University of Huddersfield spotlights ten student interior design projects

A gender-inclusive hair salon and a cafe that aims to help break down mental health barriers are included in Dezeen’s latest school show from students at the University of Huddersfield.

Also included is a project that aims to revolutionise up-cycling in the retail industry and an adventure and learning centre designed for the elderly.

School: University of Huddersfield, Arts and Humanities school
Course: Interior Design BA (Hons)
Tutors: Penny Sykes, Jen Leach, Natasha Crowe, Joanne Pigott Hakim, Claire Diggle and Anna Gurrey

School statement:

“We are proud to present a selection of ten pieces of award-winning work that aim to demonstrate

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