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Third year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design student, Claire Armstrong-Gautier wins a Highly Commended Award for her project, Home Bargate. The project aims to combat the negative...
Shumirai Mungwira, third year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design student receives a Highly Commended Award in the Architecture, Engineering & Interior Design category at the...
Fashion Sustainability; ideas, discussion, debate, was a one day symposium consisting of a series of talks and workshops, organised and led by Karen Ryan, Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Fashion.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design student, Perry Rowe, has poster "Use the Sun" selected for Do The Green Thing.
Fluhks is a new form of packaging for products that contain no water. It does this by using 100% water-soluble PVA bags.
The Observatory, a sculptural installation, workspace, shelter and look-out for artists, has moved to Burton Bradstock for its project in collaboration with AUB, SPUD and the National...
Graduating BA (Hons) Graphic Design students won awards at the D&AD New Blood Festival and Creative Conscience 2017 Global competitions in London last week.
Lauren's work addresses sociological issues and is predominantly concerned with the human condition. She has exhibited work at The New York Photo Festival, The AOP Gallery, The Guardian and...
What does it mean to be a woman working in the VFX and Animation industries?
Ellie Dupont, Lecturer in BA (Hons) Visual Effects Design and Production has organised an industry led discussion panel focussing on the contributions, successes and experiences of women in the industry.
Movember are committed to helping men live happier, healthier and longer lives and they aim to address some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention.
The workshop was part of the AUB Human series of events that aim to inspire and challenge students to consider their own obligation towards social, ethical and sustainable practices.
First year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design students were asked to respond to a scenario which looks at the devastating effect of a natural disaster.
Students had to imagine how to deal with an unlikely earthquake in Bournemouth and were asked to respond to the situation with respect, sensitivity and expertise, keeping in mind the location and the culture of the area.