published in issue 27 of the magazine.
The piece was chosen from among the proposals by students on the Postgraduate Diploma in Creative Illustration and Visual Communication Techniques in a direct commission by the magazine, worked on in Press Illustration Projects, with Sonia Pulido.
© Maria de Balanzó
28 November 2017
Anna Dalmases, Queralt Guinart and Gina Sala, students on the Interior Design of Commercial Spaces subject in the 4th year of the Bachelor's Degree in Design, with Anna Bach, are taking part with their project “Something’s Cooking Here”, in the BCD Barcelona Centre de Disseny initiative, with the support of Barcelona City Council and the collaboration of Eix Sarrià, to revitalise trade on Carrer Major de Sarrià, as part of the Christmas campaign.
The intervention by the EINA students has been at the Cookiteca a cookery workshop-store on Carrer Major de Sarrià, in Barcelona.
This project will see the light on Thursday 30 November at a shop window opening ceremony. Immediately afterwards, there will be a popular vote to identify the most innovative shop window display.
The aim of this action is to innovate in retail shops, and 10 shops and 7 design schools have been invited to create special window displays. The essential idea is that Christmas lights, confined until now to the street, should enter and light up the shop windows and become an essential part of a shop window design project.