Dartford design students show what they're made of

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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.

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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."

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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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