CEU: one of ten design schools from the across the world represented in the Nude Room at the Habitat trade fair

From 19th to 22nd September, students from the various Master’s Degrees in Design at CEU in Valencia will display their designs in this area of the international furniture fair, set aside especially for talented young designers

Some of the work of Design students from CEU in Valencia, displayed at the previous edition of Nude, as part of Habitat 2016.

Once more, CEU is one of the design schools represented at the Salón Nude (Nude Room) for talented young designers. This is the 15th edition of Nude at Hábitat Valencia, the international furniture fair, which will take place between 19th and 22nd September, 2017. This year, Nude has an especially international flavour to it, as it will exhibit work from ten different design schools and fifteen young designers from South Korea, Mexico and the Dominican Republic, as well as from Valencia, Barcelona, Castellón, Madrid, Huelva and Alcoi.

Students from the Master’s Degree in Product Design, the Master’s Degree in Design and Graphic Communication and the Master’s Degree in Interior Design – all from the ESET (the Technical School of Design, Architecture and Engineering) at the CEU-UCH in Valencia – will again have the opportunity to display the best work they have produced during their studies at the international showcase event that is Nude, part of the Habitat trade fair. CEU has had a presence at the event every year for the last fifteen years, with each year’s students having the opportunity to submit designs to this international design event.

This year, alongside the CEU School of Design in Valencia, a further nine design schools are to participate in Nude 2017: the College of Design and Art – Yeungnam University (South Korea), the Escuela de Diseño at Universidad Anáhuac (Mexico), Kongju National University (South Korea), Sangmyung University Korea (South Korea), Universidad Motolinía del Pedregal (México), UNIBE Universidad Iberoamericana Campus Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Escola d’Art i Superior de Ceràmica de Manises, Escola d’Art i Superior de Disseny de València, Barreira Arte + Diseño (all three from Valencia), and the Universitat Jaume I (Castellón).

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