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MASTER IN DESIGN?
 
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Elena Stafanac is 27 years old. She travelled to Kolding, Denmark from Toronto, Canada to do her MAster's in Industrial Design at Design School Kolding. Come join us. You can read about appliance here https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/optagelse-kandidat
DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING TV: MODE- OG TEKSTIL DESIGN
 
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BOY ON FIRE: Dope, rebelsk, modigt, oversize og funky er blot nogle af de ord Daniel Christian Broner benytter, når han beskriver sit streetbrand BOY ON FIRE. Daniel er modestuderende på Designskolen Kolding, og han er ikke bange for at være kommerciel.
DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING TV: INDUSTRIELT DESIGN
 
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En lampe, der forlænger din lyst til at sidde længere ved middagsbordet. Eller hvad med et produkt, der kan forbedre din livskvalitet? Især sidstnævnte er noget, der ligger Sara Brixens hjerte meget nært, når hun går til en opgave. For hende handler design nemlig om at gøre livet bedre for mennesker. Sara studerer industrielt design på Designskolen Kolding, og hun opfordrer til, at man søger ind - også selvom man er usikker.
Tour of Design School Kolding 2012
 
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Pauline Richard and Christian Duus give a tour of the school.
DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING TV: KOMMUNIKATIONSDESIGN
 
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TÆNKER DU PÅ, HVAD EN KOMMUNIKATIONSDESIGNER EGENTLIG LAVER? Og hvordan livet i Kolding er? Martha Marie Fink​ fortæller om livet indefra på Designskolen Kolding. Søge ind? Det gør du lige her http://www.optagelse.dk/ Der er ansøgningsfrist 15. marts på bachelordelen og 1. maj på kandidat. DEL GERNE!
DESIGNERE DU SKAL HOLDE ØJE MED I 2017: Yukiko Izumi
 
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Nordisk stiludtryk med et japansk twist. Se hvordan designer Yukiko Izumi har brugt en traditionel japansk teknik, kumiko, i skabelsen af de smukke trædekorationer fra hendes afgangsprojekt. Se Yukikos afgangsprojekt her: https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/case/julestemning-paa-japansk?field_line_of_study_tid=All&combine=yukiko
DESIGNERE DU SKAL HOLDE ØJE MED I 2017: Anna Sofie Værebro
 
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Tekstildesigner Anna Sofie Værebro har en kunstnerisk tilgang til sine projekter. Blandt andet anvender hun altid storytelling, som hun mener skaber en større emotionel værdi til produktet. Hør hvordan hun har brugt storytelling i sit afgangsprojekt, hvor hun designede et kommercielt produkt for Oh! By Kopenhagen Fur. Se Anna Sofies afgangsprojekt her: https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/case/certificeret-overtoej?field_line_of_study_tid=All&combine=&page=1
CLASS OF 2018 - FASHION DESIGN
 
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https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/fashion-textiles
BEYOND ICONS - ÅBNING PÅ KOLDINGHUS
 
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Udstillingstitel: BEYOND ICONS Nye perspektiver på design Sted: Museet på Koldinghus Vises i anledning af Designskolen Koldings 50 års jubilæum Åbner 1. juni 2017 og vises i Ruinsalen på Koldinghus fra 2. juni 2017 – 22. oktober 2017.
CLASS OF 2018 - INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
 
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https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/industrielt-design
Designer: Frederik Ingvorsen
 
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A FASHION SALUTE TO FAILURE Inspired by the shabby look you have when you tip-toe home in the early morning hours after a wild night on the town, Frederik Ingvorsen wants to basically challenge the correct, close fitting business look that characterises traditional men's clothing. Torn suits, the lining spilling out of the pockets, red wine stains and suspicious creases give the collection a shameful yet ultra-elegant appearance where the designer usurps the power to go against his own as well as others' expectations. #designforplay #menswear #provo
DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING TV: ACCESSORY DESIGN
 
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DESIGNERDRØMME? NU ER DET BLEVET MERE ENKELT AT SØGE IND PÅ DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING. M Cecilie Lindhardt Fabricius studerer accessory design. Selv er hun vild med sko, men accessory er meget mere end det, fortæller Cecilie.
CUMULUS KOLDING 2017 KEY NOTE TUULI MATTELMäKI
 
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Tuuli Mattelmäki is a Associate Professor at Aalto University Department of Design. She specialises in product and service systems. Her starting point for research is in empathic design and explorative methods in user-centred design, design probes in particular. Her research concerns creative co-design methods in design for services, as well as the new application contexts of designerly approaches. TALK In design, we seek novel points of view. We are sensitive to details and make sense of the whole, and, often through various practical means, we explore how they are, or might be, in relation with each other. The methods that were developed in and for design, and that we teach, offer a useful repertoire for approaching novel design challenges and societal concerns. This talk addresses empathic and co-creative practices where changing perspectives is the key to make a difference. Illustrated with examples from recent student and research projects with societal impact, it focuses on individuals and systems and the connections between the two. (Photo credits: Aalto University, Terhi Korhonen)
Everyone plays a part - safe medication administration
 
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A collaboration between Aalborg Municipality and Design School Kolding with an aim to decrease the number of unintended occurrences in Aalborg Municipality
MØD LOUIS FRA DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING
 
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Louis studerer Kommunikationsdesign på Designskolen Kolding. Her giver han gode råd til, hvad du skal gøre, når du søger ind.
CLASS OF 2018 - COMMUNICATION DESIGN
 
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https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/communication-design
REDO CUMULUS CONFERENCE 2017 - PETER BARKER
 
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Head of Industrial Design and Education at Design School Kolding, Peter Barker, answers what he would re-design in the world and on himself.
DESIGNERE DU SKAL HOLDE ØJE MED I 2017: Mette Mørch
 
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”Som designer er man ikke ekspert i deres hverdag, det er de”. Mette Mørch, integrationsdesigner med fokus på social inklusion, fortæller, hvorfor det er så vigtigt at forstå dem, man designer til, og hvordan hun anvender brugerinddragelse i sine designløsninger. Læs mere på www.mettemorch.dk eller kontakt Mette på [email protected] Se Mettes afgangsprojekt her: https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/case/hvordan-dyrker-vi-god-kultur-i-klasserummet?field_line_of_study_tid=All&combine=&page=2
Designer: Elena Stefanac
 
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INDUSTRY 4.0 x ANKLE PROTECTION Mass customization is a dominant trend in footwear for athletes, but so far the focus has been on style and fit. With her project Elena Stefanac wants to enable sportspersons to design individualised products that, apart from appearance, take improved performance and prevention of injury to the wearer into account. By combining 3D printing with textile design, athletes will now be able to have a personal, flexible ankle guard and thus take a proactive stance in terms of avoiding injury. #designforplanet #customized #3Dprinted #anklesupport #sportswear
CLASS OF 2018 - TEXTILE DESIGN
 
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https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/fashion-textiles
KASSEBON SKAL FORHINDRE MADSPILD
 
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TV SYD kiggede forbi Designskolen Kolding, da designstuderende fra hele verden præsenterede i alt 13 bæredygtige løsninger som afslutning på den årligt tilbagevendende Design Camp.
DesignCamp2018: PLAY - The Design Way
 
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Q & A: Jeppe Møller Thastum, Danske Bank By Design School Kolding
DESIGNERE DU SKAL HOLDE ØJE MED I 2017: Helena Levison
 
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Glade brugere = tilbagevendende kunder. Oplev User Experience designer Helena Levison fortælle om UX (brugeroplevelse), og hvordan det begreb kan skabe værdi for din virksomhed. Læs mere på www.cphux.com eller kontakt Helena på [email protected] Se Helenas afgangsprojekt her: https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/case/hvordan-kan-man-designe-et-community-designere?field_line_of_study_tid=All&combine=&page=2
DESIGNERE DU SKAL HOLDE ØJE MED I 2017: Rikke Røhl
 
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Hvad nu hvis man kunne lave en binding til surfboards med fleksible justeringer, som giver en bedre pasform? Det er lige netop det industriel designer Rikke Røhl har lavet i samarbejde med Cabrinha. Se hendes præsentationsvideo af designet her. Læs mere på www.rikke-roehl.com eller kontakt Rikke på [email protected] Se Rikkes afgangsprojekt her: https://www.designskolenkolding.dk/en/case/den-bedste-binding-til-braendingen?field_line_of_study_tid=All&combine=&page=3
MØD LAURA FRA DESIGNSKOLEN KOLDING
 
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Laura studerer industrielt design på Designskolen Kolding på 2. semester. Her giver hun tips til at søge ind.
REDO CUMULUS CONFERENCE 2017 - MARGRETHE VESTAGER
 
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Margrethe Vestager is a Danish politician, who is currently serving as the European Commissioner for Competition. She served as a Member of Parliament (Folketing) from 20 November 2001 until 2 September 2014, representing the Danish Social Liberal Party (Radikale Venstre). She was the political leader of her party from 2007 to 2014, and served as Minister of Economic Affairs and the Interior from 2011 to 2014.
Designer: Kirstine Dahl Hammershøj
 
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AESTHETICS AND SUSTAINABILITY GO HAND IN HAND Printing on clothes is expensive and has a negative impact on the environment. In close collaboration with Danish fashion brand Baum und Pferdgarten, textile designer Kirstine Dahl Hammershøj has created a new, digital print technique, which is cheap and reduces the use of water and colours. Inspired by old black and white photography, she has created a series of textile samples, which shows that aesthetics and sustainability indeed go hand in hand.
Designer: Ingeborg Munk Toft
 
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SCIENCE GAMES It is hard to motivate school children to be interested in science − despite the fact that society will need many more engineers and scientists in the future. Therefore, game designer Ingeborg Munk Toft has created a generic board game concept targeting grades 7 to 9, where students play engaging scenarios about space travel, climate change and human survival. The game is also a tool for teachers who want to engage in motivational teaching without exceeding their preparation time.
Mikkel Kortsen-Sørensen
 
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Communication Designer; Designskolen Kolding
CUMULUS KOLDING 2017 KEY NOTE BO STJERNE THOMSEN
 
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Bo Stjerne Thomsen is the Head of the Centre for Creativity, Play and Learning at the LEGO Foundation with the aim of supporting the long-term impact of learning through play on children’s creativity, engagement and lifelong learning. Bo Stjerne is part of the LEGO Foundation Leadership Team and responsible for the Foundation’s research and innovation agenda supporting research partnerships, centers and labs in places like USA, China, Denmark, Bangladesh, Italy and UK. Bo Stjerne has published international reports on the ‘Future of Learning’, ‘Cultures of Creativity’ and ‘Global Research and Innovation Networks’ (http://www.legofoundation.com/da-dk/research-and-learning/foundation-research) to understand play and learning from across disciplines like psychology, technology, education and neuroscience to support creative communities. Originally an architect and designer by training with projects in USA, Mexico, China and Denmark; a PhD in Performative Learning Environments and visiting scholar at the MIT Media Lab in Boston. TALK How do we design for a future that involves a rapid shift in the future of jobs with the influence of emerging technologies and cultural change? Designing for play not only includes the ability to design the environments and systems around us, but also embodies a playful and iterative approach to how we learn and create our own lives. We need a different mindset and new language of playing and designing, which can revitalize all of our work, communities, business and life. When pursuing these questions, children are amazing role models.
Designer: Maja Lindenau
 
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PLAYING WITH YOUR FOOD IS ALLOWED We humans experience a meal differently. Some are picky; others view the food as fuel; many add a social significance to the meal, while some attach no specific meaning at all to the meal. Maja Christina Lindenau has created a supplement to our traditional way of eating. Focusing on play and curiosity, she has designed a line of objects meant to replace the plate, the knife and the fork in order to make the meal a sensuous experience. Her aspiration is that we change our behaviour during the meal and remain motivated and curious while we eat.
ANNE LOUISE GRØNNEBÆK HANSEN
 
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Anne Louise Grønnebæk Hansen er Lead Designer hos Designit og ekspert i strategisk design.
CUMULUS KOLDING 2017 KEY NOTE MATHILDA THAM
 
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Mathilda Tham’s work sits in a creative, positive and activist space between design, futures studies and sustainability. Her work is informed by the notion of metadesign, design that supports complex collaborations and design for change. Mathilda Tham is Professor in Design at Linnaeus University, Sweden, where she leads the development of a new research platform, Curious Design Change. TALK How can designers free design? The sustainability imperative requires that we REDO the products, systems and paradigms we are part of. Yet, our entangled habits and fear can stop us from engaging in profound processes of change. In this talk, I will creatively and critically explore the man-madeness of the systems we live by, and design’s agile dance with them. I will draw on experiences from education, research and play to discuss both the promise and responsibility of freeing design.
Designer: Jakob Bladt
 
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POWER IN THE PEDALS C61 is a collection of performance bicycles designed to accommodate the infrastructural changes facing large cities across Europe. The collection includes a TT triathlon bicycle, a GT commuter version and a performance GT compact bicycle. All the bicycles are aerodynamic lightweight bikes and useful both as professional exercise bicycles and as means of transportation in major cities. Jakob Bladt’s collection combines a concern for health and the environment in a design that can help transform our cities as we know them.
Lili Uyen Thuy Pham
 
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Modedesigner, Designskolen Kolding
Designer: Lili Uyen Thuy Pham
 
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FROM EVERY-DAY OBJECT TO LUXURY Second-hand clothes are the basis of Lili Uyen Thuy Pham's collection. She has wanted to use her background as a designer to shape and upcycle second-hand clothes, so they suddenly acquire a whole new value. Each garment in the final collection consists of fragments of clothes from the clothing store H&M combined with new materials. All items have been salvaged from thrift shops, and by adding the detailed craftsmanship of haute couture as draping and various kinds of print and embroidery, a surprising, novel and luxurious expression emerges.
Sustainable Design Cards
 
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The purpose of the learning tool is to break down the complexity of sustainability for novice and trained designers and other relevant actors in support of sustainable development and innovation.
KOPENHAGEN FUR - Maintenance
 
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Take care of your fur - avoid humidity, plastic bags and direct sunlight. Thomas Andersen.
Designer: Phillip Jensen
 
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MEANINGFUL STORIES Social media is a fast-paced environment with new shows, algorithms and initiatives on Snapchat, Facebook and YouTube. The Internet is awash in cat videos, silly memes and stories without content. All this is changing our way of communicating with each other. But even though it's hectic, there still is a need for authentic and meaningful stories. Philip Jensen has developed a premise that investigates how individuals as well as the news media can communicate both authenticity and meaning.
Designer: Anna Borgonovo
 
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CREATIVITY IS THE FUTURE According to the World Economic Forum the ability to create smart ideas and solutions is going to be one of the most important skills in the future labour market since the majority of routine jobs will be replaced by machines. More than ever before children will need to learn to be creative. Hence Italian-born Anna Maria Borgonovo has generated a comprehensive body of documentation for the artists’ book archive Ópla in order to create more publicity around recognized artists’ books targeted to children. #designforpeople #learningbyplaying #learningbydoing #ópla #children
Designer: Katalin Horváth
 
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CLOTHING THAT DOES NOT COMPROMISE Katalin Horváth has created an uncompromising, light collection that combines minimalism with rugged and raw elements. With the paper collage as a starting point, she has designed a line of garments that is functional, aesthetic and minimalistic without lining and folds; a collection that requires sustainability without compromising on the feminine and elegant clothing.
CUMULUS KOLDING 2017 KEY NOTE EZIO MANZINI
 
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He is Honorary Professor at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. His interests focus on social innovation and in particular on design for social innovation. He started DESIS: an international network of schools of design specifically active in the field of design for social innovation and sustainability (http://www.desis-network.org). TALK Stand Up for Democracy is an international initiative motivated by the concern for the attack to democracy we are witnessing in several countries in the world. Its first aim is to be a strong political statement of the Design Community against these on-going highly concerning trends. But, facing this crisis, Stand Up for Democracy presents also a constructive side: it aims to create and multiply arenas of conversations and experimentations on how to conceive, develop and connect new possibilities for democracy. This initiative has been started in March 2017 by an Open Letter sent by Ezio Manzini and Victor Margolin to the Design Community. Now it is autonomously moving on and spreading internationally.
Åbent Hus 2019
 
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Kom til Åbent Hus på Designskolen Kolding 30. januar kl. 10-17.
Designer: Signe Lemche
 
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A WORKOUT FOR THE BODY Many indoor adult environments are static. For decades, sedentary jobs – sitting quietly on a chair – have been a symbol of power and hierarchy, as opposed to physical work. Through furniture designs that challenge the adult body in terms of balance and coordination, Signe Lindberg Lemche has created an ergonomic and aesthetic line of furniture in motion that defies the perception of what one can and cannot do in the professional sphere. The furniture is designed in adult materials: Leather, wood and steel.
Design School Kolding MA Programme
 
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Design for People, Planet, Play
CUMULUS KOLDING 2017 KEY NOTE KIGGE HVIID
 
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Founding CEO of INDEX: Design to Improve Life – a Danish non-profit with global reach. The organization works with design as a crucial element in any sustainable solution to global chal­lenges, through its extensive award, education and investment programmes. TALK Design as a crucial element in solving global challenges Over the course of the past 15 years, the global design communities have moved from being primarily focused on product design and aesthetic to understanding the crucial role design plays in the development of any tangible or intangible sustainable solution to global challenges. Through examples, data and trend analysis, the lecture will focus on clarifying the present and future role of design, design education and investment in design that will ensure environmental, social and economic prosperity.