Last week the Body Electric class took a trip to The Impact Hub to work on their projects with professional designers.
During our visit to Impact Hub, the partner for the Body Electric: Final Exhibition students toured the event space, refined concepts with guest designers, and spoke with industrial designer Arthur Young-Spivey about the future of 3D printing and his work at NRI.
Industrial designer and professor at Parsons, Arthur Young-Spivey discusses design options for activating an alarm with students.
Thanks to Marissa and the welcoming team at Impact Hub for turning the boardroom over to our young designers for the afternoon!
Settling into the Impact Meeting Room, our workspace for the day.
Graphic designer, Kareem Collie worked one-on-one with teams to refine the story behind their projects. He shared with students grappling with what direction to take their project, that conflict in teams is normal and healthy.
This was the students first visit to a co-working space and their chance to get a preview of the event space for the Body Electric: Final Exhibition.
Join us at Impact Hub on November 7th to meet the student designers and experience their prototypes!