Textile Design

21 students

In the Department of Fashion and Textiles at The Glasgow School of Art you will find an international community of around 150 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Textile Design is concerned with the design of cloth for Interiors and Fashion. There are two broad areas of Textile Design known as ‘Structure’ and ‘Surface’. Structural Textiles include woven and knitted textiles where th... More

Welcome

Introduction to Textile Design

Fashion Show 21 – Showcase featuring Y3 Fashion and Textile Design. Courtesy Y3 students.

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from Accessories Project

from Accessories Project

from Material Matters

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from Useless Machines

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from Colour Burst

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from Project research

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from PINK – Colour and Culture 2

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from Cinematic Nostalgia

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colour and textures exploration

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Material play / collection

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from ‘SET THE SCENE’ – Design Process

from ‘SET THE SCENE’ – Create and Capture.

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Using material samples to start the development idea of furniture design

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from GRADUATE COLLECTION

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from ‘I Spy’

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from Graduate Collection

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from The Tactile Coast

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from Interior Collection

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from Initial research – recordings translated into animation.

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from Folding Facades

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