A unique resource
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 instrument 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
- rapid prototyping
- CNC routing
- 3D printing
- furniture making workshops
- musical instrument workshops
- upholstery workshops
- soft furnishing
- finishing area
- metal fabrication workshop
- plastic and model-making workshop
- silversmithing and jewellery workshops
- restoration and conservation
- AV/TV hire shop
- recording studios
- audio laboratories
- editing suites
- photographic studio
Print and textiles
- textiles workshop
For further information, contact Marcus Bowerman at email@example.com
Open access time
We are in the process of collating the information on all of the facilities of Cass Works. In advance of this, we will create a schedule of each of the principal workshops that will be available for you to download as a PDF from the downloads section below.
3D Workshops and Facilities
Digital Manufacturing Workshops and Facilities
Media Workshops and Facilities
Print Workshops and Textile Facilities
Cass Works Team
Head of Cass Works
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.
Cassworks Upholstery Technician + Upholstery Business Development Coordinator
Works on her own projects as well as high profile commercial and private commission pieces.
Senior Technician - Ceramics
Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, (MIMMM) and also a Member of the Craft Potters Association.
Senior Technician - Printroom
Completed a MA in Fine Art at London Metropolitan University.
Andy joined the university in 1979 with a background in furniture manufacturing and restoration.
Pete works in G25 the Woodmill at Commercial Road.
Technician supporting 3D Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Anatol Just is a 3D Digital Designer.
Technician for extended degree, fine art, and architecture programmes at Central House
Harvey Reehal trained in sculpture, installation art and performance art.
Recent news from The Cass
Students, staff and studios across The Cass celebrate and share their work in progress with panels of invited critics.
24th February 5pm
First year fashion students bring the catwalk to The Cass as part of Celebration Week.
Textiles BA and Fashion BA students celebrate another exhibition changeover at The Loom.
Lecture series brings together filmmakers, writers and thinkers from art, history, visual anthropology and architecture to explore migration in modern cities.
8-31 March 2017
Photography exhibition in Cass Foyer Gallery for Women's History Month features recently recovered images of The Brady Girls Club.
Jewellery and Silversmithing students from The Cass present a Valentine's inspired exhibition at the Contemporary Applied Arts Gallery.
MA Fine Art students Jordanna Greaves and Ali Bahreini exhibit recent work in Cass Foyer Gallery.
Interior Design graduate appointed Associate for world leading design firm in just two years.
2 – 26 February 2017
onepointfiveone, a curatorial collective from the Curating the Contemporary MA, present their first exhibition at The Window Space.
Assemble, a collective which includes staff and alumni from The Cass, have been shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe Award.
Cass Textile Design students work with top designer Edward Crutchley on Brown's window display for London Fashion Week.
3 – 25 February 2017
Collaborative exhibition by Charlotte Thrane, Ninna Bohn Pedersen and Torgny Wilcke investigates the intimacy and honesty of everyday objects at The Cass Bank Gallery.
Adi Toch, Cass Alumna and lecturer on Textile Design BA, has been awarded a 2017 Wallpaper* Design Award.
Marianne Forrest appeared on London Live to discuss flockOmania, an exhibition at The Cass which explores the relationship between jewellery and performance.
A new exhibition curated by Cass student, Rita Elvira Adamo, explores the similarities and differences between Japanese and Italian avant-garde architecture.