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Class of 21 - The Royal Academy Of Art, The Hague

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Four graduated students of 2021 from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague are presenting their individual works in a collective exhibition. Two of the students from are from the master Interior Architecture, and two of the students are from the master Industrial design.


The projects presenting are touching upon current topics, such as temporary lifestyles, material research, animal ship, equality and kinship.
The projects are challenging the norms of the fields graduated from, and show variety in approaches and interests.

About The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK)

Master Interior Architecture (INSIDE) takes an interdisciplinary approach to the field. By engaging, being aware of social, economic and technological changes, students evolve into entrepreneurial interior architects who are aware of the impact of good design on its immediate surroundings.
Master Industrial Design (MID) designers who want to contribute to the world by developing meaningful and conscious products. Their design products are the accumulation of design research, personal vision.

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