Category Archives: Student projects

MA-thesis project: Explorative Space Builders

CODE are happy to present the MA-thesis project in codesign ‘Explorative Space Builders’ conducted by Naomi Aholou-Komedza. In the thesis report Naomi writes: My master thesis project is about finding ways to involve citizen into the conceptualisation of a public spaces.

MA-thesis project: Explorative Space Builders

CODE are happy to present the MA-thesis project in codesign ‘Explorative Space Builders’ conducted by Naomi Aholou-Komedza. In the thesis report Naomi writes: My master thesis project is about finding ways to involve citizen into the conceptualisation of a public spaces.

Invitation: Student, how are you?

Invitation: Students’ discussion on well-being and mental health Ingeborg and Alice are two of our codesign students. They are doing their MA thesis  about students’ well-being and mental health. If you are a student this is an invitation to join

Invitation: Student, how are you?

Invitation: Students’ discussion on well-being and mental health Ingeborg and Alice are two of our codesign students. They are doing their MA thesis  about students’ well-being and mental health. If you are a student this is an invitation to join

Local narratives for creative economies

Participation in International Winter School arranged by the Glasgow School of Art, The Innovation School. For the third time KADK students and faculty took part in the Winter School, January 2018. GSA writes:  “The Winter School is one of the

Local narratives for creative economies

Participation in International Winter School arranged by the Glasgow School of Art, The Innovation School. For the third time KADK students and faculty took part in the Winter School, January 2018. GSA writes:  “The Winter School is one of the

Co-Design Beyond the Human

Over the past 3-weeks the co-design MA students have engaged in exploring the (to some odd) theme of non-anthropocentric design (or simply, design beyond the human). As the subject has been something I myself grappled with in my thesis (and

Co-Design Beyond the Human

Over the past 3-weeks the co-design MA students have engaged in exploring the (to some odd) theme of non-anthropocentric design (or simply, design beyond the human). As the subject has been something I myself grappled with in my thesis (and

Exhibition: Daily Dosage

Everyday we’re exposed to harmful chemicals that threaten our health and well-being through the food we eat and the products we use. Sofia Germani and Melanie Povlitzki – recent graduates from the codesign master’s program at KADK – have worked

Exhibition: Daily Dosage

Everyday we’re exposed to harmful chemicals that threaten our health and well-being through the food we eat and the products we use. Sofia Germani and Melanie Povlitzki – recent graduates from the codesign master’s program at KADK – have worked

ALL THE INVISIBLE THINGS an experiment on material talk

In their thesis project Kirstine Elmhøj Hansen and Maria Haukali explain: Sometimes words don’t do justice when it comes to explaining mental vulnerabilities. Therefore, we tried to tell stories through materials, rather than words. With our project we aim to

ALL THE INVISIBLE THINGS an experiment on material talk

In their thesis project Kirstine Elmhøj Hansen and Maria Haukali explain: Sometimes words don’t do justice when it comes to explaining mental vulnerabilities. Therefore, we tried to tell stories through materials, rather than words. With our project we aim to

Missing Ingredients – exploring the social aspects of bread

The industrialization of bread has inarguably made bread cheaper, more consistent and dependable. But what have we lost through adopting a modernistic approach? This project seeks to cast light onto the social consequences of modern bread. Missing Ingredients is rooted

Missing Ingredients – exploring the social aspects of bread

The industrialization of bread has inarguably made bread cheaper, more consistent and dependable. But what have we lost through adopting a modernistic approach? This project seeks to cast light onto the social consequences of modern bread. Missing Ingredients is rooted