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RCA previews its inaugural Intelligent Mobility degree show

09 January 2019 | by Michael Gooderham

The Royal College of Art (RCA) in London held their final ‘Vehicle Design’ course graduate show last June, during which it announced that it would be transforming the programme into an ‘Intelligent Mobility’ course… and the first output of this altered philosophy will be upon us very soon, thanks in part to an equally altered course structure.

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The prestigious university says: “We are Intelligent Mobility – the 15-month succession of the world-renowned Vehicle Design Programme at the RCA. Intelligent Mobility looks to the future of all forms of transportation design and places this in the context of an increasingly complex environment.

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The inaugural degree show is scheduled for 18th-24th February 2019, at their Kensington campus, and Maorinews News will of course be on hand to show you the best of the 37 projects set to be exhibited. For now, though, we have a few preview images for you. Scroll through the gallery for a taste of what’s to come…