Develop your creative ability on a course with a design culture that considers all aspects of furniture and related product design. You learn to think about furniture in its broadest terms, developing your creativity by exploring space, form and structure. You work on a diverse range of design projects to develop your understanding of furniture in domestic and commercial environments. This range helps you to consider the needs of different users. You also gain awareness of computer-aided design and manufacture, small to mass scale production and business and marketing issues. In your third year you can choose to do an optional placement year. Previous students have secured placements with companies such as Coexistence, Senator, NoughtOne, Ocee Design, BDP Lighting. At the end of your final year, you have the opportunity to present your work to the public as well as prospective employers. You can showcase your work at our annual degree show, as well as the national New Designers exhibition held at the Business Design Centre in London.