Second year Industrial Design student Faraz Ahmed Mughal has won first prize in the Travel Futures Project for his ‘space saving, extendable vanity bag’ called Nepra.
Students were asked to design a future travel product for a distinct group of air travellers. The product could either be an on-board food service product, or a vanity bag product for cosmetics, sock/mask, children’s pack etc.
1st Faraz Mughal
2nd Chloe Rennie
3rd Greta Saggus
The two ‘Highly Commended’ were:
The three ‘Notable Mentions’ were:
Watermark Products are a leading creative product agency specialising in end-to-end solutions for the travel, leisure and retail industries, with a global network of offices in London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Sydney. Ali Atkinson – Head of Design and Development at Watermark helped format the brief and contributed to the studio classes.
Congratulations Faraz and to all students of the second year Industrial Design program for their excellent design projects.
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