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Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design programme

This programmes consists of the following courses

Sponsored projects

Every year our students undertake industry collaborations through sponsored projects and graduate consultancy projects. The clients set a brief to students, creating the opportunity to develop multiple innovative concepts, services or experiences directly for industry.

  • A modern watch strapped on a persons arm

    Visa Europe

    Visa Europe challenged design students and recent graduates to imagine how a wearable payment device could look and function by 2020.

  • A woman wearing a black hat looking down

    Huawei

    Huawei collaborated with students from our MA Industrial Design and MA Design courses to reimagine smartphone accessories.

  • A photograph of a person with an illustration of a futuristic vehicle placed over the top

    Renault

    Renault and Central Saint Martins came together to create a design competition focused on the future of autonomous driving

Central Saint Martins Queen's Anniversary Award

Manifesto

Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design Manifesto [PDF, 3.2MB]

Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design Programme stories

  • TrashCAN

    Igniting sustainable entrepreneurship, this project connects young people from Somers Town Youth Club with students studying BA Product Design.

  • Graduates take up residence at MAKE

    Graduates emerging from their studies with innovative and engaged practices took up residence at MAKE @ Story Garden. Over five months, they created and lead collaborative community projects including clay activism and hoarding hacks.

  • Why the router of the future floats

    Three tasked MA Industrial Design students to re-think the router. In the hands of the winning student team, this oft-ignored box is transformed into a levitating gaming crystal.

  • Hybrid Futures

    Hybrid Futures gathered together a constellation of voices and perspectives on the contested relationship between humans and machines. Here, Dr Betti Marenko – Reader in Design and Techno-Digital Futures – shares her reflections on the event