MA Design for Industry 5.0 at Central Saint Martins
The MA Design for Industry 5.0 course at Central Saint Martins encourages students to adopt an entrepreneurial use of technology to create digital and physical designs.
School: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Course: MA Design for Industry 5.0
Location: London, UK
Course dates: starts September 2023, with a duration of two years (60 weeks) extended full-time
Application deadline: rolling deadline
Industry 5.0 is a future in which the traditional drivers of efficiency and productivity give way to the ethics of care and human-centred design.
MA Design for Industry 5.0 foregrounds people and the planet to explore the entrepreneurial opportunity presented by the fourth industrial revolution. It is part of the Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design programme.
This course brings the ethics of care, creativity and entrepreneurial ambition into the fourth industrial revolution and its technological promise.
MA Design for Industry 5.0 prepares you to shape a human-centric industry that reinforces its role and contribution to society.
Underpinning the course are principles of user-centred design, circular economy and open innovation informed by digital transformation.
This course experiments with merging physical and digital space. It explores manufacturing equitable futures through the creative application of data-driven machinery and intelligent software with existing design and manufacturing processes.
By engaging with new creative opportunities provided by decentralisation, automation and data exchange in manufacturing, MA Design for Industry 5.0 promotes the most entrepreneurial use of intelligent data-driven technologies applied with social purpose and ambition.
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Top image: biometric evolutionary Evolve IM shoes designed and engineered by Assa Ashuach in collaboration with Stratasys multi-material AM technology.
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