CAUS 50th Anniversary
Seven ID graduates, alumni from 2005 to 2011, returned for the CAUS 50th Anniversary Celebration and spoke to the students on a range of topics, from DIY, to the importance of UX Design, to the use of Robotics in industrial design today.
Read more : Alumni Speakers
Seen here, left to right: Stefani Bachetti, Katie Rustin, Christine Manfredo, Jessie Storey and Lee Powell.
Not shown: Kelly Harrigan and Nathan King.
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Click here to view the 2011-2014 archive.
Situated in a rigorous workshop environment with open studios and dedicated desk space, the Industrial Design Program at Virginia Tech endeavors to facilitate learning by doing and to catalyze a student’s independence – thinking for oneself. This intensive making culture, advocating experimentation and iteration, is part of a curricular foundation derived over 50 years, from our linkages to the legacy traditions of the Bauhaus, Black Mountain College and the Ulm School. The students’ experience culminates in a forward-thinking-global perspective, a capacity for both collaboration and teaching one another, and a sensibility toward ut prosim, the University’s pledge for service.
FORM: Line-Plane-Solid Video
(production: Lauren Walkup & Campbell Efird)