10 May 2021
For the fifth year in a row, the Istituto Europeo di Design confirms its partnership with Progold, with students from the third year of the Undergraduate Programme in Jewellery Design being involved in the 5th Progold Design Contest, the international competition promoted by the Vicenza-based manufacturer pioneering 3D printing in precious metals.
Competing with students from the jewellery schools of Kostroma State University and Escuela Joyeria de Córdoba, the young designers from IED Torino were challenged to design a precious moving mesh texture to be made using the Service SLM (Selective Laser Melting) technique. Under the mentorship of supervisor Daniela Bulgarelli and lecturer Gabriele Orsi, each of the nineteen students was required to design a metal mesh. They had to develop a 3D digital model essential to the laser fusion of layers of powder, which is typical of this technique and makes it possible to create seamless, lightweight and shape-free pieces of jewellery in gold, platinum and titanium.
IED students again this year won both first prizes in this contest.
With Reptile, a model inspired by the sinuosity of snakes that features an arrow pattern both as a decorative and functional element to enhance the jewel's swing with a one-way swivel, Jacopo Melis succeeded in impressing the Progold Technical Jury and won the Progold Design Best Award 2021, as well as a cash reward and the project's gold prototype.
The online vote, however, has Clara Massari as the frontrunner: with her metal knitting Mesh, a playful interpretation of irregular shapes that can be composed and reassembled without any sealing, she wins the Audience Best Design Award 2021, along with the titanium prototype of her project.
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The recruiting event dedicated to Moonstone designers, the new graduates of the Master in Transportation Design
IED presents the new concept created by the students of the Master Course in Transportation Design in partnership with Mitsubishi Motors. Save the date: 28th March 2023.
From 16 January to 13 February, Nuvola Lavazza in Turin will host an exhibition of the coffee harvesters of the future, created by the eighteen students of the Master in Transportation Design IED Turin.
The two-year course in Transdisciplinary Design will take place in Turin and will investigate new ways of conceiving and realising the relationship between design and society
We are ready to kick off the first edition of the Master of Arts in Transdisciplinary Design. The course will take place in Turin and will combine the topics of Mobility of the future and Cities in Flux.
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10 scholarships to promote the talent of young creatives.
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IED and Accademia Galli present the Open Days dedicated to the Undergraduates and Post-Diploma courses of Milan, Cagliari, Florence, Rome, Turin and Accademia Galli in Como.
Istituto Europeo di Design presents the new concept vehicle designed by the students of the Master in Transportation Design in collaboration with Suzuki.
The student of the Undergraduate Course in Transportation Design at IED Torino was announced as the winner of the international contest launched by the historic Spanish car brand.
Students of the Fashion Design course at IED Torino used the lockdown as an opportunity to experiment with a new expressive language that goes beyond traditional paradigms.
Suzuki, Honda and Azimut deliver the brief to the students.
On the occasion of the Geneva Motorshow - for the first time ever- IED presented a prototype with the interiors
IED and the University of Liverpool (UoL) in UK, the Hochschule Anhalt/DIA at the Bauhaus in Dessau/Germany, and MVADV in Rotterdam/Netherlands launched a Transdisciplinary Design Network to initiate and spearhead a leading-edge debate on emerging models of transdisciplinarity with the aim of exploring cross-sector impact pathways.