A unique resource

Cass Works.

About Cass Works

Cass Works is a unique resource within The Cass. We have highly skilled specialist staff in areas as diverse as textiles, rapid prototyping, jewellery and silversmithing, musical instruments making, print and many more.

Our core philosophy is to work with our students and staff at The Cass to realise the potential of the workshops and technical facilities as unprecedented places for designing and making.

Specialist Workshops and Facilities

Digital Manufacturing

  • Rapid prototyping
  • CNC routing 
  • 3D printing

3D

  • Woodmill
  • Furniture making workshops
  • Musical instrument workshops
  • Upholstery workshops
  • Soft furnishing 
  • Finishing area
  • Metal fabrication workshop
  • Plastic and model making workshop
  • Ceramics
  • Silversmithing and jewellery workshops
  • Restoration and conservation

Media

  • AV/TV hire shop
  • Recording studios
  • Audio laboratories
  • Editing suites
  • Darkrooms
  • Photographic studio

Print and Textiles

  • Printroom
  • Textiles workshop

For further information, contact Marcus Bowerman at m.bowerman@londonmet.ac.uk.


Open access time

We are in the process of collating the information for you on all of the facilities of Cass Works. In advance of this, we have created a schedule of each of the principal workshops that you can download as a PDF from the Downloads section below.

Downloads

3D Workshops and Facilities

Digital Manufacturing Workshops and Facilities

Media Workshops and Facilities

Print Workshops and Textile Facilities

Cass Works Team

Marcus Bowerman

Head of Cassworks

Worked at number of management levels in the development and production of bespoke products and the delivery of services and training centered on the creative industries.

Jude Dennis

Cassworks Upholstery Technician + Upholstery Business Development Coordinator

Works on her own projects as well as high profile commercial and private commission pieces.

Padmasiri K Gamage

Materials Technician

Worked nearly 15 years as a teaching academic in Sri Lanka.

Fred Gatley

Senior Technician - Ceramics

Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, (MIMMM) and also a Member of the Craft Potters Association.

Damian Grist

Senior Technician - Printroom

Completed a MA in Fine Art at London Metropolitan University.

Andy Hills

Technician

Andy joined the university in 1979 with a background in furniture manufacturing and restoration.

Peter Hufton

Technician

Pete works in G25 the Woodmill at Commercial Road.

Anatol Just

Technician supporting 3D Design and Manufacturing Technologies

Anatol Just is a 3D Digital Designer.

Harvey Reehal

Technician for extended degree, fine art, and architecture programmes at Central House

Harvey Reehal trained in sculpture, installation art and performance art.

Lisa Rigolli

Photographic Technician at The Cass

Lisa has been a technician at London Metropolitan University since 2006.

Stuart Yates

Senior Technician

Technician since 1986 supporting various furniture making workshops. Operates the 3 axis CNC router at Commercial Road.

Recent news from The Cass

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Cass staff, students and alumni participate in East London's international festival of photography.

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Cass tutors, students and alumni take part in the first instalment of Revoluzione Delle Seppie, a workshop in Calabria, Italy, in collaboration with a local refugee centre.

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A number of people from across The Cass have been named in the Evening Standard's Progress 1000, a list of London’s most influential people of 2016.

After London

The exhibition is on 4-15 October 2016

The Cass presents an exhibition of the Thames Estuary by Simon Fowler and David George, coinciding with a new publication by Rachel Lichtenstein.

Making Matters

17-24 September 2016

An exhibition of work by Cass design graduates and alumni for London Design Festival 2016.

Jemima + Johnny screening for Black History Month

11th October, 5pm

The Students' Union has organised a free film screening with a Q&A for Black History Month.

Cass MA alumni collaborate on

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Cass MA alumni Moé Sekiya and Jordanna Greaves collaborate on an exhibition for Photomonth 2016.

Musarc announces autumn schedule

Events between now and Christmas

Musarc, the architectural choir/research project based at The Cass, announces its autumn schedule.

Territorial

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The Territorial exhibition is curated by Paola Leonardi for London Photomonth.

PhD Collaboration with Hasselt University

Cass lecturers visit Hasselt University

Cass lecturers prepare future exchanges between The Cass and Hasselt University in Belgium.

Open-Field: Matthew Johnstone

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First residency announced in new fine art residency programme at The Cass

The Cass MA Show

Exhibition: 14-17 September

Dates announced for annual postgraduate exhibition.

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