Projects from Bachelor Degree in Design
by Ariadna Sánchez
'Simei o Desenvolupament de models d’experimentació entorn l’àmbit tipogràfic fent ús d’una metodologia chulísima'. The project proposes redefining or exploring the field of typography through experimentation. A specific symbiosis-based methodology that puts the focus on the treatment of limits is used; how can be worked from the transformation by nourishing them from foreign elements to new readings, aesthetics, or ways of understanding this field.
by Pol Soriano
‘Sentir - Visibilitzant sensibilitats per gestionar emocions’. Based on a brain sensor that processes the incidence of emotions in our body, the project shows to what extent we are exposed to external stimuli.
La Casa Taller
by Daniel Tahmaz
‘La Casa Taller - Reaprender a habitar con interdependencia’. Through material and sustainable experimentation, the project generates a new space to live and work independently and at the same time in coexistence with the environment.
Les coses em fan pena
by Mireia Panisello
Fast-fashion has done with textiles what capitalism has done with romantic love: it has emptied it of meaning to the point of making us believe that it is only here for us, for a while, and when we get tired. nothing happens, there will be another to replace it. But it does not disappear, it only becomes invisible to those eyes who think that the only reality that exists is the one they can perceive. The textile industry generates more waste than love. Resignifying and re-understanding the raw material could help to assert the resulting object.
by Fà Bascompte, Judit Marsol
Metanoia is born from the need to stop this daily frenzy within a society that detaches us from ourselves. It is a critical design project that poses the relationship between the object and the subject through a constellation of pieces that exert some kind of control over the user. By this control, and through alienation, the pieces make the subject more aware of his/her own body, actions, environment, and the space he/her inhabits. These objects are designed so that the user feels the need to stop and take time to perform actions in a conscious way.
by Salva Franch
Rémora arises from the concern generated from debt and commitment but above all, from love, with the intention of renewing the perception of a past event in a specific person. An exercise in empathy and approach, in an intrapersonal path that will be articulated based on symbols that will act as precursors to establish change. The research concludes with the formalization of an audiovisual piece in which the intention of offering this message to the main receiver will be expressed.
Arxiu de gènere
by Marina Muñoz
This archive is born from the concern of exploring feminism and gender. Based on the collection of information, issues and experiences around gender are investigated, to create a flexible and fluid cartography. Working with all kinds of information, the Arxiu de gènere approaches Deleuze and Guattari’s rhizome, queer methodologies, and Haraway’s situated knowledge.
Far from defining what gender is, the archive explores it from different perspectives and accumulates information to learn more, always keeping in mind that it is a constantly growing project. The links between items can change, the issues can move, and the archive’s rhizome can continue to expand and transform.
Shank. Perfiles de una sociedad desencajada
by Marcos Cacheiro
The imposed speed of our society makes impossible any effort to achieve a mature contemplation, provoking a conscious analysis of our actions, thoughts, as well as our environment. It is through this individual process that each person can start developing their own criteria. This project aims to draw an analogy that promotes a dialogue between observation and action as a tool to escape from social dynamism and the imperative idea of happiness. This discourse is based on the characterization of six disjointed profiles that help build an imaginary ethnography that is divided into three opposing couples. Each one of them serves as an axis of tension of the different problems of hyper-productivity. Specifically, collective criteria are first presented as the destroyer of critical thinking, secondly, the consequences of productivity and imperative happiness in the conception of the self, and finally, contemplation is presented as a tool to manage this imposed rhythm.