Meet the New Designers

July 8, 2015 / OLD news posts, Uncategorized
  • Oscar Copping from Loughborough’s School of the Arts 3D Design Course creates these ceramic vessels which visually capture the energy of the firing process.

    Oscar Copping from Loughborough’s School of the Arts 3D Design Course creates these ceramic vessels which visually capture the energy of the firing process.

  • Emily Skinner graduated last year and her brand Evan James Design has created the ‘Coded Rose’ range – handprinted cushions that release a light rose scent when you lean on them.

    Emily Skinner graduated last year and her brand Evan James Design has created the ‘Coded Rose’ range – handprinted cushions that release a light rose scent when you lean on them.

  • Marc Wood from Nottingham Trent’s Furniture and Product Design course designed the ‘Curves Console’. It is inspired by parabolic curves and produced using a combination of steam bending techniques and algorithmic computer modeling processes.

    Marc Wood from Nottingham Trent’s Furniture and Product Design course designed the ‘Curves Console’. It is inspired by parabolic curves and produced using a combination of steam bending techniques and algorithmic computer modeling processes.

  • Heather Scott’s solid oak chopping boards are beautifully simple and well made pieces of design, with blackened edges and a chamfer on the underside to make them easier to pick up.

    Heather Scott’s solid oak chopping boards are beautifully simple and well made pieces of design, with blackened edges and a chamfer on the underside to make them easier to pick up.

  • Eleanor Richards’ simple but perfectly formed concrete and wood salt and pepper mills are created using local materials. She hopes that they will be available to buy from September.

    Eleanor Richards’ simple but perfectly formed concrete and wood salt and pepper mills are created using local materials. She hopes that they will be available to buy from September.

The ‘New Designers’ show, which took place last week at the Business Design Centre in London, saw over 3,000 of this year’s most creative and talented design graduates from across the nation showcase their work.

Browse the gallery to see our pick of the most exciting projects and names to watch…