The exhibition for emerging design
Part 1: 28 June – 01 July (Awards Preview 28 June)
Part 2: 05 – 08 July (Awards Preview 05 July)
Business Design Centre, London N1
New Designers 2017 showcases the fresh-thinking of over 3,000 innovative design graduates, providing an essential pipeline of new talent into the UK’s creative industries. It’s a must-visit if you want to see new trends and innovation, recruit new talent for your business or just to feel inspired.
Visit Part 1 for textiles, jewellery, ceramics and more and Part 2 for furniture and product design, illustration, graphics and motion arts.
With code NDHIDDENART, purchase day tickets in advance for just £10.50* instead of £16 on the door. Book online now at https://goo.gl/MwJkHc
*£1.50 booking fee applies per advance ticket purchase, offer expires 18 June 2017
New Designers is the UK’s leading exhibition for emerging design, welcoming 3,000 of the year’s most promising graduates all under one roof. The exhibition is based at the Business Design Centre in Islington and takes place every summer, with this year being the 32nd edition of the event.
Over 180 of the country’s best craft and design courses exhibit, each bringing their best graduates, so the show offers a unique opportunity to meet the best new designers, discover new talent, and see new products and emerging trends first hand. As well as this, the show’s One Year On section showcases the most exciting design talents in their first year of business. Chosen on the strength of their craft, design flair and quality of product, these 80 talented individuals have been selected by a panel of experts from across the design industry and are tipped to be the iconic designers of the future.
This year’s One Year On exhibition is a quarter bigger than previous years, and includes kinetic jewellery, illustrations which draw inspiration from vintage matchbox artwork, furniture made from distinctive 5,000 year-old bog oak and a brutalist inspired ceramic tea set. The exhibition also reveals the latest trends around ecology and sustainability, as well as new technology such as 3D printing and the contemporary revival of traditional craft techniques like metal planishing.
New Designers is split into two distinct Parts, taking place over two concurrent weeks
Part 1 takes place from 28 June – 01 July, and presents disciplines including jewellery, ceramics, fashion, textiles and costume design.
Part 2 takes place from 05 – 08 July, featuring graduates specialising in graphic design, illustration, animation, product design, furniture design and interiors.