Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sophomore Seating

The BsID first-semester Sophomores (Design 3 Studio) recently completed the final critique of their first full-size seating project. Each student created a seating solution in the form of a 100%-scale functional stool. The design of each stool was driven by … Continue reading

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The Boy With The Lego Hand

PhilaU ID graduate Coby Unger (BsID ‘14), now an Artist in Residence at 3-D design software maker Autodesk, collaborated with students from KIDmob’s Superhero Cyborg Camp to design a new take on children’s prosthetics. The project was featured this month … Continue reading

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Grad Students Collaborate with Johnson & Johnson

PhilaU MsID students, MBA business students and members of the Engineering Club are working together on a sponsored project with Johnson & Johnson.  Johnson & Johnson is a leading innovator and manufacturer of consumer health care products. This is the … Continue reading

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Knoll Product Development Opened to Grad Students

PhilaU MsID students were recently invited to tour the factory, product development lab and museum at Knoll, one of the world’s premiere furniture manufacturers.  Knoll is known for producing timeless and high quality office furniture created by leading designers.       … Continue reading

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Ready To Kick

This semester, students from both the Köln International School of Design (Germany) and the University of Lincoln (UK) are working with the third-year PhilaU ID students on the “Ready To Kick” Project. The purpose of this collaboration is to engage … Continue reading

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International Opportunities Abound

International study is a key part of  the PhilaU ID Program. From Milan to Cologne to Hong Kong, our students are gaining an understanding of industrial design from a global perspective. Recently, BsID student Ian Cooke and MsID students Aakriti … Continue reading

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