Hello Iâ€™m Corentin Bourret, 21-year old French student, studying at DSK International School of Design (ISD), in India. Iâ€™m currently looking for a 6-month internship.
Where I matured One year exchange 2010-2011
Where I study DSK ISD Pune 2013-2014
open my mind independance
TRAVEL ENHANCES CREATIVITY
maturity pro active
TABLE OF CONTENT
PHANTOM LINES X NIKE NSW
Adapted travel shoe Discover the process
Bodysurfing suit Immersion into the unknown
Design by experimentation
Security for scooters Evaluate my efficiency
3D printing for humanitary Design that matters
Create a new brand Apply what I learnt
X NIKE NSW Adapted Travel Shoe
Discover my process - Team Project - 4 months
Team leader : Maxime Catteau Team members : Advaita Padubidri, Kurash Mestre, Achille Perrin, Sujay Samant and myself
USER IMMERSION We created several potential targets of travelers. We focused on three and created a detailed
trip scenario for each of them in order to find insights.
TARGET REFINEMENT We found that the formal
shoe was the less adapted to travel. We decided to focus on the Neo Businessman traveller, to create a shoe you can travel with for hours while keeping a formal style.
FROM EXPLORATION... After a post-it session, each of us sketched concepts according to different
axes : versatile, super specific, express, serious and comfort. Here are the one that I proposed.
This is what I proposed to refine
Small details have been added or removed to
validate the final proposition.
BIGGER DOUBLE PAGE AFTER SKETCHES UP SEMELLE EN ORANGE
ILLUSTRATED SCENARIO I made those illustrations, to quickly understand and describe our concept.
Follow the user & fit into a formal code
Provide comfort & efficiency during more active movements
3D MODEL During this project, I took the responsablility to create the entire shoe in 3D to help us make renders for the communication part. This was my first steps on Rhino.
FINAL PROPOSITION The idea is to have a clear cut on the shoe, with a formal front and a more sporty back and inside.
3D and colored Keyshot renders by me
Render by Maxime Catteau
Name and logo
Lunarlon sole, grip pads and formal â€œnoiseâ€? pad
City and date imprint stamped at the purchase
Semi-aniline full grain leather 3x dry fabric Flywire Polygiene fabric coating Polyurethane insole
Burnished stainless steel Rubber grips
3D and colored Keyshot renders by me
Render by Maxime Catteau
Immersion into the unknown - Personal Project - 3 weeks
CHALLENGE Bodysurfing is a sport where you surf with your body on the wave. I had to study the different techniques used by the professionals. Because of the power of the ocean, you can get easily hurt.
AIM Increase performance and safety for bodysurfers, keeping the aspect of freedom and fun.
EXPLORATION My research were mainly based on finding a solution to
float more on the water and protect the most exposed parts.
FINAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Design by experimentation - Personal project - 3 weeks
ANALYSIS EXISTING PROBLEMS
OBSERVATION AND DAILY USE One fact is that spectacles are not customizable in terms of usage. The user can not adjust them alone, especially the temples. Another fact is that they are made
of many pieces.
QUICK DOODLES For this project, I did quick sketches to illlustrate what I had in mind and to combine ideas together. I realised that to define spectacle shape, drawing wasnâ€™t enough...
EXPERIMENTATION (TABLE OF MOCK UP)
EXPERIMENTATION I experimented on different supports such as paper, plastic (laser cutted) and resine (3D printing) to find a good result. Each validation have been made with user tests.
CONCEPT The idea is to assemble the temples and the frame together without any mecanism to reduce the costs.
DETAILS The cuts into the temples give flexibility to bend them as you need in the front and the back.
FROM 3D TO REALITY The next step for this project was to 3D print the spectacles, sand them in order to paint them.
PICTURE STUDIO PEOPLE WEARING
Scooter & moped safety and protection
Evaluate my efficiency - Masterclass - 1 week
INSIGHT One of the reason why people do not take their helmet is that they donâ€™t them everywhere.
want to carry
QUICK CONCEPT I focused my research on the transportable aspect and the second not wearing it.
use when you are
FINAL PRODUCT My proposition was an helmet with an
electromagnetic lock to fix on the scooter directly or carry a second helmet while riding.
Paul Ă‰tienne MĂŠligne
Future of 3D Printing Design that matters - Masterclass - 1 week
HUMANITARIAN FIELD After a disaster, the access to the emergency site is often because of the rubbles
which hinder delivery of services and equipment. How can 3D printing quickly help offering shelters to people ?
RED CROSS 3D PRINTER The idea is to have a 3D printer that can build pieces to assemble together rubbles and3D recreate shelters. RED CROSS PRINTER The idea is to have a 3D printer that can build
pieces to assemble together rubbles and recreate shelters. To bring and use less raw material, the resine will be mix with water and sand to create the material
SCENARIO Arrival at the emergency site with the 3D printer
Checking the wreckage to find
materials and a spot
creation of shelters to starts operations
Apply what I learnt - Internship - 2 months
Mentors : Maxime Debuse & Pierre-Marie Cronier Other Interns : Emmanuel Delater, Ugo Fontaine, Adrien Séné
OUR MISSION Our brief was to create
a brand, starting from scratch, which enhances French craftmanship.
The idea was to study a technique first, in order to design a product using this technique in a new area.
LEADING ANALYSIS Each of us had to manage the team during the different phases of the project, I was
in charge of the analysis. The goal of this phase was to find and categorize the
different craftmen of France and define their techniques and specifications.
POST IT SESSION
PROTOTYPING With a defined product, we were able to prototype it, one part in wood, the other one in felt. I learnt create the felt part.
to stitch to
FINAL PRODUCT Soon in production with craftmen collaborations
COMMUNICATION In order to communicate around our project, we recored every steps of the project, to tell the story of it at the end
Video edition by Adrien Séné
“Corentin did a great internship : always motivated, he has a high level of care and attention. He can quickly adapt himself to different situations, and he is able to take decision when it is needed. It was a great time to have him in our studio, he is a good element for a team.” Maxime Debuse & Pierre-Marie Cronier
CORENTIN BOURRET 3rd year Product Design Student at DSK ISD Pune India email@example.com
PARTNERSHIPS Samsonite Team project 4 months
Luggage for 2030
Sept 2013 - Jan 2014
Phantom Lines Team project 4 months
Adapted travel shoe for Nike NSW
Up studio Masterclass 1 week
DCA Design International Masterclass 1 week
Ethos Masterclass 1 week
EDUCATION 2013 - 2014
Bachelor Degree in Product Design
DSK Insternational School of Design (ISD) Pune, INDIA 2011 - 2013
Foundation classes in Product Design
Institut Supérieur de Design (ISD) Valenciennes, FRANCE 2010
Future of 3D printing
Scooter and moped, safety and protection
Observe a specific environment and find opportunities
French High School Diploma (A-Level)
Scientific Baccalauréat with honours, Chambéry, FRANCE
SKILLS & TOOLS 2D
INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 2010 - 2011
Premier Pro, Sketchbook pro
Sketching : Hand and Digital
Exchange student in Ecuador
Unique experience, independance, curiosity and creativity
Softwares : Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign,
Softwares : Rhino, Solidworks, 3DSmax, Keyshot Prototyping : Quick mock up to validate volumes
WORK EXPERIENCES 2013
Studio Josette, 2-month internship in Lille FRANCE
Create a brand to enhance the French craftmanship aboard 2012
Barrés et Associés, 1-month internship in Lyon FRANCE
Work on project for Millet, Babolat...
Languages : French (Mother tongue), Spanish (Perfecto),
English (Fluent), Hindi (Zara sa)
Available from JULY 2014 to JANUARY 2015
THANK YOU FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME to have more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently working on the Electrolux Design Lab