KADK students at the B&O Innovation Camp

Cooperation and business


For the fourth consecutive year, KADKs students took part, when Bang & Olufsen assembled students with an interest in technology at an Innovation Camp in their Struer headquarters. At this year’s Conceptual Design & Development of Innovative Products Camp, the students worked on developing ideas in the fields of design, architecture, media and user design.


Workshop with Mikkel Wenge, industrial designer at the B & O and graduate from KADK
B&O in Struer
Students in a busy workshop

The camp serves as a summer school, with students from all over the world. This year 41 students from six different countries took part.

Students are given a unique opportunity to work together with engineers from Bang & Olufsen, while the world-famous company in return hopes to get loads of new knowledge and feedback out of the event. This year’s camp kicked off on 27 June and ended on 15 July.

"We are proud to have sent two extremely talented students to this year’s B&O Innovation Camp. There was a very special chemistry, when our design students were plunged into B&Os development environment, working on projects with the factory in Struer and with other students from all over the world."
Tine Kjølsen
Head of School, School of Design