Best Industrial Design Student Work Spotted in 2022

We’re encouraged by seeing the next generation of industrial designers producing creative and thoughtful work. Here’s the best of ID student projects that we came across in 2022, in no particular order. (And while we’re only showing the beauty shots here in this roundup, click on any of the links to see the behind-the-scenes work.)

Radhika Dhumal’s Winged Table, a functional and insect-inspired design

Furniture Design, National Institute of Design, India

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Tianrui Xie’s Morph Wireless Mouse, a custom-fit computer mouse made with less plastic

Industrial Design, Georgia Institute of Technology / Offsite

Derel Shell’s modernist pen. Clean, simple and desirable

Industrial Design, Purdue University

Carlos Platz’s Svolta, a rotate-into-place furniture joinery method.

Industrial Design, Kunsthochschule Kassel, Germany

Andu Masebo’s “In Material Union” chairs, optimized for manufacturing

Product Design, Royal College of Art, UK

Mingwei Liu’s take on the Mitsubishi Lancer

Transportation Design, Royal College of Art, UK

Celine Wong’s fan-based Muji-esque clock for the nearsighted

Industrial Design, San Jose State University

Celine Deprez’s Fourche à Pain, a non-electric toaster

Industrial Design, ENSCI, France

Fergus Davidson, Maireid Carrigg and Maneet Singh’s patient-moving aid for healthcare workers

Industrial Design, RMIT, Australia

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Max Hausmann and Tim Schuetze’s Vespertine, a portable pendant lamp

Industrial Design, Berlin’s University of the Arts, Germany

Kim Seungwoo, Kim Siwon, Kim Chanwoo and Yoon Jonghoon’s portable, inflatable chair

Industrial Design, Kookmin University, South Korea

Amelie Van Houdenhove’s Twist & Turn, a tool for separating stubbornly-nested industrial crates

Industrial Design, Howest University, Belgium

Alissa Wolter’s interactive, folding Moodable Lamp

Product & Interaction Design, Kunsthochschule Berlin, Germany

Dennis Tsai’s Project Isle, a modern update to bus seating

Industrial Design, Art Center

Souhaïb Ghanmi’s Elos sockets find an “outlet” for bone waste

Industrial Design, ECAL, Switzerland

Sandy Zhang, Jodie Xie, Alaa Alshareff and Megan Wiles’ Project Timo Urban Scooter

Industrial Design, Wentworth Institute of Technology

Shay Nifusi’s experimentally manufactured Monobloc Brushes

Industrial Design, Shenkar College, Israel

Benjamin Unterluggauer and John Hayden’s 3D-Printed Mokit Connector

Industrial Design, Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design, Germany

Chi-Hao Chiang’s Attaché Folding Stool

Industrial Design, Pratt Institute

Jisan Chung’s Roller Jet, a paper-saving printer that takes rolls, not sheets

Product Design, ECAL, Switzerland

Bronwen Rees and Bryony Wood’s Stair Cubby, for storage on staircases

Product Design, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Park Hyeongwoo and Jung Jaepil’s Flip Desk, a fast-tidying solution

Industrial Design, Kookmin University, South Korea

Enjoy the holiday break, students!

Source: core77

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