Get ready for Writtle University College’s annual Design Degree Show which takes place from May 15th-19th.
This year’s exhibition features cutting edge innovations from Art & Design, Landscape Architecture & Garden Design and Professional Floristry.
Business owners will attend an invitation-only, private viewing on May 15th, to search for future employees and uncover new creative talent.
The show will open to the public from May 16th to 19th, from 11am to 5pm. Work from over thirty undergraduates and postgraduates will be displayed within studios set in Writtle University College’s beautiful, landscaped grounds.
The students have put together an outstanding display. Emi Kaneko, who studies BSc (Hons) Landscape and Garden Design, said: “I am very pleased that my work has the opportunity to be seen widely. As I am an international student, studying at Writtle is exciting, challenging and a totally new experience. It has expanded my abilities and knowledge.”
Emi is especially lucky as her photographic work won the prize to feature on all promotional posters and invitations for this year’s Design Degree Show.
Steve Terry, senior lecturer in Landscape Architecture & Garden Design, said: “The Design Show is a great opportunity for students to showcase their concerns and interests to the world.
“With increasing uncertainty over the future of the planet in terms of climate change, a decreasing biodiversity and sustainable communities, our final year landscape degree students’ thoughtful and creative designs forge a way forward to create resilient landscapes and communities.
“Our students will eventually work as landscape architects and garden designers to make both impressive and positive change to the places where we live and work and the wider environment.