RCA partnership with British Airways
As part of its centenary celebrations, British Airways partnered with the Royal College of Art to explore the next 100 years of aviation. Students from across the Schools of Design and Architecture worked collaboratively to imagine how technological and scientific developments will impact future customer experience within global travel, from applications of artificial intelligence to nano technology... read more.
Peter Gabriel and Sting: Rock Paper Scissors
The School of Communication at the RCA were invited to devise the visual material for Rock Paper Scissors — Peter Gabriel and Sting’s live cross-North America tour in summer 2016.
The School assembled a team of staff, students and alumni from across the School’s programmes to compose the visuals that run across 14 large screens during each of the 26 shows performed at different venues across Canada and the United States. The diversity in skill set, methodology and creative approach armed the group with a breadth and wealth of expertise... read more.
Re-imagining the Pedestrian Tunnel to Albertopolis
Students from the Royal College of Art’s Architecture, Interior Design and Textiles programmes collaborated with their counterparts at the Royal College of Music and Imperial College London to produce schemes designed to reinvigorate the 550-metre pedestrian tunnel that links South Kensington underground station to the attractions of Albertopolis.
Following on from the success of the Exhibition Road public realm project, led by Dixon Jones Architects and completed in 2012, the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851and the Exhibition Road Cultural Group kickstarted the redevelopment of the tunnel by organising a competition to bring positive and exciting improvements to the environment and character of the tunnel that improve both its function and its creative potential. The competition brief was prepared by Dean of the RCA’s School of Architecture, Senior Tutor Adrian Friend and Emily Candler from Exhibition Road Cultural Strategy Group, to align with their graduate design module ... read more.