Students enrolled in the industrial design program in NJIT's School of Art + Design, organized by Assistant Professor Brooks Atwood, sold $1,690 worth of their work at Audible.com's "Audible Holiday Gala" yesterday in Newark.
Students in the industrial design program at NJIT's School of Art + Design, organized by Assistant Professor Brooks Atwood, participated in the annual ELEVEN80 Holiday Cocktail Party Showcase on Dec. 7 in Newark. The showcase featured unique, one-of-a-kind designs produced by industrial design students that were offered for sale at this private, VIP event. Projects ranged from task lamps to furniture to sculptural "smart modules." Pictured here is a Card Lamp by fourth-year industrial design student Hossam Radwan. >>
Parametric smart modules created in an industrial design class taught by Assistant Professor Brooks Atwood, assistant director of the FabLab at NJIT's School of Art and Design will be on display June 18-July 18 in the NOUS Gallery in London during the London Festival of Architecture.