Annabel Hood won in the Silversmithing category for her beaker design “London’s Leopard”
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In the School of Design we develop methods and approaches to people and culture that equip our students to design excellence into our lives.
We are not just designing artefacts. By understanding the world around us, and understanding where design vision and ideas lie within a global context, we develop challenges to the way we live. Through a process of collaboration, we encourage students to build with us a collective philosophy of what design is and what it might become.
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Samir Mehanović has received the nomination for "Mouth of Hell", which he directed and co-wrote.
Ruaridh McIntosh Turner has picked up the award for his 2nd-year film project.
Announcing the details of the talks scheduled for the second semester of this academic year.
Students producing Edinburgh-themed colouring book for Dragon’s Glen competition.
Ella graduated with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design in 2006 and an MDes in 2008. She currently lives in Mexico and teaches Social Design Practice at Tecnologico de Monterry.
Product Design student, Elliot Benjamin, makes use of the space to gain feedback for a co-housing project.
The funded micro-residency is intended to support recent graduates and current students
After graduating in 2007, Helga returned to Iceland where she has been making and exhibiting her work.
The symposium explored the theme of 'landscape'.