New Designers

Falmouth University

Course name : BA(Hons) Sustainable Product Design
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The rapid increase in public awareness for environmental and societal issues provides the critical context that inspires the Sustainable Product Design course to deliver positive change. Our students are guided by ethical and moral compasses that focus their creative talents to address sustainability challenges in every project they do. Sustainable Product Design is an undergraduate course for people who are motivated by the environmental and societal challenges of the world today. Design studios, manual and digital workshops, visiting lecturers from industry and real world briefs create a rich learning experience that nurtures academic and practical skills in sustainable design. This truly unique course unites ethical and profitable innovation in order to show the value of design thinking in addressing many of the super wicked problems that face humankind today. Based within the School of Architecture Design and Interiors situated on the Falmouth Campus in Cornwall, UK. The course focuses on working directly with project partners from across the county and UK to create real world design briefs where a sustainable solution or insight is sought. Students are empowered through real world research skills alongside the use of leading-edge design tools to create impactful design ideas that demonstrate how design can be harnessed as a powerful and ethically aware tool for change.

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Linda Scerpella, Brunel University, Stand VC13 was our @pentlandbrands Award Winner. The Judges commented, Linda delivered a professional, thought-provoking presentation alongside demonstrating skills in a broad range of disciplines. We sensed Linda’s hardworking ethos and excitement to learn.’ #nd19 #graphic #motionarts #graphicdesign ⁠
'The Montieren Collection,' designed by William Sharp, Glasgow School of Art, Stand JC24. Winner of the @hallmark Award. Congratulations Again Will! @willsharpjewellery⁠

The judges commented, ‘We loved William’s concept for its intelligence, interactivity and its sustainable responsibility.’ #nd19 #designer #university #graduate #creator #maker #jewellery #structure #craft ⁠
The winner of the W’innovate & Wilko Award was Joe Deakin from Birmingham City University, Stand FP59. Joe's work explored a range of kitchen accessories designed to utilise lost space within the kitchen environment, such as a knife locking system embedded into counter top and a pop-up salt and pepper storage holder. Congratulations again! @lovewilko #nd19 #graduate #university #homeware #kitchen #knife #maker #creator #student ⁠
Keith Brymer Jones, Potter and Ceramic Designer from Make International loved Millie Suu-Kyi work. @milliesuukyi was on the Nottingham Trent Stand JC3 in Week 2 ⁠

#nd19 #maker #creator #graduate #university #newdesigners #ceramics