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Building on the previous cutting-edge collaborative projects initiated by Shaun Borstrock and Jessica Helfand, this year’s collaboration focused on: luxury, sustainability and waste. The project was set to explore the imminent water crisis in Cape Town, South Africa through an understanding and interpretation of how the diverse communities were addressing the challenges ahead. Prior to the project taking place in South Africa, Yale students, working

By Benji, a company selling a premium dog treat approached Propeller to ask us to help them develop their visual and brand identity.  Our graphic design students were set the task of presenting visual ideas, who presented them with full branding guidelines to take their product to market. 55 graphic design students took part in the initial challenge and five student designs were

The ongoing success of the School of Creative Arts student-focused Toolkit has caught the attention of JDRF, the type 1 diabetes charity.  JDRF approached us to produce a similar website aimed at supporting university students living with type 1 diabetes, and to provide important information to friends. flatmates and staff about the condition. The School of Creative Arts Toolkit (catoolkit.herts.ac.uk) is aimed at

Interior Architecture & Design graduates worked through Propeller Studio to provide interior design concepts for Hatfield based Afro-Caribbean restaurant Agogosfoods.  The new restaurant is owned by graduates from the University of Hertfordshire, Jide Ariyo, Blanchard Campbell and Nahom Teweldemedhin. Margarita Kochonovskaja, who graduated with a first class honours in Interior Architecture & Design last year, worked on the concept featuring bright colours, wall

Milton Keynes City Discover Centre commissioned the Creative Ideas Office and Digital Hack Lab to renovate and restore the original architectural models created in the 1950s for the city of Milton Keynes for the 50th anniversary of Milton Keynes exhibition. The team used both traditional model making techniques and 3D printing to restore the models to their former glory. The restoration team