Industrial design

This course is part of the programme
Master in Engineering and Management (Second Level)

Objectives and competences

Gaining basic knowledge, research work, product designing.

Prerequisites

None

Content

• Design Basics
• ” Man is the Measure of All Things”
• Meta Design
• Design
• Nature Design
• Spiritual World
• Designing with the Mind
• Materials Research, Natural Materials
• Cultural Heritage Research
• History of Mankind
• History of Art and Industrial Revolution
• Psihology
• Philosophy
• Science and Technology
• Meditation and Preparation
• Graphical Design & Identity
• Tehnical Drawings
• Computer Aided Design
• Modeling
• Prototyping

Intended learning outcomes

Research project, term paper , prototype or designed product.

Readings

Kogoj, Oskar: Nature Design. - Padova: Interbooks, 1985
• Kogoj, Oskar, Mazzariol, Giuseppe, Keller, Goroslav, Rener, Milko: Nature design. Padova: Interbooks, cop. 1985
• Kogoj, Oskar, Gaon, Izzika: Nature design. - Jeruzalem: The Israel Museum, cop. 1990
• Bogataj, Janez, Pukšič, Janez: Mojstrovine Slovenije: mednarodna razstava: katalog razstavljenih del. - Ljubljana: Rokus
• Bogataj Janez, Pukšič Janez: Mojstrovine Slovenije: srečanja s sodobnimi rokodelci. - Ljubljana: Rokus, 1999
• Kogoj Oskar, Bernik Stane, Slivnik, Franc Sušnik Janko Rakočevic, Milan Jesenik, Viktor Vrčon, Branko Debenjak, Doris Brecelj, Marijan: Plastični počivalniki: Inštitut Meblo = Rest-chairs of plastic materials: Institute Meblo. - Nova Gorica: Meblo, 1970

Assessment

• mid-term exam, term paper, oral exam • finished practical work 100%

Lecturer's references

Oskar Kogoj
CURRICULUM VITAE:
Born 1942 in Mirnu near Gorica.
1966 diploma, Isituto Statale d’Arte, Scuola Ai Carmini, Benetke
1966 teaching assistant, Istituto Statale d’Arte, Benetke; svetovalec Baby Mark, Milan
1969 - 1971 designer, Meblo, Nova Gorica
1972 - 1975 assistant professor, head of the department for industrial design, Universita Internazionale di Venezia e Firenze
1971 freelance designer
2004 professor, University of Novi Gorici
He lives and works in Mirnu near Gorici.

PERSONAL AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS, PERMANENT COLLECTIONS – SELECTION
1970 – Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb, Croatia.
1973 – Strögets Mödested Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark.
1978 – Modern Art Museum – collection of toys (donation), New York, USA.
1979 – Congress Center – Industrial Design Exhibition, ICSID, Mexico City, Mexico.
1979 – Mediterranean Games of Split – MIS 79, Split, Croatia.
1987 – Vatican Museum - “Crux Passions et Spei Slovenorum – Tergesti mense, Maio 1987”, Vatican.
1990 – The Israel Museum, Jerusalem Palewsky Design Pavilion - “Oskar Kogoj Nature Design”, Jerusalem, Israel.
1991 – “World Design Exhibition – Nagoya ’89”, ICSID, Japan.
1992 – International Exhibition 18. Triennial Milan - “Life between Artefact and Nature, Design and Environmental Challenge”(Presentation of Slovenia), Milan, Italy.
1993 – Liberty Retail Regent Street - “Putting Slovenia on the Map”, London, Great Britain.
1993 – Sanatarium NEBUG, SMELT International - “Venetic Horse and Exhibition of Nature Design”, Sochi, Russia.
1995 – Palace of United Nations - “Venetic Horse”, “Don de la République de Slovénie à la République et Canton de Genève” – 50th Anniversary of United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
1996 – Arboretum Kalmthout - “Nature Design”, Kalmthout, Belgium.
1999 – Caffé Florian – Nature Design 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Venice, Italy.
2003 – National and University Library of Slovenija - “Secrets”, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2008 – The Hague City Hall - “Secrets”, Hague, Netherlands.

INTERNATIONAL AWARDS AND MEMBERSHIPS – SELECTION
1969 – Award “Red object – Oggetto rosso” on “Abitare” review and “Baby Mark”, Milan, Italy.
1971 – »Prešernov sklad« Award for Easy Chairs Collection »Gondola«, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
1979 – »Vladimir Nazor« Award for Designing the Mascot of Mediterranean Games – MIS, Split, Croatia.
1971, 1980, 1988, 1994 – Gold Medal – BIO
1994 – Knight of Order of St. Fortunat (Ordre de Saint Fortunat – honourable »dvanajstija« (twelve men) of the Republic of Slovenia).
1996 – Circolo Artistico Veneziano, n. 821.