|||||||University of Dundee graduate Steve Swanton’s Lux Light, designed to help those affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD). The lamp is described as “a SAD lamp to make you smile”|Mediumwave by Jake Rich from London’s Kingston University – a challenge to the archetype of the microwave|The Sling Step by Royal College of Art alumni Matej Chabera uses basic physics to create a small ladder that functions without glue, nails or screws. The more it’s used the stronger it becomes|A Perspective on Dots by Meggan Johnson from Buckinghamshire University. The art installation uses perspex dots to create a concept that could be used for signage|No Right Angles in Nature: Josh Plough, also from Buckinghamshire University, created shelving from locally coppiced beach and a recycled plastic bottle as his take on 21st century craft|OysterActive) OysterActive: Nora Mekavuthikul from Central Saint Martins’ “on-the-go gym” combines wearable fitness technology with an Oyster Card that gives travel discounts every time someone takes the stairs||
20 Nov 2014

Desso exhibits ‘Best in Class’ graduates

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

Category: Events

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