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Dartford design students show what they're made of
Students at a Dartford college have shown off their hard work at an end-of-year show.
Second year 3D design students at North West Kent College in Oakfield Lane held their show to exhibit their work in architecture, landscape, product and interior design.
The pupils, aged 17 - 21, displayed their work to family, friends and industry experts from across London.
Course tutor Selina De La Motte praised her pupils' efforts.
She said: "They were displaying final pieces of work before heading off to university.
"It was a great show, they did really well."
Through delivering very specific industry-level skills, the programme provides access to the following career pathways; architecture, interior design, spatial design, vehicle design, industrial, furniture and product design, lighting design, and model-making to name but a few.
The group have also designed their own website showcasing slideshows and videos of their work and detailing everything the course has to offer.
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