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WWU’s Madeleine Gerst, Rose Kirby, Elliot Quasha and Carson Porter-Keese, juniors in the Industrial Design Program, won the prestigious Global Innovation Awards (GIA) for each of their kitchenware innovations. Western students won four out of the six awards given internationally.

The GIA…

Students from Western’s Industrial Design program are showcasing their work in junior and senior online shows featuring everything from therapeutic lighting concepts to app design.  

This year the shows are online for the first time; typically, the event…

Western Washington University’s Industrial Design junior class will showcase a sustainable entrepreneurship exhibition “ReMade: Culinary” from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2 at Ideal, located at 1227 Cornwall Ave. in Bellingham.

Products will stay on display and for sale at Ideal until Nov.…

​WWU Industrial Design students were honored on Nov. 29 at the 2017 GRAY Awards in Seattle with a first place award in the Student Design Open Category for "Cube^3." The annual awards are produced by GRAY Magazine, one of the leading design publications in…

Dipu Gupta, an architect and a assistant professor of set design at Western Washington University, will speak on the relationship between construction and composition in chair design at noon Tuesday, Nov. 3, in the Western Gallery.

Participants will be led to look carefully at…

Western Washington University Industrial Design students will showcase “upcycled” yard and garden products created from post-consumer waste and industrial scrap at the annual ReMade exhibition from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 6 at Ideal: Carefully Curated Goods, 1227 Cornwall Ave.,…

Leah Sepida-Cohen’s cat caves are made from expired climbing rope and look like artfully coiled snakes. Nolan Shinn has created small, electric-red birdhouses out of old fire extinguishers. Their classmate, Rosie Meyers, has crafted playful, fish-shaped cat toys from discarded vertical blinds.…

“ReMade,” the annual challenge for Western Washington University industrial design students, features original products created from used materials from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, at Ideal, 1227 Cornwall Ave., during the Downtown Art Walk.

Lisa Van Doren, co-owner of Ideal: Carefully Curated Goods, at 1227 Cornwall Ave., let me know about the annual “ReMade Project” hosted by Western Washington University industrial design students, that opens with a reception for the students from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, during the Downtown…

Western Washington University’s junior Industrial Design students will showcase “upcycled” pet products they created using unique eco-strategies from reclaimed materials in the annual design challenge “ReMade” from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 7 at Ideal: Carefully…

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