School of Design end of year show now open


The exhibition runs Friday 17 June 2022 - Sunday 3 July 2022.

Students from a range of disciplines, including Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Urbanism, Graphic Design & Animation, Media, Film and Television are exhibiting their work at the Stockwell Street building. Design Show

You can expect to see ideas presented in a range of forms as the students have worked on a broad body of projects, from print to screen, AR and VR, to conceptual explorations.

A private opening night celebration was held on 16 June to showcase students work to staff and key members of industry. This was a chance for students to celebrate each other’s achievements and show it off to their peers as well as getting the chance to network with figures of influence in their respective fields such as;

  • Film and TV
  • Architecture/Landscape/Urban Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Animation

Opening times:

Monday - Friday 12:00pm - 6:30pm

Saturday - Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm

Book your ticket

Book tickets for all days here.

Note: The exhibition is closed on Saturday 25 June - entry will not be granted on this date.

Professor Anastasios Maragiannis, Head of the School of Design, said:

“The UK is one of the world's most influential and dynamic markets for creative industries. The highly skilled sector thrives with talented, well-prepared graduates, and the university experience and qualifications are essential to many creative careers. The School of Design responds to this and leads on diversity and inclusivity across all disciplines, empowering our students to future success with the 2022 graduate show putting our students at the centre of creative practice.

Their work forges new lines of inquiry, engages established modes of thought, and develops innovative concepts with the potential to improve how we live as individuals, cities, societies, cultures, and as one planet. In these challenging times, this year’s degree show embraces broad targets aimed at social inclusion and those who are the most vulnerable. It has never been more critical for our students to recognise creative practices for their positive impact on a multidisciplinary society: through inquiry, practice & innovation, and the 2022 show responds to this just perfect.”