Three Dimensional Design

Three Dimensional Design focuses on understanding the objects that surround us, from the cherished personal to the everyday functional. The programme explores and questions the material world and how this approach to thinking creates work that enhances our everyday experience, to re-view, re-vitalise and re-invent the way we live. In our current context the objects we choose to live with are ever more important.

The students have also self-funded and curated a physical showcase of work at Fred Aldous in the Northern Quarter of Manchester. The breadth of work exhibited from hand-thrown ceramics, leather artisanship, marquetry, blown glass and digital fabrication is a fitting swansong to the final chapter of Three Dimensional Design at Manchester School of Art as the programme name changes to Product Design & Craft.

Emily Mcmanus

Freya Young

Cicely Peers

Oliver Lisle Pulbrook

Kane Roscoe

Anne Hermon

Jamie-Lee Wainman

Elliot Gibson

Zhenlian Wu

George Gregory

Toby Andruskevicius

Nathan Mahawi

Chloe Latham

Jessica Herbert-Smith

Yasmeen Kinley-Siddiq

Giles Fearon

Abi Thomas

Nick Landon