From an innovative chest of drawers to an eye catching water feature, talented students are displaying their product design work in a varied exhibition.
About 100 pieces, constructed for A-level and GCSE, feature in the annual show-case at Stowmarket High School - with awards given for outstanding design, craftsmanship and flair.
They include a chest of drawers by Bram Cross made from discarded hardwoods and a g-pod garden seat and table by James Simpson. Meanwhile, Daniel Scarff produced a water feature working with Bosch, in Stowmarket.
Jim Bannister, head of design, said: “As ever, there were outstanding pieces of work. Last year we were in the top 10 per cent of the country for product design. I think we’re probably going to do even better this year.”
The accolades were judged and awarded by groups including Vinci plc, Stowmarket Rotary Club and Bennett Homes. The exhibition will be held today until 4pm and tomorrow from 10am to noon.