Through a speculative design approach, 75 MA students turned their design practice inside out to engage with the social context challenging the boundaries of where technology meets human needs.
Master Talent Arts&Crafts – Slow Fashion and the Craft of Clothing
How can fashion designers expand their knowledge and skills in traditional handicraft techniques and use these as a means to sustain the concepts of slow fashion and emotional sustainability?
Concept, developed by Design School Kolding students, motivates international students to learn Danish through cookling events and social cross-cultural encounters.
Implementation of design projects from DesignCamp2017
We mature selected projects and test prototypes in the right context. Through user involving workshops and happenings we test the relevance of the concepts and their level of sustainability.
DesignCamp2017 - Sustainable Action & Entrepreneurship
Since 2009 DesignCamp is an annual cross-cultural event at Design School Kolding. An event that gathers Danish and international students, private companies, public institutions, designers, researchers and others with an interest in design in addressing global challenges and solving common problems.
Design for Change
Design for Change examines how clothing and fashion as phenomena can be transformed by considering the use phase during the design process. Focus is on how to involve the user as an active participant in the transition to more sustainable behaviours.
VIGGA - Sustainable Clothing for Babies
VIGGA is a new business concept that offers a baby clothing subscription service, promoting sustainability through shared economy.
The Electric Car Travelling Squad
In 2013 Copenhagen Electric, the Capital Region’s Electric Vehicle Administration, called for bids to assist municipalities in the region to acquire more electric cars.