Textiles students have been working on a drawing project that brings together data collection and analysis, and repurposing excess material to avoid it ending up in landfill.

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"After the Railway" is part of a two-year project that has looks at a town on the cusp of change.

Postgraduate taught, one year, full-time.

Three ECA textile students; Poppy Trayner, Alys Gilbert and Francesca Smyth, have placed joint-third place and winner respectively in the UK Regional Heat of the annual SDC International Design competition.

Part of the 2019/20 Design Informatics Research Seminar series

Part of the 2019/20 Design Informatics Research Seminar series

At this year's prestigious Graduate Fashion Week, three Edinburgh College of Art students take home awards for their sustainable and innovative creations.

Fashion designer Alexandra Fan was awarded twice at the Graduate Fashion Week Awards for her sustainable designs and is about to graduate in the first group of students participating in Donghua University and the University of Edinburgh’s partnership.

Come along to the Fire Station Building to chat about this project, have a look at the Free-Use Hub and exchange ideas on what can be done to improve sustainability throughout Edinburgh College of Art over drinks and nibbles.

Come along to the Fire Station Building to chat about this project, have a look at the Free-Use Hub and exchange ideas on what can be done to improve sustainability throughout Edinburgh College of Art over drinks and nibbles.

We welcome you to this seminar series on landscape-related themes, from land imaginaries, landscape design, research by design at the landscape scale, nature in the city, environmental and social resilience, climate change, food production, cartographic time, landscape and health, rural and peri-urban development, environmental humanities, cultural landscapes, to other fields of research related to the development of more sustainable environments.

Exploring flexible formwork techniques for a new era of sustainable construction.