Anna Bosch

Interview with Anna Bosch, Silver Laus Award

Anna Bosch has been awarded by the Association of Graphic Designers and Art Directors of the FAD (ADG-FAD) with a Silver Laus Award, Student category, for her Final Project of the Bachelor of Design 'No aparcar'.

Anna, what does this award mean to you?
For me, this award is a reward for the work behind this project. To all the content management around the idea, the selection of collaborators and the elaboration of the typography and general design. However, this Final Degree Project is a re-titling and the fact that it has been selected is a great recognition of the work done over the years.

‘No aparcar' is an editorial project whose common thread is a specific space: the garage. How did you choose this theme?
The idea arose from the observation of a peculiar garage and hence the obsession with these spaces. I've always been interested in architecture in general and in analysing how it is transformed through the experience and uses that people make of it. So, focusing on the garage to talk about people and this form of society in which we live seemed interesting to me.

And if you had to define EINA, how would you do it Anna?
EINA for me is a space where I spent 4 years of my life and where I learnt the bases with which I am now working. It is also a connection with design and art professionals who have marked me all my life and with many of whom I still have a relationship. EINA teachers have been my professional colleagues and friends and this makes me consider EINA as something important in my life, because of the people.

No aparcar
No aparcar
Anna Bosch
Anna Bosch
Anna Bosch
Anna Bosch