Homemade Schizophrenia cutlery designed by Central Saint Martins graduate Firdaws Fourcroy



Central Saint Martins

Central Saint Martins – part of University of the Arts London – is the sixth school in our Hot List, with both student projects and the arts school's campus both proving popular with our readers.

Although our statistics don't take into account this year's batch of graduates, the 2015 projects still grabbed readers attention with a difficult-to-use designs that include a pair of comically long shoes and a fork that can only pick up one of rice grain at a time.

The school was also chosen by designer Mary Katrantzou as the location of her 2015 "prom-inspired" London Fashion Week show, which was held in the atrium of CSM's Granary Square building at King's Cross – the campus designed for the college by Stanton Williams which, despite being completed in 2011, was still popular with readers this year.

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1.Paulina Lenoir's Excessively Long Shoes force wearers to slow their pace

2. Homemade Schizophrenia cutlery designed to increase empathy for "abnormal" behaviour

3. Dezeen's top six picks from this year's Central Saint Martins fashion design graduates

4. Bureau Betak uses silver balloons as backdrop for Mary Katrantzou's "prom night" fashion show

5. Campus for Central Saint Martins by Stanton Williams