IAAD presents Top Graduated for the academic year 2018-2019

 

 

Elisabetta Arcaroli
Academic Diploma in “Textile & Fashion design”

Elisabetta’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with “Le Globazine“, a company that creates unique tailoring pieces with fabrics inspired by the different destinations suggested by the travel blog “Globazine Touch“. The lightness of linen and the warm yellow of brooms, combined with beautiful buttons, give life to “Vico G. co“. An adventure in a dimension full of feelings, where magic and storytelling find their roots in history, culture, and popular tradition.

 

 

Francesco Arnulfo

Academic Diploma in “Product design”

Francesco’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with “THOK E-Bikes“, a company specialized in the production of electric MTBs. The project involves the creation of an e-bike. MIG-T provides an innovative vision of bicycle, designed to best adapt to city life and equipped with components that make it versatile and adaptable to the needs of the user. Equipped with integrated electric motor technology, it exploits the potential of this system for a rewarding and performing driving experience.

 

 

Olivia Beccani

Academic Diploma in “Interior design”

Olivia’s thesis project was developed in collaboration with Dear Design Around, a non-profit organization that deals with the humanization of spaces and environments in hospitals through projects that range in the field of creative disciplines. “Ad-mirabilia” is a project through which 40 young patients of the Regina Margherita hospital have been able to understand the many roles they can play in society. A cost-free installation with a scent of fir wood and bright colors: a combination of analog and digital in perfect harmony through the use of 3D printing and animations. The entire project was realized through an exhibition open to the public during the ‘Salone OFF‘ of the last edition of the Turin International Book Fair.

 

 

Chiara Briganti

Academic Diploma in “Communication design”

Chiara’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with Wher, the first app where a community of women reviews the streets of cities and recommends the best and safest route. The project, entitled The Wherrior Starter Kit, is aimed at those students who live away from home and has the strategic objective of brand awareness through an integrated communication plan divided into four phases.

 

 

Lorenzo Carpignano

Academic Diploma in “Product design”

Lorenzo’s thesis was developed in collaboration with Oikoi, a company specialized in the production of lighting systems. The project involves the creation of a lamp that aims to enter the contract market of “Glamping“, a new trend that combines the services of a classic hotel with the beauty of camping and outdoor living. Dora is a lamp capable of adapting to different uses, combining elements common to climbing and camping – such as carabiners and ropes – and the preciousness given by the printed glass diffuser. 

 

 

Diletta Causin

Academic Diploma in “Product design”

Diletta’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with Studio Adriano Architetti Associati and involves the creation of a prefabricated housing module. The project started with a phase of market research on different types of areas, with the aim of understanding what were the best technologies, the needs of the market and the needs of the user. The result is a product able to adapt to the customer’s needs with different and personalized configurations, acting as a ‘modular’ space able to adapt to both the location and the energy resources available on the territory.

 

 

Marco Da Re

Academic Diploma in “Digital Communication design”

Marco’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with Nesta Italia, Istituto di Candiolo, IRCCS, and IFOMIstituto FIRC di Oncologia Molecolare. “Bees” is a collaborative design project for cancer prevention. In the golden age of healthcare technology where design is considered a problem solver, Bees is a tool with a dual function: on the one hand it is informative/narrative and on the other it is a “telemedicine” tool for healthy people that uses contemporary technologies and communication strategies to induce individuals and communities to voluntarily adopt healthier behaviors and habits.

 

 

Vassiliki Deij

Academic Diploma in “Digital Communication design”

Vassi’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with the social enterprise Altrimodi Srl. The project aims to narrate the processes of integration within the world of work in a social context in which the perception of the migration phenomenon is mostly distorted. The result is “Di visi condivisi”, a collection of interviews, experiences and “work stories”. The main goal is that of showing and communicating the meanings and processes of integration by immigrants within the world of work through a content strategy able to involve a young target.

 

 

Riccardo Fabro

Academic Diploma in “Digital Communication design”

Riccardo’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with Reebok. Awareness of climate change has become a widespread issue. It is in this scenario that Reebok decides to launch on the European market its first model of sneakers made entirely of biodegradable material: cotton and corn. According to the latest market data and university research on how to effectively approach the topic of green and organic, Riccardo has developed an integrated and multimedia communication strategy, characterized by content that combines the tone of voice of Reebok to the educational factor.

 

 

Elisa Fuliano

Academic Diploma in “Digital Communication design”

Elisa’s thesis was developed in collaboration with Ferrino, a leading company in the field of clothing and equipment for outdoor living and camping. The work consisted of redesigning the User Experience and User Interface of the brand’s website in a mobile version. The first part of the project involved the analysis carried out through questionnaires and interviews. The implementation phase required the use of the Sketch software for the UI and InVision for the prototyping phase. The project is focused on User-Centered Design: thanks to the accurate analysis of the target, it was possible to design and build the new mobile site based on the real needs of users.

 

 

Luca Giorgetti

Academic Diploma in “Transportation design”

Luca’s thesis is the result of a collaboration with Italdesign. The project starts from a quote by Le Corbusier “A house is a machine for living in“, analyzing the theme of independent driving in all its facets: from time optimization to the discussion of driving pleasure in relation to safety. The result is “Asso di Cuori“, a car capable of answering these questions by analyzing the company’s roots and reworking the distinctive elements of the Asso Series designed by the Moncalieri-based company.

 

 

Veronica Madan

Academic Diploma in “Digital Communication design”

Veronica’s thesis was developed in collaboration with The Connective, a Turin-based digital company. The Bézier software tool allows online shoppers to choose the perfect size of garment without trying it on or making countless returns. The app goes a step beyond the present ‘passive’ online purchase, resulting in a more deliberate and precise shopping experience based on size recommendations derived from highly accurate body scan measurements made by the camera of your smartphone.

 

 

Veronica Mancini

Academic Diploma in “Textile & Fashion design”