London exhibition for Interior Architecture students

Recently our final year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture students travelled down to London to display their work at the annual Free Range exhibition.

Recently our final year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture students travelled down to London to display their work at the annual Free Range exhibition. Their work was on display for a weekend and was open to view by the public and industry members.

Free Range has become the number one opportunity for new graduates to showcase their work to both public and industry. Located just north of Whitechapel in the city centre, the Free Range exhibitions present the work of thousands of art, design students in several distinct categories including fashion, art, graphics, photography and interior design.

The name and theme of the students showcase was 'Bricking It' and included work from their final major projects. The work demonstrated complex responses to design challenges showing evidence to skills the students had picked up on placement and in competing in national competitions. Viewers at the event described the work as being "very well presented with great visual representations."

On describing the exhibiting students, BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design Course Leader Ellen Thorogood said: "Our students look forward to inspiring and dynamic careers within Architecture, Interior Architecture, Design, Property, Retail and Branding. As a year group they will be missed, their focus and drive throughout their final year has been immense and we hope that the relationships we have forged will continue to grow."

London exhibition for Interior Architecture students

Published on 16 July 2015
  • Category: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment

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