The course focuses on three main areas of design (Architecture, Interior and Product Design) however there are many other areas that you may wish to explore throughout the course.
This course will help you develop the skills and knowledge as to how to become an Architect, Interior or Product Designer. You’ll explore a wide range of design industries with projects that directly link to industry and real life scenarios. You’ll explore your ideas via software programmes such as Sketch-Up and CAD-CAM but also by drawing and creating 3D models which will help you realise your ideas and intentions. By working as a team, you and your fellow students will develop projects which encourage the sharing of ideas to stimulate working in the design industry.
A number of specifications will be changing and prospectus entries are based on information we have to date. This means that course content may be subject to change.
Component 1 - 60% (portfolio of work and essay)
Component 2 - 40% (portfolio of work and exam)
Many Longley Park 3D Design students go onto university to study Architecture, Interior or Product Design. The skills you develop are transferable into other aspects of the creative industries such as Graphics, Advertising, Engineering and Industrial Design.
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