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3D Design and Product Design

Green and pearl coloured sculpture
Green and pearl coloured sculpture
MA Design (Ceramics); MA Design (Furniture); MA Design (Jewellery), Ceramic sculpture by Samuel Gull, Show 2, © John Sturrock

Learning from experts in the field, you’ll explore a range of techniques, materials and technologies – from ceramic design to industrial design – to create your vision for our future.

Courses

  • Image of a fully furnished living space showing a light and wooden lampshade, sofa, stool, coffee table and bookshelves
    Foundation Diploma in Art and Design | Curriculum Area: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture | Product Design and Ceramics, Product Design by Beth Williams, Foundation Show, © Martin Slivka
    Pre-degree

    Hone your technical skills on a specialist route or choose an open curriculum. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a relevant degree.

  • Four colourful ceramic vases each stone on three metal legs
    BA Ceramic Design, Ceramic vases with abstract decoration by Joely Clinkard, shortlisted for the MullenLowe NOVA Awards, Show 2, © John Sturrock
    Undergraduate

    Work alongside industry experts as you develop your craft and build your knowledge. Gain skills in courses such as product and industrial design.

  • Stool prototype with black legs and a pale yellow seat
    MA Industrial Design, Stool prototypes by Dominik Wiecek, © Ben Turner
    Postgraduate

    Take your studies to the next level as you develop specialist skills with a particular focus. Further your career as you deepen your research.

  • A lightbulb beneath a round bowl filled with water beside a black plant pot holding a green plant
    Foundation Diploma in Art and Design | Curriculum Area: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture | Product Design and Ceramics, Product Design by Rowena Potter, Foundation Show, © Martin Slivka
    Short Courses

    Get a taste of this subject area as you learn applicable skills in courses such as sustainable product design and ceramics.

Rayedah, BA (Hons) Product Design

Facilities

  • Student and Technician working in the studio
    Shuqi Chen and Taslim Martin (Specialist Technician Ceramics), Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Camberwell College of Arts

    Discover our workshops and facilities for 3D and product design at Camberwell College of Arts

  • Student sat at a desk in the studio
    BA Product and Furniture Design, George Bell in the studio, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Chelsea College of Arts

    Discover our workshops and facilities for 3D and product design at Chelsea College of Arts

  • Student at a potter's wheel working with clay
    BA (Hons) Ceramic Design, Salla Luhtasela working in the ceramics studio, Case study, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Central Saint Martins

    Discover our workshops and facilities for 3D and product design at Central Saint Martins

  • Student at a desk holding an orange sculpture
    BA Design for Branded Spaces, Noel Garland in the studio
    London College of Communication

    Discover our workshops and facilities for 3D and product design at London College of Communication

  • Student sat at a desk surrounded by computing equipment
    MSc Creative Computing, Anna Tsuda in the studio, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    UAL Creative Computing Institute

    Discover our workshops and facilities for 3D and product design at UAL Creative Computing Institute

Graduate Showcase

Get inspired by work from our most recent 3D design and product design graduates.

Visit the Showcase.

A wooden building miniature with yellow figurines
BA Spatial Design, building miniature by Chiara Ravaioli, © Lewis Bush

Stories

  • Hand reaching for clay objects
    Ignition firing

    The Community Kiln

    Building on Ignition – a public participation project connecting people with clay – the staff and students of BA Ceramic Design have created a community kiln at The Skip Garden.

  • Group of students working with course leader
    Ramazan Kisa and Seda Cicek working with Course Leader Valerie Mace, BA (Hons) Spatial Design (now called Design for Branded Spaces), London College of Communication © Alys Tomlinson

    Ramazan Kisa from Turkey

    Ramazan, from Kahramanmaraş in Turkey, made the move to London to develop his skills in spatial design. Hear about his experience as a UAL student and his advice to anyone thinking about applying.

  • Man holding furniture over toilet
    Sloot, Alfred Low Wei Leong BA Product Design

    Prison cell furniture for the future

    Students from BA Product Design worked under the guidance of academics from the Design Against Crime Research Centre to improve prison cell furniture

  • © Alys Tomlinson
    © Alys Tomlinson

    YuQi from Hangzhou

    Hear from UAL student YuQi Sun, who left her hometown of Hangzhou in China to study in London.