Sara Ricciardi (IT)

Bau-Wow

July 14th – July 20th 2019

Sara Ricciardi, is a designer who wanders around the fields of product design, installation, set design and social design.

She’s based in Milan and holds courses in social co-design and performance at the Naba, New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and at the Domus Academy.
She’s a great stone’s collector and  leads international “Design thinking” workshops.

Selected by Wallpaper among the finalists of Next Designer Generation 2018
She works with fashion stores, such as Luisa Via Roma in Florence, to define new “experiencial interiors”.

She’s fascinated by the emotional and physical reaction between people and matter working with Company and Design Galleries. Chaos and methodology are both important to create new narratives with a powerful identity.

www.sararicciardi.org

Bau-Wow

July 14th – July 20th

Workshop Categories

The Workshop

This workshop is about defining our spaces with structures and colors, about framing the nature and designing structures to create a stage for objects, people or natural elements.

How can we change the perception of a space and create dialogues between ourselves and the surroundings?

Starting form Josef Albers' theories, we will redefine spaces by means of colors and shapes. We'll shape various materials in exercises that focus primarily on composition and ikebana practice.

It is a workshop for color investigators and weird machine builders, who in the end are going to activate some spots in Boisbuchet with their colourful vibrant installations.

BOOK WORKSHOP
Student: €944 TTC

BOOK WORKSHOP
Normal: €1264 TTC

Housing

  • Accommodation & food are included
  • We can accommodate for special catering
  • All participants sleep in dormitories
  • To book a private room or bring additional guests, get in touch: manager@boisbuchet.org

Education

  • Our staff are available to help you conceptualize & produce your designs
  • Tools & materials are provided by Boisbuchet
  • All workshops are taught in English
  • The number of participants is limited to 22

Activities