With Degree Show Two: Design fast approaching, the MullenLowe NOVA Awards return with the second wave of nominees.
Featuring the work of graduating students from across seven programmes, the projects on view in Show Two span the fields of jewellery, textiles, graphic design, performance design, culture and enterprise, product design and architecture. Selected for their innovative creative approaches, the 28 nominated projects reflect the diverse talent of our students – from Louis Lupien’s architectural celebration of Croydon to Veronica Fabian’s jewellery designs which explore female self-identity; Andrea Liu’s textile creations with salmon skin leather to Kenn Lam’s graphic ode to library books and beyond.
Huge congratulations to all of the MullenLowe Group NOVA Award nominees for Show Two: Design:
Louis Lupien, BA Architecture
Tanit Cabau-Wolf, BA Architecture
Rachel Wilcock, BA Ceramic Design
Simon Kidd, BA Ceramic Design
Paolina Russo, BA Fashion Knitwear
Harry Henley-Freegard, BA Fashion Print
Florentin Aisslinger, BA Graphic Design
Kenn Lam, BA Graphic Design
Veronika Fabian, BA Jewellery Design
Shengyi Chen, BA Jewellery Design
Christopher Robin Montague Von Richthofen, BA Performance: Design and Practice
Fié Neo, BA Performance: Design and Practice
Charlotte Liebling, BA Product Design
Matt Canham, BA Product Design
Andrea Liu, BA Textile Design (Weave)
Zoe Atkinson, BA Textile Design (Print)
Shuna Luo, MA Character Animation
Marian Obando, MA Character Animation
Daniela Fardilha Barbeira, MA Graphic Communication Design
Erin Meisenzahl-Peace, MA Graphic Communication Design
Chloe Duran Stone, MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery
Xiaonan Zhang, MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery
Alexandre Colle, MA Industrial Design
Stanya Petkova, MA Industrial Design
Jen Keane, MA Material Futures
Katie-May Boyd, MA Material Futures
Erica Jensen, MA Narrative Environments
Ksenia Skosyrskikh, MA Narrative Environments
The MullenLowe NOVA Awards cover all the programmes featured in Central Saint Martins Degree Show One: Art and Degree Show Two: Design. The final five prizes will be awarded in July. Degree Show Two: Design opens to the public on Wednesday 20 June – follow the show and the awards using #MLGNOVA #CSMemerge.
2018 marks the 8th year of the MullenLowe NOVA Awards. The NOVA Awards are now established as a major event in the Central Saint Martins year, celebrating the most exceptional work from across the College. The partnership has recently been shortlisted for the Corporate Engagement Awards 2018, in the Arts and Culture Programme category. Launched in 2011 by Communicate magazine, the awards programme celebrates business collaborations that have excelled and push the boundaries. The winners will be announced on 26 June 2018.