Central Saint Martins has announced the introduction of a new Master course in Regenerative Design as part of its Jewellery, Textiles and Materials programme, as per an article on the school’s website.
The new master course is to be included in the curriculum from September 2022 and is two years long. It will be taught fully online.
Regenerative Design aims to teach students about sustainability in the broadest sense of the word by encouraging them to take biodiversity, climate, cultural and socio-economic equity into account in their designs.
The course centers around five objectives: a living systems approach, hybrid and interdisciplinary expertise, situated learning, action research and ethical and holistic principles.
It is described by the school as “a local course that develops a living systems approach and deep ecology principles in your practice to design at the service of the regeneration of earth’s systems and communities.”
Central Saint Martins is hosting an online open day on February 3, 2022 where future students can learn more about the Regenerative Design Master course and several other programmes that the school offers. Students can register for each of the sessions via the Central Saint Martins website.