Pastel-toned collage of a low-level timber-clad building and a woodland area

Seven Dezeen School Shows presenting undergraduate projects

Dezeen School Shows: undergraduate student projects from a variety of architecture and design courses are included in this roundup of Dezeen School Shows.

From product design and industrial design to interior design and architecture, these school shows exhibit a range of talent from students in their first years of university.

The selection features projects from UK universities, including Oxford Brookes UniversityManchester School of Architecture, Cardiff University, as well as Brunel University and Kingston School of Art in London.

The roundup also includes designs from courses available at international institutions, including IE University Spain and Lucerne School of Art and Design in Switzerland.

Here are seven school shows presenting undergraduate student projects:


Two side-by-side perspective drawings in muted tones of an industrial interior with large beams

Kingston School of Art
Graphic Design, Interior Design, Product and Furniture Design, and Fashion

Kingston School of Art presented 10 student projects from the institution's undergraduate courses in Graphic Design, Interior Design, Product and Furniture Design, and Fashion.

The showcase includes an interior design project that adapts a grain silo in London's Docklands into workshop spaces and a fashion project comprising clothing that celebrates the designer's Ukranian heritage.

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Side-by-side photos of a table make from tree trunks with a flower vase on and a photo of the table being made

Lucerne School of Art and Design
Bachelor Object Design

Furniture made from wood discarded from forest management and a seesaw design that is placed on top of street bollards are included in this showcase from Lucerne School of Art and Design.

The school show features nine undergraduate projects by students studying the school's Bachelor Object Design course.

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Isometric section drawing of a large water park with annotation drawings

Oxford Brookes University
Architecture BA (Hons)

Oxford Brookes University showcased 10 student projects from the institution's Architecture BA (Hons) programme.

Among the projects featured is a building that generates energy from the movement of its occupants and a fast food restaurant that cooks unsold perishables from neighbouring supermarkets.

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Child's box toy with bees and flowers on springs and playing cards to the side

Brunel University
Industrial Design and Technology BA

A therapy toy that encourages children to tell their parents how they feel and a product created to improve the spatial awareness of deaf cyclists are featured in this school show by students at Brunel University.

The showcase features 10 projects by students enrolled in the university's Industrial Design and Technology BA course.

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Outdoor pond in a communal garden in front of a yellow glad building

Manchester School of Architecture
BA Architecture

Manchester School of Architecture presented 11 projects from its BA Architecture course, including a communal allotment that encourages interaction between visitors.

Also featured is a research centre dedicated to the discovery of unusual life forms and projects exploring the cultural heritage and ecology of Manchester.

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Render of a restaurant interior with archways and green panel walls

IE University Spain
Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Architectural Studies

A culinary experience that aims to transport visitors to Lebanon and a card game designed to develop creative thinking are included in this showcase from IE University Spain.

The school show includes 10 undergraduate projects from the university's Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Architectural Studies courses.

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Pastel-toned collage of a low-level timber-clad building and a woodland area

Cardiff University
BSc Architectural Studies

Cardiff University showcased 11 undergraduate student projects from the school's BSc Architectural Studies course.

Among the projects featured is a youth centre that includes a series of courtyards encouraging wild plant growth and an urban commons in London designed to oppose privately-owned public space.

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