All members of our team have an active role in the theoretical construction and in spreading our design model. We have been leading courses, workshops or individual lecture for many years, at various universities and Italian or European institutions.
Teaching is a way for us to analyze, synthesize and formalize the knowledge achieved in design practice.
At Habits, we are experienced in supervising students during their thesis project development.
We take the role of mentors, guiding and reviewing the evolution of student concepts from the research phase to advanced development and prototyping, helping them to reach successful results.
Developing thesis projects is an enriching experience for both students and Studio Habits.
We provide our knowledge and expertise to foster the growth and advancement of ideas.
Collaboration allows us to explore new topics along with the next generation of designers.
An emotional support system based on thermochromic materials and position capturing technology.
|Ye Cai||Interaction Design, Industrial Design||2023|
Indoor smart exercise bike guiding the user
|Gianfranco Bartucca||Industrial Design||2023|
Wearable AR projector for augmented workplace training.
|Francesco Carlucci||Industrial Design||2023|
Bike Navigation Service Based On Air Quality.
|Stefano Patiti||Interaction Design, Service Design, Industrial Design||2023|
A running respirator to protect from city smog.
|Andrea Bertezzoni||Industrial Design||2022|
Advanced Preservation of Fresh Produce at Home
|Vasyl Pavlyuchok||Industrial Design||2021|
Sexuality and disability. Stimulation and sensory focusing of secondary erogenous zones involving sexual independence in becoming aware of one’s own body and pleasure.
|Elisa Mastrogiacomo||Industrial Design||2021|
Design of a hearable device able to monitor physiological signals during work activity, detecting stress situations.
|Lorenzo Gecchelin||Interaction Design, Industrial Design||2020|
A new home automation, a semantic point linked to the habit and familiarity of gestures or the spatial role of the object.
|Paolo Dal Santo||Interaction Design, Industrial Design||2020|
A system to enhance productivity at work.
|Çisil Çalipinar||Industrial Design||2020|
A system that uses biofeedback to personalise the music listening experience.
|Nicolò Andreoli||Interaction Design, Industrial Design||2020|
A smart reusable water bottle with thermal insulation that heats or cools the liquid, according to the type of beverage provided by the capsule.
|Arturo Testerini||Industrial Design||2020|
A foldable sound-absorbing desk driver that supports office work by providing privacy and enhancing collaboration between colleagues with interactive projectors.
|Federico Chiusaroli||Industrial Design||2019|
A semi-active tutor with the aim of educating the user to maintain a correct posture during working activities.
|Margherita Casadei||Industrial Design||2019|
A product-system to assist new parents in the management of their newborn’s sleep and remote monitoring of respiratory rate.
|Francesca Bernecich||Industrial Design||2019|
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A luminous device to correct circadian circadian rhythm disturbances and to compensate for the lack of sunlight during the winter months.
|Germana Lunghi||Industrial Design||2018|
The smart kitchen for the millennials: a complementary system to the
|Giulio Tedeschi||Industrial Design||2018|