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Year 2 – Sharing Exhibition

This year Year 2 students led an pop-up work-in-progress Design Research Studio exhibition and open presentation session in the new A3 Lobby space – well done to everyone who participated and made it happen! Looking forward to the next one!

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Year 2 – Sharing Exhibition

This year Year 2 students led an pop-up work-in-progress Design Research Studio exhibition and open presentation session in the new A3 Lobby space – well done to everyone who participated and made it happen! Looking forward to the next one!

Producing Future Homes and Communities with Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London

Join students and staff of Interior and Spatial Design from Chelsea College of Arts, along with a motley crew of collaborators, for a week-long exploration of future communities. Together we will produce public and private spaces and imagine their significance

Producing Future Homes and Communities with Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London

Join students and staff of Interior and Spatial Design from Chelsea College of Arts, along with a motley crew of collaborators, for a week-long exploration of future communities. Together we will produce public and private spaces and imagine their significance

After Archive: Some Adventures of Unusual Things

An exhibition with drinks, snacks and holiday cheer Tuesday 5 December 2017 5 – 8 pm, drop in between 6 – 8 pm and join the curated conversation Red Room, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, 16 John

After Archive: Some Adventures of Unusual Things

An exhibition with drinks, snacks and holiday cheer Tuesday 5 December 2017 5 – 8 pm, drop in between 6 – 8 pm and join the curated conversation Red Room, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, 16 John

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BA Interior and Spatial Design student Ricky Tong wins inaugural Wayward Sustainable Design Award

The Wayward Sustainable Design Award is a new prize given at this year’s Undergraduate Summer Show to a graduating student who has demonstrated responsible reuse and sustainability in their work. BA Interior and Spatial Design student Ricky Tong was this year’s

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BA Interior and Spatial Design student Ricky Tong wins inaugural Wayward Sustainable Design Award

The Wayward Sustainable Design Award is a new prize given at this year’s Undergraduate Summer Show to a graduating student who has demonstrated responsible reuse and sustainability in their work. BA Interior and Spatial Design student Ricky Tong was this year’s