Sketching China

ECAL exhibitions
SKETCHING CHINA
Product Design Master

December 13, 2014 – Réunion, Zurich
Isch Mir Ecal / Made in China

2nd Exhibition of sketches and photography by Master Product Design students, made during a study trip to China and Hong Kong in February 2014

The gallery exhibited sketches made by our master class on our trip to China, with photos taken during the trip by Philippe Fragniere and also some remnants taken from our factory tours.

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Scott Bicycle x ECAL Process Photos

In 2014 ECAL’s Master of Product Design class teamed up with Scott to develop a commuter bicycle.

Here are a few process photos for our group’s development.
Our team was comprised of Thomas Burns, Kasia Kempa, and Lucas Frank.

This project was led by Philippe Albert Lefebvre and assisted by Stephane Halmai-Voisard.

ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank

Here we are visiting Scott HQ, learning about bicycles.
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ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank

ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank

ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank
Ladies version

ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank
Presenting to Scott Bicycles

ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank

ECAL x SCOTT - T Burns K Kempa L Frank

Together / Apart

In 2014, as a one day workshop led by Bethan Wood and Tomas Alonso, Roosa Ryhänen and I made this bench.  Our brief was to create a seating for two which would encourage some type of interaction.

 

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Assemblage, 2014

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Nathalie Du Pasquier Lecture

 

Following our workshop, on Nov 27th, 2013 Nathalie Du Pasquier gave a lecture at ECAL.  She spoke about her pattern development, her time as part of the Memphis Group, and also about her paintings.  She said she only paints up to a certain size, because that’s the biggest that will fit in her car.  Very practical, very relate-able.

Studies

2 Hour Phone Study, 2011

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