London exhibitions showcase BA Interior & Spatial Design students’ creations
Wallpaper design by Martina Bergamo, BA Interior & Spatial Design
Chelsea’s BA Interior & Spatial Design students are currently exhibiting their work at two of London’s most interesting museums and galleries. The William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow and the Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square are both hosting public displays showcasing the range of skills students have developed on the course and show creative responses to briefs for two very different design challenges: wallpaper and dolls’ houses.
On display at the William Morris Gallery’s Discovery Lounge until 26 March, the public are able to see a wallpaper sample book created by students with inspiration from a visit to the gallery and nearby Lloyd Park.
While at the Foundling Museum until 3 April, visitors can see a series of dolls’ houses created by students displayed on the eighteenth-century refectory table in the Committee Room there, which aim to create spaces for imaginary children to live.
You can view some more of the work from these exhibitions below, or visit the institutions for yourself.
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And find out more about studying BA Interior & Spatial Design at Chelsea on our courses page.