Ten most popular Dezeen School Shows of 2021
We have now published over 170 school shows! As we approach the end of 2021, here are the ten most popular showcases of student work from throughout the year.
Dezeen School Shows provides universities with an affordable digital platform to put the work of their students in front of Dezeen's huge global audience of over three million monthly readers.
Read on for a selection of the most popular school shows published in 2021, and contact us for details and pricing at [email protected] if you would like to put on a Dezeen School Show.
December slots are still available, as well as dates throughout 2022.
Dezeen School Shows is complemented by our new resource Dezeen Courses, which launched in September. This new service presents details of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses, as well as short courses and remote learning programmes.
Dezeen Courses provides an essential resource for anyone wanting to study architecture, interior design or any design-related discipline.
Read on for a selection of the most popular school shows we published in 2021:
Interior Design BFA and MFA
From a building that could purify contaminated floodwater to analysing how to improve users' airport experiences (above), these projects by interior design students at Pratt Institute explore how interiors affect our environment and behaviour.
The digital exhibition displays a selection of ten projects by students on both the school's undergraduate and postgraduate interior design courses.
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University for the Creative Arts
BA (Hons) Illustration and Animation and BA (Hons) Illustration
An animation exploring a student's fear of the unknown after graduating and a project which examines the human destruction of coral reefs (above) is included in this school show by students at the University for the Creative Arts.
The ten projects were selected from the studios of the undergraduate BA illustration and combined BA illustration and animation courses.
Lucerne School of Art and Design, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Bachelor VS Jewellery
Jewellery designed to enhance people's connection with dogs, glasses that improve with age and a jewellery prototype that resists facial recognition technology (above) are among projects by students at the Lucerne School of Art and Design that feature in this school show.
This trio of projects are presented alongside five further school shows from Lucerne University containing projects by students from its product, textiles and lighting design courses.
Hongik University, Korea
BA Industrial Design
Hongik University, Korea presented ten projects by students enrolled on the institution’s BA Industrial Design course.
The digital exhibition features a fashion store (above) designed to reference a garden and a series of cocktail-making objects intended to enhance the work of bartenders (top image).
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Graduate Thesis Projects
School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s school show presented ten graduate thesis projects by architecture students.
This school show presented a variety of projects, including one using hand-drawing techniques to explore "contemporary ruins" and another that examines how "house museums" serve as an opportunity to think about the way architecture communicates (above).
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Monash Architecture, Monash University
Bachelor of Architectural Design, Master of Architecture
A project that addresses the lack of public space in Beirut (above) and an urban care home designed to enhance dementia patients' quality of life are included in this showcase by students of Monash University.
The ten projects were created by undergraduate and postgraduate students of the university’s architecture faculty.
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Ravensbourne University London
BA (Hons) Architecture, BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures and BA (Hons) Urban Landscape Architecture
Ravensbourne University London displays nine student projects in its showcase, including one which explores rituals around death through the use of mycelium and a pandemic-necessitated digital repair centre (above).
The ten highlighted projects were drawn up by undergraduate students from across the studios of architecture, interior and urban landscape design.
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Sydney Design School
Diploma of Interior Design and Advanced Diploma of Interior Design
A hotel interior informed by drag culture and a hospitality space that has a zero food waste philosophy (above) are among projects presented by Sydney Design School in its showcase.
The show features ten projects by students enrolled on the school’s interior design diploma courses.
L’ecole de design Nantes Atlantique
MDes Care Design, MDes City Design, MDes Food Design, MDes Digital Design, MDes Media Design, MDes Design and Innovation Management in apprenticeship, MDes Transcultural Design – China studio, MDes Transcultural Design – Brazil studio, MDes Transcultural Design – India studio, MDes Design and Entrepreneurship – Le Studio Montréal
A lamp that helps individuals with bipolar disorder understand their behavioural changes (above) and a drone programme tackling beaches affected by algae are among projects by students from a wide range of courses at L’ecole de design Nantes Atlantique.
The ten showcased proposals were drawn up by undergraduates and postgraduates from across the school's architecture, furniture and interior design courses.
The New School's Parsons School of Design
Architectural Design (BFA), Architecture (MArch), Industrial Design (MFA), Interior Design (AAS), Interior Design (BFA), Interior Design (MFA), Lighting Design (MFA), Product Design (BFA)
The nine featured projects in this showcase by The New School's Parsons School of Design were completed by both undergraduate and postgraduate students across the studios of architecture and design.
They include a project exploring how architecture is integral to healing trauma and another investigating how bioluminescence could change our relationship to interiors (above).
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