zagreb design week

Academy of Fine Arts Sarajevo

UNIVERSITY
University of Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina
course:
MENTOR:
Assistant Professor Nataša Perković
STUDENT:
Musić Amina, Pilav Amina, Pustahija Ajla, Riter Marija, Zovko Nency, Aganović Naida, Begičević Kerim, Bečirović Segmedina, Ćosić Dženan, Dacić Rijad, Idrizbegović Lamija, Jukić Irma, Kujundžić Manuela

The first work we will present in this text is the necklace ΕΓΩ. Aganović Naide, the author, told more about the work: “Through researching the culture of Greece, which was very interesting to me, I got various ideas, especially because it is about the distant past. Use the best in your power, and take the rest as it happens.” Kerim Begičević presented her commentary on contemporary world events in her work Mood: “Since most human contact has been reduced to the Internet, the project was created as a comment to poor social communication through electronic media.” The game of reflection is visible in Kathreftis, the work of a student of Bečirković Segmedin: “With the material, I achieved additional desired reflections so that the entire product would reflect our reflection. Mirror from all angles – we can’t run away from ourselves.” Boram by Dženan Ćosić is a new way of keeping memories on our shelves: “A unique set of photo frames that deviates from the traditional way of framing and placing photos in a frame. With play and interactivity, we build our story and composition.” Decić Rijad is the author of the interesting work Lekub: “Gradation of vertical prisms resulted in an elegant, unique product that has an aesthetic and functional purpose.” Art installation Sanctum by Idrizbegović Lamija offers us a new reality: “The realization of the task became the creation of objects that would create a new reality in the limited spaces of our homes and also a space to escape from the negative context in which we currently live.” A new approach to wax as a material, Irkić Jukić said: “The idea of ​​the work is to shape the wax in various ways so that it looks like a sculpture that will fit into an object.” Student Manuela Kujundžić proudly talks about her work Mezza: “Every piece of metal, sheet metal has my handprint, my signature and I think that’s exactly what makes this tray better than other trays.” Safety is one of the most desirable human needs, especially in the modern world in which we currently live. Musić Amina weaved her stability into Makino’s kaftan: “The kaftan will always give a feeling of safety and freedom because my home and family are woven into it. I carry my home with me wherever it is.” A soft, round composition Wullo is the work by author Pilav Amina: “The composition is built by rehearsing balls, which form a larger circular base. Everything together makes one whole, unity and works harmoniously.” “I decided to design a fashion accessory in the field of fashion design” and so the Zavani sleep set was created – a set of a pyjamas-home uniform set for sleeping pyjamas. Ceramic bath, salt and soap dishes, by Ritter Maria, are ideal for lovers of relaxing in the bathtub: “The final solution of the bath, salt and soap container consists of a repetition of vertically connected twigs/sticks in a circular shape, soft edges.” work by Zovko Nency, who emphasizes the uniqueness of handicrafts: “The idea of ​​this project was to notice the human hand, the perfection of imperfection, on the models themselves.”

The semester task was to design a unique home accessory in the selected material. The mentioned facility should be beautified and the frequent stay in the home due to the pandemic should be raised to the level of aesthetic experience. The students were expected to explore various aspects and development possibilities of the selected facility. The concept develops through sketches and working models and from which mentor and students   choose the best solution.

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