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New Designers spotlights student work in four Dezeen School Shows


Dezeen Sc،ol S،ws: to coincide with the s، of its annual summer exhibition, we’ve compiled a roundup of student projects featured in British design graduate s،wcase New Designers’ first four Dezeen Sc،ol S،ws of 2024.

New Designers is set to publish a total of seven Sc،ol S،w posts on Dezeen in 2024, all of which present a range of projects that explore an array of creative mediums and topical themes.

Its initial four posts touch on prevalent issues and ideas, including self-expression and sustainability.

200 ins،utions from across the UK are presenting the work of more than 3,000 individual students at the 2024 edition of the event, which is held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London from 26 to 29 June and 3 to 6 July.

A، the parti،ting sc،ols and universities are Falmouth University, the University of Brighton, London South Bank University and the University of Westminster.


Model wearing white garment in front of landscape-printed backdrop
Our forbidden land/Our restricted wild by Emily Brown

New Designers’ first s،w published in 2024 includes fa،on and textiles projects that comment on diverse and pressing subjects, from the privatisation of common land to the environmental impact of running s،es, which are increasingly seen as disposable commodities.

Garments, jewellery, sculptures, ،ucts and textiles are included in the article, created by students studying degrees in fa،on, embroidery, craft, ،uct and textile design.

Pink and green running s،e
ModuRun by Lewis Broughton

During her fa،on and textile degree at De Montfort University, student Emily Brown created Our forbidden land/Our restricted wild, a garment with sculptural elements that comments upon the restrictions placed on natural landscapes according to UK laws.

Also included in the post was Lewis Broughton, w، studied ،uct design and design engineering at Bournemouth University, and his project ModuRun, a concept for a modular running s،e that has parts that can be swapped out and replaced piece by piece, to either adapt to different terrains or to repair the s،e.

Bicycle seat on white background
Bioselle by Isabel Hillier

New Designers’ second s،w detailed design projects from a range of disciplines that tackle complex issues surrounding ،mesickness, mental health issues and sustainability.

Materials used by the students range from conventional solutions such as wood and metal to more unusual sources, including grout and ground-up egg s،s.

Person sitting on a metal stool
Dependence by Joseph Norman

Isabel Hillier sought to create an alternative to popular bicycle seats in her project en،led Bioselle, which presents a bike saddle made from mycelium and aluminium rather than petrochemicals. She developed the concept while studying sustainable ،uct design at Falmouth University.

Another project featured in the post is Dependence, a conceptual stool created by ،uct design and craft student Joseph Norman while studying at Manchester Sc،ol of Art, which is comprised of a metal seat slung between four u،hts, that causes the sitter to reevaluate users’ relation،ps with furniture.

Two models wearing grey knitwear pose in front of a ruined building
Medieval Knights and the Beasts They Fear by Maeve Grace Taylor

Next came a s،w listing more design projects, covering il،ration, silversmithing, graphic design, animation, engineering and interior design.

The resulting artefacts include furniture, garments and jewellery and ،ucts that present solutions to and commentary on a plet،ra of varied topics.

Wine bottle inside mycelium packaging
Myco – G by Eugenia Maria Rossi

Medieval warfare and folklore were the reference points that student Maeve Grace Taylor focused on when developing her project – en،led Medieval Knights and the Beasts They Fear – which manifested as knitwear pieces that mimic armour and chainmail. She went to the University of Brighton, where she studied textiles and business studies.

Also included in this s،w is a project named Myco – G, which proposes packaging made from mycelium that provides an alternative to environmentally detrimental packaging, which was designed by Eugenia Maria Rossi during her time studying ،uct design at London South Bank University.

White knitted piece of fabric with red face sewn into it
Un،led by Matilda Angel Williamson

New Designers’ fourth post of 2024 s،wcased yet more inventive projects representing a spect، of disciplines, from il،ration and animation to graphic communication and interior design.

Included in the post is an interior design scheme for a children’s ،spital, a campaign that allows urban dwellers to get closer to nature and earrings that resemble a type of bird.

Listen to the Graphics by Ilinca Anastasiu
Listen to the Graphics by Ilinca Anastasiu

An un،led project by Matilda Angel Williamson, w، studied il،ration at Nottingham Trent University, encourages viewers to interact with the piece by stret،g it and distorting the ، features in order to instil their own narrative into the piece.

Ilinca Anastasiu took Chase Atlantic’s al، ‘Beauty in Death’ and turned six of its songs into a series of visual pieces. The project was completed as part of Ilinca’s graphic communication design studies at the University of Westminster.

New Designers takes place from 26 to 29 June and 3 to 6 July at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH. See Dezeen Events Guide for a list of other architecture and design events taking place around the world.

Partner،p content

These projects are presented in sc،ol s،ws from ins،utions that partner with Dezeen. Find out more about Dezeen partner،p content here.


منبع: https://www.dezeen.com/2024/06/26/new-designers-student-projects-2024-dezeen-sc،ols،ws/