Industrial Design

Five students from Western Washington University’s Industrial Design program received recognition and $6,000 in scholarships for their furniture designs for small spaces as part of the annual Mount Baker Plywood Furniture Design Competition.

Western students, children, parents and…

Dell King, the visiting professor of the Industrial Design Senior Studio at Western Washington University, has donated $103,000 to establish a perpetually endowed scholarship for Industrial Design students. 

The Dell King Industrial Design Scholarship Award will be given annually to…

Nova Solar Glazing, Western Washington University’s team of business, chemistry, industrial design and electrical engineering students, was recently awarded the $15,000 Wells Fargo grand prize at the 2017 Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge (EIC) hosted by the…

Western Industrial Design student Matt Hoogestraat is standing in the middle of an oval shaped room with the sea stretched out around him in all directions. Around the exterior of the room are tables with odd designs hovering above them. Matt teleports from table to table, examining the designs…

Six students from Western Washington University’s Industrial Design program received recognition and $6,000 in scholarships for their children’s furniture designs as a part of the annual Mount Baker Products Furniture Design Competition.

Western students, children, parents and…

Starting Friday, May 1, a new Kickstarter campaign will launch to help fund future projects of Western Washington University’s Industrial Design students.

With a donation of $27 to the Kickstarter fund, customers will receive an Imbue brewing vessel. After a few weeks, the price…

Western Washington University students pursuing the new User Experience Design minor are currently collaborating with Microsoft on a project called “Collaboration + Cloud 2020” for their senior capstone course.

Students take the minor’s capstone course during their…

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.

Kenmore resident Sarah O’Sell helped a team of six Western Washington University students win $10,000 for their NOVA Solar Window plan during the Sixth Annual Environmental Innovation Challenge on April 3 at the Seattle Center’s Exhibition Hall.

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