Bonet is a homage to the Catalan architect Antonio Bonet by Santiago Restrepo. It consists of six fragments highlighting Catalan rationalism in six images that recapture and bring the architect’s legacy up to date. The project started from an exercise in which a series of posters had to be designed to communicate the work of this 20th century architect, using the ego of typography, photography and illustration to create a unique, identifiable language. The final result was a colourful homage to the beauty of the architect’s work, that recaptures the dialogue between architecture and light, stone and soul.

Since 1966, Istituto Europeo di Design has been providing academic training in the disciplines of Design, Fashion, Visual Arts, Communication and Management at its centres in Milan, Rome, Florence, Turin, Venice, Cagliari, Como, Madrid, Barcelona, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Since its opening, more than 130,000 students have graduated and every year it attracts more than 10,000 students from all over the world. IED focuses on organising teaching projects and traineeships linked to corporate reality and has signed more than 1,000 business agreements over its 50 years of experience.

The IED Barcelona campus is in the district of Gràcia. Since 2002 it became consolidated as one of the most important schools in design training and was recognised as a School of Higher Studies in Design by the regional government of Catalonia (Generalitat de Catalunya), offering Undergraduate Degrees in Product Design, Interior Design, Fashion Design and Graphic Design, in addition to university diplomas (IED Diplomas) in Management for Creative Industries, Bachelors of Arts (Honours) validated by the University of Westminster, masters and postgraduates courses, continuing study programs and summer courses, that every year draw in nearly 1,000 students from more than 100 different countries, thanks to the school’s multicultural and interdisciplinary environment.


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