This weekend my juniors at my alma mater, National University of Singapore, will be having their Graduation show at The Plaza, National Library of Singapore. The graduating batch of students will be displaying their works, as well as some other works done by students and the department. It's scary how time flies, it feels like just last month that I was frantically running about with the rest of my classmates to get ready for our graduation show, but that was one whole year ago!
Another year, another bunch of fascinating works. If you are interested you should pop by and have a look! Alot of people have asked me over the years, " What's industrial design?" or " do you design industries?" (one of the worst) or " do you design factories?". Well this exhibition will be a great way to find out what we actually do, and no we do not design industries.. Maybe you will even find yourself inspired to design something!
Enough talk! On to the actual design part, let me share some of the works with you. A sneak peek if you will.. but of course you will head down this weekend to find out more about all the projects right?
Haikal designed Fix, a travel wallet for backpackers.
Corina and her team helps us get organized with Stitx.
Luma was a hit with all the students when Lim Kim and his team mate presented it.
For all the cycling enthusiasts, Seth's nifty invention, Transit Lock, comes in handy both as a carrier as well as a lock.
For all those pesky unwanted house guests, Min Hwee has developed Nimblyclean!
Hopefully I have wet your palette enough, all these works and much more will be showcased this weekend at the Graduation show. These kids (not literally because a kid would not have survived that many sleepless nights to get all these projects done) have put alot into their designs and I am so proud of them. Great job guys! Xo, Zara