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Awards

The school supports an array of awards that provide exciting opportunities for our students to highlight their skills and ideas, to work on different projects and offer students special recognition for their work.


Enterprise Awards

This school organised competition highlights the commercial potential of our students’ projects.

Our graduating students were asked to illustrate how their project had commercial potential, showing their understanding of their market, target audience and viability of their design. The entries were presented to a panel of industry leaders who critiqued and judged the projects and then awarded the winning designs.

The judges for the 2020 Enterprise Awards are from Joseph Joseph, Princess Yachts, Dyson and Cambridge Consultants.

The winners were announced throughout the day on Wednesday 24th June on our social media channels.

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Congratulations to all the winning students, and thank you to all the judges.


New Designers Awards

These awards support the New Designers exhibition and are an integral part of the event, with industry partners awarding the very best graduates.

The New Designers exhibition will host the awards programme digitally in 2020 – for more information on who the Industry Awards Partners are visit New Designers.

New Designers

Winners will be announced during London Design Festival in September 2020.


Industry Live Project Awards

This intense 7-day project requires our final year students to work on a brief set by industry partners.

The industry project is an opportunity for the students to experience working on a design challenge set by world class design consultancies. This involves defining a product opportunity based upon design research an producing a solution to a real-life scenario within specific considerations and constraints.

The 2020 design briefs have been set by Panasonic, DCA and Seymour Powell. The winners from each brief were chosen by these brief providing companies.

Seymour Powell brief

The brief: Enhance an existing personal device or home appliance by incorporating modularity.

The winners were announced throughout the day on Thursday 25th June on our social media channels.

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Congratulations to all the winning students, and thank you to all the judges.

DCA brief

The brief: Design a product that allows you to escape from the digital world and embrace the physical world.

The winners were announced throughout the day on Thursday 25th June on our social media channels.

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Lalith Sanathi

2nd

“We were impressed with the communication of the idea through good presentation and layout. The visuals were eye catching and communicated the idea effectively.”

Congratulations to all the winning students, and thank you to all the judges.

Panasonic brief

The brief: Explore and select one area in our lives in which we generate a significant impact of waste, and explore how we can change people’s behaviour for the better with a physical product at the heart.

The winners were announced throughout the day on Thursday 25th June on our social media channels.

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Congratulations to all the winning students, and thank you to all the judges.