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Innovation & Know-how Program 2013/2014

Manifestations, 01 january 2014
The Program's second year included the following events
  • Living Papers © L.Sudre
  • Living Papers © D.Plowy
  • Innovative and nomadic objects © ENSAD
  • Innovative and nomadic objects © ENSAD
  • Leather Technical Center © L.Sudre
  • Leather Technical Center © Caroline groult
  • Leather Technical Center © Caroline groult
  • The Compagnons du Devoir worked along with the students in the Fashion Design department © Marie-Élodie Fallourd
  • The Compagnons du Devoir worked along with the students in the Fashion Design department © Marie-Élodie Fallourd
  • International Bamboo Studio © D.Plowy
  • International Bamboo Studio © D.Plowy

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The Program's second year included the following events :

- Papiers vivants ("Living Papers") enabled the students from the Textile and Texture Design department to carry out fascinating research in partnership with students from the Central Academy of Fine Arts of Beijing (CAFA). Paper was viewed as a dynamic or even intelligent medium in order to open up unexplored prospects for textile, material, and clothing creation.

- The creator and designer Mathieu Lehanneur supervised a workshop in the Product Design department, in collaboration with Louis Vuitton, on the theme of innovative and nomadic objects.

- The CTC (Leather Technical Center) developed a training program on shoe manufacturing techniques for the Fashion Design students.

- Leather goods and shoe craftsmen from the Compagnons du Devoir (a French organization of craftsmen dating from the Middle Ages) worked along with the students in the Fashion Design department to produce their Grand Projet.

- International Bamboo Studio (9 students from different departments, in the the 3rd and 4th year.)
Second year of this Studio, in partnership with NID (India).

The educational structure of this Studio was developed to meet the needs of the students of the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris as well as those of the National Institute of Design (NID) in India. This enabled an effective pooling of the two cultural approaches to teaching in the carrying out of the projects. These workshops explored the expressive potential of bamboo as a material, the typologies of objects it generates, and the possibilities of applications with economic and ecological added value.