From November 21, 2018, the Spazio Gioco di L’Abilità has a new home in Milan, the layout of which has been designed and built in collaboration with the students of the NABA Specialist Interior Design Biennium.
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.
A collection of Back to School objects, projected and graphically designed by a group of students from the 3rd year of the Triennium of Design, guided by Claudio Larcher, Area Leader of the Triennium and the Biennial Specialists in Design at NABA and Alessandro Stabile. The objectives were developed as a part of a workshop taking place at Caorle.
NABA students have developed multiple proposals for the new advertising campaign for San Benedetto tea, based on fresh new visuals for the three flavors of the drink.
The company asked NABA BA Graphic Design and Art Direction students to invent new themes for a collection of microfiber tissues and other accessories for spectacle cases.
The collaboration between Fratelli Rossetti and NABA celebrates the 50th anniversary of the "Brera" shoe, an icon of style that has already made history. A selected team of fashion students have designed a restyling of the shoe, to be exhibited at Pitti Uomo 2018.
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.