Such is the talent of some of Central Institute of Technology's 3D Design students that six have been invited to exhibit in an international designers exhibition to be held in London in September 2012.
The furniture and product designers were hand picked by author and London Design Festival curator, Ms Suzanne Trocmé.
Trocmé was a guest judge at the recent Vibrant Visions in Design (VIVID) in Melbourne, which is the contemporary section of Furnitex, Australia's largest furniture trade show.
Forty student designers were selected to show their furniture at Vivid and 18 came from Central, by far the largest representation of any design school in the country.
Central continues to stand out for the quality of its design school, with graduates consistently setting the pace with works that are both highly original and industry-ready.
A selection of the work submitted for by Central students from VIVID will get an outing in Perth at Gallery Central from 1 -15 September. The emerging designers are second and third year students.
The work ranges from intricately-designed one-off furniture pieces to unique lighting, and demonstrates a vast array of design skills, methods and materials exploration.
All the pieces were made by the students in Central's own workshop and this will be the first time these pieces have been shown in Perth.
"We encourage students to design thoughtful and original pieces that are ready for the contemporary market. We're delighted with how they've responded to that challenge and the feedback from industry has been amazing," said 3D Course Coordinator Peter Kitely.
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