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Italy

Associazione per il Disegno Industriale
Professional

Contact Info

Via Bramante, 29
Milano
20154
 
Italy
T:
0233100164

President

Mr. Luciano Galimberti
T:
390236693790

ico-D Liaison

Ms. Daniela Martino
T:
390236693790

Member Profile

Since 1956, ADI has been uniting designers, companies, researchers, teachers, critics, and journalists.

Its goal as a not-for-profit is to promote and help implement the most appropriate conditions for the design of goods and services, encouraging cultural debate, promotion through institutions, and the provision of services.

For ADI, design must be culturally aware, as it is a medium between the individual, society, and the means of production.



L'ADI riunisce dal 1956 progettisti, imprese, ricercatori, insegnanti, critici, giornalisti intorno ai temi del design: progetto, consumo, riciclo, formazione.

Il suo scopo è promuovere e contribuire ad attuare, senza fini di lucro, le condizioni piu appropriate per la progettazione di beni e servizi, attraverso il dibattito culturale, l'intervento presso le istituzioni , la fornitura di servizi.

Per l'ADI il design è la progettazione culturalmente consapevole, l'interfaccia tra la domanda individuale e collettiva della società e l'offerta dei produttori.
Abbreviation or Acronym:
ADI
Year Founded:
1956
Language of Operations:
Italian

Peru

Instituto San Ignacio de Loyola
Educational

Contact Info

Graphic Design
Av. La Fontana 795
La Molina
Lima 12
 
Peru
T:
1706000

Dean

Mr. Carlos Palomino

Academic Director of Graphic Design

Mr. Gabriel Rodríguez Rengifo

Member Profile

The world of communication design is becoming broader and, hence, creating greater opportunities in the labor market. In any of the many fields in communication design, ranging from design to management of a company's image, the communicator must be able to learn to adapt to the continuous changes in society and technology, with full knowledge of the most important trends, lifestyles and fashions. At ISIL you are given the opportunity to be integrated into this growing universe of possibilities with a career within Art and Design and Integrated Communication. --- El mundo de las comunicaciones cada vez es más amplio y, por lo mismo, da mayores oportunidades en el mercado laboral. En cualquiera de sus múltiples campos, que van desde el diseño hasta el manejo de la imagen de cualquier empresa, el comunicador debe ser capaz de saber adaptarse a las continuas transformaciones de la sociedad y la tecnología, con pleno conocimiento de las tendencias más importantes, estilos de vida y modas. En ISIL te damos la oportunidad de estar integrado a este creciente universo de posibilidades con sus carreras de Arte y Diseño Gráfico y de Comunicación Integral.
Abbreviation or Acronym:
ISIL
Year Founded:
1983

United Kingdom

Royal College of Art
Educational

Contact Info

School of Communication
Kensington Gore
London
SW7 2EU
 
United Kingdom
T:
(0)2075904302

Dean

Prof. Neville Brody
T:
(0)2075904302

Member Profile

The Royal College of Art provides a unique educational experience in art and design, to a community of carefully selected and exceptionally talented students. Our aim is to nurture their creativity and their ability to innovate, to develop their practical and intellectual skills and to expand their horizons. All our courses are taught by distinguished artists, designers and thinkers, and students have an unrivalled opportunity to study art in a design environment, and design in an art environment. The College is exclusively postgraduate. School of Communication In a world where environmental, social, political, religious, technological and professional issues and structures are changing kaleidoscopically, no area of cultural activity is more challenging than the field of communications. With traditional boundaries between disciplines dissolving, the ethos of this School, and of the College, is ideally equipped to enable students to follow a programme of pre-professional experimentation tailored to their individual needs and skills. The School of Communication at the RCA, led by Neville Brody, encourages – above all – a dynamic, cross-disciplinary approach to study and practice that is rooted in exploration and invention through the use of mixed studios and cross-electives. The broad spectrum of skills we embrace extends from making things to making thought, and carries us across an ever shifting landscape of intertwined activity that extends from print to film and time-based media; image-making and sound design to game play; and social enquiry and digital boundaries to physical installations. Teaching staff are all recognised practitioners in their own fields, bringing depth of experience to academic practice, and are joined by visiting professors and guest lecturers who act as informants or disruptors. School of Communication students work in collaboration with other designers and artists across the College in concentrated workshops and college-wide initiatives, and can draw directly from their expertise. Our active approach to exhibiting student work and to seeking creative projects through collaboration with our industry partners leads to constant opportunities for exposure and engagement. Industry partnerships with Google, BlackBerry and the BBC continue to bring pivotal projects and opportunities, while both students and staff enjoy exposure through exhibitions, competitions, publications and festivals. Research is a vital part of our School, with MPhil and PhD candidates working alongside practice-based students, informing and challenging our curricula and being made visible through a dynamic series of events and talks.
Year Founded:
1837
Language of Operations:
English