21 interaction design students explore the relationship between people, society and technology.
The Danish Design School and Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design celebrate and showcase the work of Interaction Design Pilot Year students that came from ten different countries to study on this collaborative and intensive programme.
The pilot year students have come up with an array of projects that demonstrate the multidisciplinary and questioning nature of Interaction Design and Service Design. Through a people-centred approach and taking cues from social and environmental sustainability, audio, information visualisation, and the influence of technology - the twenty-one students have devised visionary working prototypes and produced video scenarios as their final projects.
From systems for the integration of climate refugees, to specially designed windows that question the notion of curiosity; from wearable technology, to a series of devices that can enable new interactions with light & sound - these projects consider new technology, concepts and working prototypes that address social, cultural and business issues.
As well as the final projects, at ‘From Adam to Yves’, there will be a chance to see videos and documentation of other workshops from the pilot year including industry-facing projects with Nokia, Novo Nordisk, Intel and DSB.
1260 København K
Opening August 27th (3-6pm)
Opening Hours: August 28th-September 6th (11am-5pm)
The Interaction Design Pilot Year
The Interaction Design Pilot Year is a collaborative initiative between The Danish Design School and Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. Our aim is for students, faculty and staff to work together in a multi-cultural, multidisciplinary studio environment to co-create a new kind of education that is relevant for academia and industry. For more information about the Interaction Design Pilot Year please visit the website: www.ciid.dkds.dk.