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70 PROJECTS
Design Marathon
Digital Design Marathon
50 students from 6 different academic fields, 6 prestigious international companies, involved through 20 corporate representatives, together with 5 mentors, chosen within the Academy’s Faculty: these are the numbers of the first Digital Design Marathon!
Design Marathon
Beyond Learning

Aim of the project is to re-imagine the learning experience and create new forms of relational environments for education, work and co-creation built around our new Cisco Spark™ Board.

Workshop
Ibis Hotel Millenial

Competition projects of new concepts for the standard room of Ibis Hotels. Accor Group, the largest hotel operator worldwide, selected 5 european shools of design (4 french institutions + Naba) for a contest aimed at developing a new vision for one of their most popular hotel brands - Ibis Hotel. The competition involved the students of the 1st year of the MA-degree program in Interior Design of Naba.

Workshop
Porsche - Taycan

Porsche has created its first car with an electrified soul and the challenge submitted to NABA led to the creation of videos / commercials to promote the brand's entry into the electric world that would bring out the German car manufacturer's dear and intrinsic themes such as attention for environmental issues, the commitment to innovation and technological excellence and the passion for the world of cars.

Workshop
The Ideal Backpack

Tucano has challenged NABA design students on the interpretation and the design of a backpack intended as a "container" to be used at the University but inspired by the city.

Workshop
Toys for All

Toys for All is a research project about toy design, that aims at designing toys for children with disabilities. The idea is not to design special toys for disabled children only, but normal toys that can be also easily used by those with different abilities.

Workshop
#35modernart

Art contest organized by NABA in collaboration with Nescafé Dolce Gusto, calling for a creative interpretation from an artistic point of view of the 35 tastes of Dolce Gusto coffee

Design Marathon
Changes for the Better

A collective research and design experience about the future of sustainable technology and comfort of indoor spaces, based on the basic values of Mitsubishi Electric – Changes for the Better. Innovation in the fields of product design and brand communication, for the attempt to make the world a better place.

Design Marathon
Co-Bathrooms

Aim of the project is to envision innovative design concepts and scenarios for bathrooms of public, collective or shared use.

NABA Projects
PROJECT EXPERIENCE

NABA strongly believes in a synergistic relashionship with Companies.

Such relationship gets intensified every day and creates a concrete and constant exchange of points of view.

On one hand there is the point of view of our students who, still free from the written and unwritten rules and regulations of the workplace, can freely think outside the box and, on the other hand, there is the point of view of the Companies and the people who work there, who by deeply knowing their business model, have the skills and the ability of vision in order to nurture their ideas.

A real synergy. A mix that allows for innovation and projects people and the realities involved in DESIGNING before, and in WORKING together afterwards.

Collaborations