Where i work with Raymond and Zoe

This series of blog posts takes an insider look at the work spaces of Loughborough Design School’s final year students. Inspired by Design Milk [www.design-milk.com/column/where-i-work] it offers a unique insight into the personalities and lives of our designers.

Name: Raymond Ng

Course: Industrial Design and Technology (BA)

Final Year Project Title: Adaptable projection for micro living environments.


“In first and second year I had posters and stuff but never in the work space. I’m trying to get a separate work space where I do all my work, and then downstairs where I chill and watch first dates or something.”


“It doesn’t usually look like this. There’s usually stuff everywhere. Post-it notes all over the place… The intent is to start work and keep clean, but after work it just gets mental.”


Name: Zoe Browning

Course: Industrial Design and Technology (BA)

Final Year Project Title: Tactile communication in palliative care.


“I listen to classical music, because when I listen to words, music with lyrics, I find it really distracting and I start singing along to it. Whereas classical music, it’s got a flow. I quite like it.”


“I’m doing my dissertation on how the Loughborough Design School workspace inspires creativity and innovation so I’m going to ask loads of people. I think they could make it better for individuals.”


Photographed and Edited by Mitchell Leigh, Ellie MacLeod and Hannah Revie


This post was brought to you by the School’s Exhibitions Team.  This team is made up of volunteer final year undergraduates who are working with staff from the School to prepare the annual Degree Show and New Designers exhibitions.

All content has been written, edited and captured by this student team.

Loughborough Design School Degree Show

10 – 14 June 2016
10am – 4pm daily

Year 12 schools event 10 June –  contact us to book your place.

Business event 14 June 14:00 – 17:00 – contact us to book your place.


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