Apparel design freshmen in ADES 2221 were recently assigned an unusual project: design an outfit for a College of Design faculty member. “This class is an apparel design student’s very first exposure to apparel design research and the design process,” explained Teaching Specialist Lindsey Strange. “I wanted to challenge them to design for someone different from themselves, for someone they […]Read more
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[Update: June 28, 2013]Our students need your help today. Big decisions are being made about their future right now. Our budget year ends on Sunday and I’m working hard with staff around the college to secure funding for our most important student projects, like the Design Duluth studio. We’re close, but we need your help to meet our goal of raising $2,000 to offset research costs that normally fall to students. Will you support Design for Minnesota?You’ve heard from Tom and Trevor about the vital work our students are doing to promote a more resilient and sustainable Minnesota. I know you care about our students and I know you stand with us. Your past support has helped us get this far. Will you…Read more
[Update: December 14, 2012] Students in an interdisciplinary landscape architecture and architecture graduate studio presented their final projects at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth, MN on Wednesday, December 12.More photos from DuluthDuluth Mayor Don Ness was in attendance, along with city planners, port authority workers, and design professionals from around the region. Over 100 people stopped by to see the projects during the two-hour event.The Duluth News Tribune featured the graduate studio on their front page Thursday morning, and Fox News will broadcast a story about the student presentations later next week.[Update: November 29, 2012] Architecture and landscape architecture students in the Interdisciplinary Duluth studio project will give their final presentations in Rapson Hall in Minneapolis on Monday, December 10,…Read more
Graduate students in the Arch 8255 Urban Design studio led by Professor Ignacio San Martin traveled to San Francisco in October to visit the new Medical Campus at Mission Bay being constructed by the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. Associate Director for Facilities Sandra Beck met with students throughout a two hour presentation that included visiting the new laboratories, residential units for new Faculty and Post-doctoral research fellows and recreational facilities. The Mission Bay site was previously the location of an abandoned large Southern Pacific rail yard that has been completely transformed into a bustling new biotechnology hub. The trip also included a visit to the extensive bioremediation installation work at Crissy Field designed by the landscape…Read more
Lucy Dunne‘s (Apparel Design) Studio III third-year students have finished a project in collaboration with WSI Sports, a local sportswear manufacturer. The student-designed performance base layers have been manufactured by the company and are being sold at BEWI Ski and Snowboard Expos around the country for the next few months.
WSI Sports produced a fashion show featuring garments designed by Lucy Dunne‘s (Apparel Design) Studio III third-year students.
WSI also produced a fashion show of the students’ garments that will be featured at the Expos; the first one took place October 22-24, 2010 at the Mall of America.
Additionally, Dunne’s work in wearable technology is profiled in a segment on Danish television magazine Horisont.Read more