Speculating about the future is fundamental to Central Saint Martins’ art and design practices.
Whether reinterpreting traditional craft, or harnessing emerging technology, we continually evaluate production models, material lifecycles and consumer culture. Through collaboration we help businesses, organisations and communities reframe constraints into opportunities that find a balance between people, planet and economy.
Phone 020 7514 7296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we can collaborate to build a more sustainable future.
Palestinian embroidery collective Women in Hebron and BA Textile Design students collaborate, crossing borders with stitches on Six Branch project
What happens when designers and scientists discuss the future of materials... in a spaceship?
Young designers create a manifesto to promote positive change in the fashion industry.
Can designers embrace biological technologies to harness and exploit big data in the pursuit of a sustainable future?
Reducing risk and promoting cycle usage through the design of cycling-related objects and environments.
Extending the economic reach and preserving the traditions of Peruvian handcraft against mass-produced goods.