3D Design


ERIN BANDEY 

 ‘Balance in Design’ 

Progressed from

Haileybury Turnford School  — GCSE

Statement

This project focuses on how different types of balance is portrayed and incorporated in the world of design as well as in our surroundings such as nature and clothing. The in-depth detail of different shapes, patterns and contrast in art pieces and photography that create the interest and fascination into each famous piece of work. It also focuses on the contrast of balance in product, furniture and architecture; depending on the choice of colours and materials used to create the finished design.    

Destination

Seeking full time employment 

SARAH BARHAM 

 ‘Patterns’

Progressed from

BMAT Stem Academy, Harlow  — GCSE

Statement

These designs were my abstract idea towards my theme of patterns within jewellery. These visuals are created using different mediums like clay and metal to help convey my own view of patterns. Patterns have such a wide range of variety that I did not want to focus on the simple ideas, this meant opening my opinion on what I thought I could do. The subtle hints towards my theme leaves my designs open to interpretation by the audience viewing them. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Foundation Degree 3D Design

MARCO CANNATELLA

‘Culinary Equipment’

Progressed from

St Marks West Essex — GCSE

Statement

This is my FMP in which I investigated and experimented with product design specifically related to kitchen utensils.  Throughout my design work I found myself influenced more and more by different cultural traditions from around the world. I ended up creating a Japanese inspired wok brush, extending my design and making abilities through the use of new materials and construction techniques.  

Destination

University of Brighton — Product and Furniture Design (With Professional year of experience)

AMELIA CIMINI 

‘Emotions’

Progressed from

Leventhorpe — GCSE

Statement

Form all my experimentation which included sketches, models, and mood boards, I created these final designs on my iPad using Procreate. My final design used the colours from my colour research which indicated that warm colours made people feel more relaxed, I also used research and experimentation into zen gardens which helped me learn that less is more. I decided to use Procreate as me choose of medium to do my final design in as it would create crisp lines and the colour would pop more.

Destination

University of Gloucestershire — BA (Hons) Interior Design 

KATIE FEW

‘Disruptive Experimentation’ 

Progressed from

Goff’s Academy — GCSE

Statement

These two designs both investigate the word Disruptive through the use of colour, patterns, and textures. My first design explores disrupting the general connotations of a workplace by incorporating a very simple and naive display of shapes and patterns as the façade of an office building. However, the second design, would be a shopping centre that explores the theme of disruptive through illusions and patterns, I experimented with using sketching techniques and development of these designs.  

Destination

University of Solent — BA Hons Interior Design

GEORGIOS FILIPPAS 

 ‘Connection’

Progressed from

The Bishop’s Stortford High School  — GCSE

Statement

Using the theme word “Connection” as a starting point, I researched into artists and designers who have this theme in their artwork. I used all this research as sources of inspiration to help me come up with initial design ideas which will later lead me to a final design.  

I developed a body of work that unpicks and analyses my individual response to the theme, through planned activities, as well as embracing the opportunities presented through risk or chance discoveries. 

My work questions how we are all connected to each other- physical and communication?  

Destination

University of Liverpool — BA (Hons) Architecture

KLAUDIA KLUKOWSKA 

 ‘Globally’

Progressed from

The Sele School — GCSE

Statement

The design takes inspiration from global elements, combining different cultures from all around the world. Taking visuals from seven different countries of China, Denmark, Egypt, Greece, India, Mexico and Russia to capture the design essence and spirit of the country. Patterns, materials and shapes inspired and captured thanks to my research into the various countries, their architectural styles and cultural associations bring the different places together to a globally inspired design. With a spiral and tunnel effect which leads the viewer into the diverse world and emerging them to a new experiences and designs.  

Destination

University of Liverpool — BA (Hons) Architecture

JACK LEE 

‘Harsh’

Progressed from

Saint Nicholas School — GCSE

Statement

Harsh is a word that can be interpreted in many ways, it is something that we all feel within our lives whether it be a piece of design that we find unpalatable or an experience that we find overwhelming and abrasive. People can interpret many different things in different ways, so I aimed to explore these by using research, experimentation and CAD.  By the end of the project, I had produced a final design and model which I felt perfectly explored the theme of ‘Harsh”. 

Destination

Norwich University of the Arts — BA (Hons) Architecture (K100)

JOSHUA MUSTAFA

 ‘Cell’

Progressed from

Saint Nicholas School — GCSE

Statement

For this brief I produced a final scale model accompanied with at least 3 other final visuals, this design has been heavily developed from its initial sketch to help suit its persona. I also gathered inspiration for this design from my research into my theme of “Cell” to help this I also developed and refined at each stage of my design process, while developing I kept this word as a starting point however, I also researched into other areas as I found them along the way I found this area key in helping to produce my final design. 

Destination

Seeking employment

ALEXIA NICOLAOU 

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)

Statement

These sketches represent the word Evolution because it shows how far we have come from all the landmarks and old standard buildings. I decided to show my theme through a modernised version of Stonehenge and the contrast from the history to modern design My models and sketches show my style of work and what I enjoy making. I like making modern designs that reflect what I would expect as customer for someone to design for me. Using ShapR 3D to make my 3D models was one of the best decisions I’ve made because I find t so much easier to work with rather than Sketchup. I am proud of these designs.  

Destination

Work full time while looking for apprenticeships in architecture 

ISABEL OSEMAN 

‘Body’ 

Progressed from

Presdales School — GCSE

Statement

My final piece, ‘Hand Bouquet’, is a development of the clay models I made during the FMP. I had originally made a mould of my hand clasped around a piece of clay, and once it had dried, I kept hold of it due to the tactility. Moving forward I got my peers to do the same, they each made a mould of their hand and I painted them in the colour they requested to personalise them more and help to tell them apart. I then presented these on a grey base and sketched the model. 

Destination

Anglia Ruskin University — BA (Hons) in Interior Design

JAMES STEPHENS

 ‘Refresh’

Progressed from

Estate Agent 

Statement

During this FMP, I will be investigating ways in which, we as designers, can help make the planet greener and more sustainable within architecture. I aim to design and create an eco-friendly barn home either designed from scratch or re-using abandoned or partly destroyed homes or even farms. Not only will I be designing this home with sustainability in mind, but I will also have to design this home specifically to someone’s or a family’s needs, this will be completed using a persona sheet based on the client. The home will need to be innovative, creative, and sustainable as I look to create something modern and green. The home will also need located based on the persona sheets of the clients as this will help make the design more successful for the client. I will also be using feedback on this project as a way of getting a perspective from someone outside, as this has been a proven way of being able to develop designs successfully.

Destination

City & Guilds Plumbing Level 2/ Kitchen & Bathroom Design

LOUIS WESTON 

‘An Alternating Investigation’ 

Progressed from

Chace Community School — GCSE

Statement

My Final Design combines my ideas about an alternating design as it relates to my multi-purpose furniture research. It is based around the shape of a bin and will have the depth of one however, the design comes with 2 panels that would ‘press down’ to open for storage space. It comes in 2 sizes; one will represent a bedside table and have an open outer layer for its design. The other will come at a larger scale and be the same height to a standard chair to represent a dining room table that has a solid outer layer. 

Destination

University Of Hertfordshire — Interior Architecture and Design (W251)

MILLY WHITTERN

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Haileybury Turnford — GCSE

Statement

Throughout my brief, I chose to focus on the word ‘identity’. I included research, materials and initial ideas within my project document to convey what identity means to me. As well as within different types of artistry I also produced examples to ensure a better understanding for the reader. I researched into eco-friendly materials to ensure good materials were used within my final design to have the most positive effect. 

Destination

Seeking full-time employment

MADELINE WRIGHT

 ‘Fervent’

Progressed from

  St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School — GCSE

Statement

The word “fervent” to me is the written justification to the feeling of being scared, anxious or angry. Although not always negative, the word could also describe the feeling of relaxation, happiness or pure excitement. To me, the word is a representation of individual emotions or actions presented through or by a human being.  When I mention emotions, I do not want to base my project on just the sense of feeling and emotion but base the project on how I can present the word “fervent” through materials, texture and sound. I feel as though in order to move forward within this brief and to insert my true interpretation of the word fervent, I would need to set myself a few aims or targets in order for me to hit throughout the project. I feel as this would be beneficial to me to not only aid me through the project but also remember what topics and elements of the word I want to focus on the most. 

Destination

University of arts London — BA (Hons) Product and Furniture Design

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