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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

  • Class of 2020: Water

    With sea levels rising and the threats of drought growing, our lives are more vulnerable to the power of water, or lack thereof. From a collaboration with PUMA to the invention of the Ministry of Water, we look at the students exploring the value of

  • Class of 2020: Menstruation

    Two projects from this year’s graduates presented new products for menstruation. Here, we talk to Ines Duplessis, MA Industrial Design, and Amelia Kociolkowska, BA Product Design, about tools and taboos.

  • Absence/Presence at the National Memorial Arboretum

    BA Ceramic Design students create a public artwork marking 75 years since the end of the Second World War.

  • Class of 2020: The Body

    Depictions of the human body are a constant throughout art history. Here, we talk to the 2020 graduates who incorporate the body into their creative process – from performative drawing to explorations of illness.