Three Dimensional Design
The BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design course focuses on the objects that surround us, from the cherished personal to the everyday functional.
Students are encouraged to discover the potential for producing objects that blend the best traditions of hand making with the technologies of machine and digital manufacturing. This learning enables students to understand the making of objects at various levels of production, and to establish their own personal and professional ambitions for creating objects within contemporary society.
The course is supported by a comprehensive range of workshops for hand and machine making in ceramics, glass, metal and wood. In addition to these material specific workshops there are digital making facilities for CNC routing, rapid prototyping and laser cutting, and students have access to a wide range of academic and technical expertise across the School.
Graduates go on to a wide range of employment including gallerists, product designers, ceramicists, glassmakers, jewellers, community artists, retailers, teachers and exhibition designers.
For 2019 there will be two new course titles—
Please check these course pages for full details of the updated programme.
Our Degree Show online galleries show work by final year Three Dimensional Design students.
Success prelude to new Product Design and Product Design and Craft courses
Degree Show Spotlight series
First and second years worked collaboratively to produced pieces inspired by the UK designer
Students take home awards and make valuable connections at annual design exhibition
- Archetypes launch the new academic year ! 13 Oct
- 3DD @New Designers 2017 13 Jul
- Level 4: Unit X @ Chapter One Bookshop 13 Jul
- Pomona Island Design Lab: Opiso City 27 Oct
- Jane Adam (1981)
- Alena Asenbryl (2004)
- Duncan Ayscough (1990)
- Thomas Heatherwick (1991)
- Anne Linde (2002)
- Will Levi Marshall (1989)
- Jo Mitchell (2000)