A waterless loo, an armadillo-inspired shoe and a new cab for London are among the winning designs in this year’s Royal Society of Arts’ RSA Student Design Awards. Other winners include Paul Richardson’s Energy Flower, which collects and stores solar and wind energy to be converted into electrical power. This year’s judges included Mary Quant, Sebastian Conran and Kenneth Grange. The on-line exhibition can be seen from 21 May at www.rsa-design.net.
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