During my Erasmus stay in Zürich, we (the exchange students) were told to start a personal project to compensate the theory courses we were not going to attend. According to how long we were going to stay there, the suggestion was to create a long-term “diary” of our experience where we would have to reveal the differences between Switzerland and our hometown.
In this case, the content was divided into three blocks (differences in how studies are structured, in personal relationships and in the vision of design), each one designed in a completely different way, and they were put together through a metal fastener. I chose this kind of binding aiming to lend some “diary” feeling to the booklet, the idea of something that is done as I go along with my stay there and that can be changed whenever I want to.
Booklet that puts together
a fragmented comparison
in design education between Switzerland and Spain.