As always, the graduate projects from Design Academy Eindhoven had quite an impressive showing this year with everything from material explorations to animal habitats and repurposed tooling machinery. Check out our quick snapshot of some of our favorite student work from this year's presentation.
Design Academy Eindhoven
curated by Ilse Crawford
26, Via Fruili, Milano
Massoud Hassani, "Mine Kafon" a wind powered anti-landmine ball Roel de Boer, "Mouse Ates," suspended mouse habitat Amba Molly, "Mitose" system of moulds based on human cell division Maurizio Montalti, "New ways to embrace the cycle of life and death" plastic degeneration Michelle Baggerman, "Precious Waste" new material from plastic bags Lenneke Langenhuijsen, "from an ancient craft to a new flexible fabric" wooden textile inspired by Togan craft Eveline Visser, "Bird City" Dirk van der Kooij "Endless" a new software for a Chinese modeling machine to create 3D rapid prototypes like above and below Florike Martens, "Bicycle Stove" Kyra van Ineveld, "The Wiki Truth" bound books Jeroen Bomers, "Shelter" emergency pop-up shelter constructed (above) and boxed (below) Coen Voordouw, COOLS Ho Nap Chan and Chin Pong Leung (MIRO), "Undefined Platforms" an exploration of language as an inspiration for design