Category Archives: Student projects

GACHI-GACHI, codesign graduation project

“Gachi-gachi” means the value of being together in Korean. Like the name, Hyunju Ahn, codesign graduate originally from South Korea, wanted to co-create a play tool, where the time that children play with their friends becomes more valuable. In her

GACHI-GACHI, codesign graduation project

“Gachi-gachi” means the value of being together in Korean. Like the name, Hyunju Ahn, codesign graduate originally from South Korea, wanted to co-create a play tool, where the time that children play with their friends becomes more valuable. In her

Invitation to the exhibition; All The Invisible Things

All The Invisible Things is an exhibition on sharing experiences of living with mental vulnerabilities. The exhibition is co-created between the two graduate students Maria Haukali Nørregaard, Kirstine Elmhøj and a group of young people who has been dealing with mental

Invitation to the exhibition; All The Invisible Things

All The Invisible Things is an exhibition on sharing experiences of living with mental vulnerabilities. The exhibition is co-created between the two graduate students Maria Haukali Nørregaard, Kirstine Elmhøj and a group of young people who has been dealing with mental

A team of four codesigners are among the finalists for the Danish Design Award (Young Talents)

One of the categories in the annual Danish Design Award is ‘Young Talents’. We are proud to announce that a team of students from the MA-program in codesign are among the four finalists. The team is Rie Maktabi and Isabel Aagård

A team of four codesigners are among the finalists for the Danish Design Award (Young Talents)

One of the categories in the annual Danish Design Award is ‘Young Talents’. We are proud to announce that a team of students from the MA-program in codesign are among the four finalists. The team is Rie Maktabi and Isabel Aagård

Book launch: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design

  Join us Thursday April 27, at 16:00 in CODE, room 90.3.15 at KADK, when we celebrate that the first year MA students in Codesign have published the book: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design Co-conuts takes the reader on a

Book launch: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design

  Join us Thursday April 27, at 16:00 in CODE, room 90.3.15 at KADK, when we celebrate that the first year MA students in Codesign have published the book: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design Co-conuts takes the reader on a

Codesign thesis project event: Chemical Scavenger Hunt

Two of our Codesign Master students, Melanie Povlitzki and Sofia Germani, have been doing their thesis project in partnership with Coop Denmark, exploring the presence of harmful chemicals in everyday products. They plan to design new ways of providing knowledge

Codesign thesis project event: Chemical Scavenger Hunt

Two of our Codesign Master students, Melanie Povlitzki and Sofia Germani, have been doing their thesis project in partnership with Coop Denmark, exploring the presence of harmful chemicals in everyday products. They plan to design new ways of providing knowledge

International MA program in Codesign on hold

After three years of exciting enrollment of talented young designers for our international master program in codesign, KADK has put this program on hold. The reason for this is a severe budgetary cut amounting to 38% imposed on KADK by

International MA program in Codesign on hold

After three years of exciting enrollment of talented young designers for our international master program in codesign, KADK has put this program on hold. The reason for this is a severe budgetary cut amounting to 38% imposed on KADK by

Dear CODE followers: From Copenhagen to London (and back again); some of what I learned when tackling service design with a co-design background

I guess, on some level, it’s human nature. When you leave one thing for another, it’s very difficult to not constantly compare and contrast. You notice the similarities and spot the differences even when that isn’t your intention. As some

Dear CODE followers: From Copenhagen to London (and back again); some of what I learned when tackling service design with a co-design background

I guess, on some level, it’s human nature. When you leave one thing for another, it’s very difficult to not constantly compare and contrast. You notice the similarities and spot the differences even when that isn’t your intention. As some