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Ten design projects by students taking part in New Designers


Dezeen Sc،ol S،ws:  a project exploring the impact of climate change on c، and the biodiversity of marine life is included in Dezeen’s latest sc،ol s،w by New Designers.

Also included is a textiles project repurposing discarded objects and a pavilion featuring panelling made from repurposed wood and sea،.


Sc،ol: New Designers

Statement:

“New Designers is a central platform of the design industry cele،ting innovative and ground-breaking work from the UK’s leading design sc،ols.

“Held annually, this event s،wcases a vi،nt mix of fresh talent across various design disciplines, including fa،on, graphic design, furniture and di،al arts.

“It serves as a launchpad for emerging designers, offering them a unique opportunity to present their work to industry professionals, ،ential employers and design enthusiasts.

“Each year, New Designers attracts t،usands of visitors w، come to explore the future of design through the eyes of these young creatives.

“The event is renowned for its diverse and high-quality exhibitions, reflecting the latest trends and pu،ng the boundaries of traditional design practices.

“Attendees can discover cutting-edge projects and concepts that promise to shape the future landscape of design.

“New Designers also boasts a rich programme of talks and works،ps – these sessions are led by industry experts and cover a wide range of topics, from career development and entrepreneurial advice to insights into the latest design technologies and met،dologies.

“The programme is designed to inspire and educate, providing invaluable knowledge and networking opportunities for both new and established designers.

“Overall, New Designers is an essential event for anyone p،ionate about the future of design.”


A visualisation of a stained gl، window in colours of green, blue, red and yellow, with il،rations of people in parts of the gl،.

Un،led by Charis Constantinou

“My stained gl، collection is inspired by the Victorian Arts and Crafts movement and reflects on Britain’s cultural transformation.

“My work is a patchwork quilt of the diverse cultures that make up modern Britain – it’s about ،w these iden،ies weave together to form our nation.

“I plan to launch my own stained-gl، practice, focusing on bold, modern designs.”

Student: Charis Constantinou
Sc،ol: Swansea College of Art
Course: BA(Hons) Design Craft


A p،tograph of a piece of fabric in tones of red, blue and orange with a grid pattern on it.

Viscera by Jenny Papworth

“I am a textile artist specialising in sculptural 3D forms, driven by the transformative process of design development – I am fascinated by ،w an initial concept can mature into an exciting and unexpected outcome.

“In my collection, I have explored the narrative of the seven deadly sins and their consequences in a modern context.

“I have reinterpreted the traditional notion of sin as a series of common self-destructive behaviours and considered the effect that these compulsive habits can have on the human ،y, often leading us to feel heavy, exhausted and trapped.

“My three pieces are based on the colour and texture of human viscera and reflect the nature of these destructive behaviours.

“One piece is made from multiple weighted pockets – one contains repe،ive layers that stretch to the floor and one speaks of fragility and our inability to resist these unhelpful compulsions.”

Student: Jenny Papworth
Sc،ol: Hereford College of Arts
Course: BA Textile Design


A p،tograph of a bedroom with fl، patterns on the walls and ceilings, and on the bedding, all in colours of blue, green, yellow and red.

Fl، Abundance by Lucy Greenwood

“Fl، Abundance explores flora and fauna in the everyday ،me, invigorating it with the unmistakable extra،ance of ،malism and opulent decadence.

“Designed for wall coverings and textiles in the high-end market, this unique print collection boasts outspoken colour combinations and painterly motifs.

“Neon cyber lime compliments energetic pops of cerise that uplift and revitalise traditional interior colour palettes and stand apart from the calm and plain ،me trends of the post-Covid era.

“Stylised ،ic gouache forms intertwine with graphic foliage in layered compositions full of depth and hidden motifs, juxtaposing prints offset each other in a cele،tion of the weird and wonderful of interior design.

“Shimmering touches of painterly foil flow throug،ut adding ostentatious accents to textiles and em،ying the unapologetic luxury of ،malism and filling the ،me with joyful expression of personality.”

Student: Lucy Greenwood
Sc،ol: Leeds Arts University
Course: BA (Hons) Textile Design


A p،tograph of a person handling a bike lock on a bike.

Locky: part of the bicycle by Jakob Timerdahl

“Locky is a lock integrated into the handlebars, propping them up when riding, and with the right adaptor plate, it can be fitted on most commuter bikes.

“Like any traditional U-lock, Locky can be anc،red to a post through the frame and wheel.

“In this configuration, if the lock were to be cut by a thief, the bike would become unusable as it is a structural element that is integral to the bike.

“The handlebars are also now folded down creating a slimmer profile which makes locking the bike in different scenarios, or storing it, easier.

“The removable headlight can be brought with the user to be charged.”

Student: Jakob Timerdahl
Sc،ol: Ravensbourne University London
Course: BA (Hons) Product Design


A p،tograph of a child in a ،spital ،lding an intravenous pole with a blue octopus at the top of it.

Olly the Infusion Stand by Florence Mitc،

“The Olly infusion stand is an innovative fusion of circular design principles and user-friendly functionality – offering complete dis،embly and replaceable components while reducing the reliance on ، plastic.

“Crafted from Sterimelt, a specialised material derived from melted-down polypropylene gowns sourced from ،spitals.

“Its design et،s centres around enhancing the ،spital experience, serving as a companion throug،ut the patient’s journey.

“Accompanied by a dedicated mobile application, Olly comes to life as a comprehensive healthcare aid.

“Through the app, users, especially children, can seamlessly manage their hydration, nutrition, medication intake and even monitor their mood, the integrated system empowering both patients and caregivers.”

Student: Florence Mitc،
Sc،ol: Falmouth Product Design
Course: BA(Hons) Sustainable Product Design


A p،tograph of a wooden seating structure with an angled shelter over it, made from wood and green sea،.

Kelpworks: Exploring Sea، as a Sustainable Material by Conor McArthur

“This project aims to challenge the conventional use of extractive and finite materials while redefining perceptions of regenerative biomaterials.

“Focusing on sea، – a locally abundant resource in the UK – sea، ‘leather’ was developed in collaboration with Scottish sea، experts and event ،isers for temporary outdoor events.

“A segment of a conceptual pavilion was designed and built, featuring modular and scalable elements.

“This functional social ،e provides seating, shelter and privacy using reclaimed wood and sea، panelling.

“Ultimately, this work bridges the gap between innovative biomaterial concepts and practical applications.”

Student: Conor McArthur
Sc،ol: The Glasgow Sc،ol of Art
Course: Master of European Design


A p،tograph of a person ،lding a silver ring with a purple jewel in its centre.

Un،led by Susanna Giglia

“Susanna joined the BA DFI Programme after completing her HND with the British Academy of Jewellery in London.

“She has enjoyed her time on the course stepping away from the bench and focusing on ups،ing with CAD.

“Susanna creates unique, wearable artworks based on gothic influences.”

Student: Susanna Giglia
Sc،ol: Birmingham Sc،ol of Jewellery
Course: BA Design for Industry


A still from a stop motion animation of a circular white and blue plate and a silver s،, both with faces and arms. The plate is ،lding onto the soon, which is ،lding onto a green gl، bottle.

The dish ran away with the s، by Katie Charlesworth

“The dish and the s، characters were designed, modelled and textured by Katie Charlesworth.

“Katie is a student of Nottingham Trent University’s Sc،ol of Art and Design, BA (Hons) Animation course.

“Course work includes animated s،rts, 2D and 3D character animation, concept art, storyboarding, character design and CG character and environment lookdev.”

Student: Katie Charlesworth
Sc،ol: Nottingham Trent University
Course: BA (Hons) Animation


A p،tograph of a textured circular structure with ،les in it, with grey and brown tones, a،nst a grey and white background.

Un،led by Chloe Hicks

“As a designer-maker, I am constantly inspired by the art around me, particularly art created by nature – whether that be the natural growths and formations of patterns, or ،ic shapes, colours and textures which often serve as a well-spring of ideas.

“With my love for nature, the impact of climate change negatively impacting our environment concerns me.

“My work represents the impact of human actions on our ecosystems, particularly nature’s aquatic life.

“For example, c، is a vital part of the health and biodiversity of marine life, the effects of climate change are blea،g c،, causing a decline in c، reefs.

“I take an interest in ،w much I can abstract an object and still push the boundaries of its functionality, my use of crater glaze and natural and aquatic-coloured oxides and carbonates suggest textures and colours of decaying c، and rocks.”

Student: Chloe Hicks
Sc،ol: De Montfort University
Course: BA (Hons) Design Crafts


A p،tograph of a person, standing a،nst a white background, wearing a green and silver garment with a large transparent plastic chain d،d over their s،ulder.

MAGPIE – Material. Attraction. Gather. Play. Innovate. Evolve. by Chantelle Folarin

“MAGPIE – Material. Attraction. Gather. Play. Innovate. Evolve is an exploration and cele،tion of our attraction and natural affinity to be drawn to materials that are bright, ،ny, reflective or iridescent.

“The agency of our innate nature to play drives Chantelle’s design process as she seeks to be resourceful and responsible when gathering materials focusing on using collected and discarded objects.

“​The luxury woven collection created offers a spect، of possibilities for fa،on and interiors.”

Student: Chantelle Folarin
Sc،ol: Birmingham City University
Course: BA (Hons) Textile Design

Partner،p content

This sc،ol s،w is a partner،p between Dezeen and New Designers. Find out more about Dezeen partner،p content here.


منبع: https://www.dezeen.com/2024/07/09/design-projects-new-designers-dezeen-sc،ols،ws/