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2019

Forecast Casting Project 2019

Sustainability is a constant concern of our society, especially when it comes to resources and energy. We are used to seeing production/products where the resources or energy used go to waste, also known as linear systems. It is evident that these linear systems are unsustainable for future production, and as designers, we have been working…

2019

Off the Grid 2019

An exploration of what it means to live off the grid. The initial brief from IKEA was to build on their idea of democratising design – improving everyday life for the many people – with a focus on sustainable life. Whether by choice or circumstance, a life where people can be independent from existing systems…

2018

Cyclic Food Chain Project 2018

Earth Overshoot Day 2018 for Sweden passed on 28 March – that is, the date when we in this country have exhausted nature’s budget for the year. This year will also probably be the hottest year since weather statistics began. In other words, we are facing huge challenges in terms of global climate changes. Food…

2018

Via Palermo 1

In VIA PALERMO 1, we are again showing new ways of refrigeration, totally new music instruments, fresh toilet innovations, dark lighting, sheet metal thunder, Indonesian coconut research, concepts for Tretorn and other disruptions. During their first two semesters, our first year MA students have pursued a number of different directions:

2017

Now/Then

The effects of climate change became even more clear in 2016: global surface temperature records were shattered and the least amount of arctic sea ice was recorded. Humans have become the dominant force that are shaping the planet. As the population grows closer to eight billion by 2025, consumption without consideration of planetary resources demands…

2017

Spektrum

SPEKTRUM is a selection of light concepts, developed in two separate second semester MA courses with distinctive approaches: Living & Behaviour LIGHT project, co-supervised by Guest Professor Stefan Diez / DIEZ OFFICE and Leif Huff / IDEO Spring 2017 & Form & Technology LED project Spring 2016

2016

Analogue Ways

The gap between human and nature has never been bigger. Our way of living is based on linear systems of unsustainable global resource flows and non-renewable toxic energy sources. These processes are so embedded in our cultural model that they are hard to see and change. We are eagerly anticipating new technologies to solve our…

2016

Degree Exhibition 2016

We are students at Lund university school of industrial design. This spring we exhibit degree projects from the BA and MA programme. This is the culmination of our educations and we want share this experience with you on the 3/6/2016! Exhibition hall, A-house Sölvegatan 24, Lund Vernissage 3/6 from 19.00 Exhibition opening hours 4/6–6/6 12:00–16:00 7/6 10:00–13:00

2016

In Our Office

In Our Office offers a habitat for young creatives pursuing their own dreams and convictions beyond the beaten track of corporate constraints. An exploration by first year MA students from Lund University, School of Industrial Design. Supervised by guest professor Stefan Diez, in collaboration with Rolf Hay, co- founder of HAY.

2014

Carve or Starve

Innovation is not always what you think it is. We welcome you to our project that aims to engage in a debate about hand-made food and tools. The “industrial way” of organizing our food production, transforming the landscapes into large monocultures, using chemical fertilizers, pesticides and fossil fuel based farming equipment, is extremely harmful to…