Professors Teresa Echevarría and Ana Gómez put their Interior Design students to the test and launched this challenge: "To design a temporary pavilion or stand".
It should:

* Host the exhibition of a product and its brand.
* Be open or prolonged to a catwalk.
* Cover the aspects of Creativity and Sustainable Fashion.
* Be based on a real designer's brand.

Guidelines were: green-fashion brand, sustainability, low-cost production, universal design, stimulation of all senses.

And the goal? to create a singular element with a spatial and expressive richness, that, for its design (shape, material and colour) could be a point of attention to the brand and to the theme of eco-fashion.

That's all? No. There were also conditionning factors such as:

- With recycled materials, removable or foldable, stockable in a minimum space, cheap to produce and zero environmental impact.
- for exhibiting fashion and accessories.
- able to be turned into a catwalk.
- for exterior and interior spaces.
- maximum stand area of 25m2, plus a maximum of another   25 m2 for the catwalk.

The results? Just amazing. Seven students met the challenge with flying colours. Please, have a look clicking on the images.


Las profesoras Teresa Echevarría y Ana Gómez lanzaron a sus alumnos el siguiente reto: Diseñar un stand temporal.
Éste debía:
- Servir como expositor de un producto y su marca.
- Transformarse en una pasarela de moda.
- Seguir principios de Creatividad y Moda Sostenible. 
- Basarse en una marca real de diseñador.

En el siguiente documento podéis ver las líneas de trabajo que los alumnos de decoración han tenido que seguir:

¿Cómo ha sido el resultado? Increíble. Siete estudiantes han superado el reto y con nota. Haced clic en las imágenes superiores para ampliarlas.

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