Tanya Gomez has spent four years planning and making the installation which is in a historical exhibition at the Palace of Versailles.
Two teams of University of Brighton design students have won awards in a prestigious global competition run by the Royal College of Art.
“My final major project, Design Privitruism, is an exploration of the privilege of the designer, and how that determines the macro/meso/micro level of pro-social design interventions.”
James Tooze assembled the team from the School of Architecture and Design to respond to an urgent call for more PPE for those working with patients with coronavirus.
George Gilliatt, a Product Design student, did a year-long placement with Lego in Denmark. We spoke to him about this experience and his course. Read More
VacHumme, created by student Tom Harding, is an almost fully automated ‘dusting drone’. It operates via an AI mapping function and is designed to fly around a single room, cleaning every surface it can reach. Read More
Our brilliant staff have been speaking to packed out audiences and showing them around our creative spaces today at our Moulsecoomb open day. Read More