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We create bespoke collaborations to take our partners on a transformative journey with Central Saint Martins.

Providing connection to the freshest creative thinking in the world, across every discipline, we deliver outstanding projects that achieve – and also challenge – the ambitions of our partners.

The coronavirus pandemic has not stopped the radical work that goes on between our partners and our creative community. Contact us to discover ways we can innovate together in these challenging times.

Email us to discuss how we can collaborate: innovation@csm.arts.ac.uk

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Project spotlight

Renault

MA Industrial Design students design the vehicles of the future

Nike

Fashion students were challenged to consider the future of garment making

  • Precious Fish by Sissel Gustavsen for the Swarovski Conscious Design Hub. Image by Anja Riedmann and Swarovski
    Precious Fish by Sissel Gustavsen for the Swarovski Conscious Design Hub. Image by Anja Riedmann and Swarovski

  • Work by Fine Art graduate Lea Spatium
    Work by Fine Art graduate Lea Spatium

  • Painting created for St Pancras Hospital as part of the installation 'The Journey'
    Painting created for St Pancras Hospital as part of the work 'The Journey' by BA Graphic Communication Design graduates Peggy Wang and Javier Godoy. Photo: Yole Quintero

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Innovation and Business 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.

  • Graduates in the Making

    At a time when community spirit and inclusion feel so vital, participation may be more important than ever. In February 2020, students gained insight into how communities can work together to plan and deliver meaningful projects.

  • Class of 2020: Work

    We take a look at the 2020 graduating students exploring the meanings of work.