The discipline of design or furniture design displays a very particular set of characteristics and requires knowledge of a distinctive language and references, as well as a code that allows uses and attitudes to be effectively conveyed. We need to design and produce the objects that give shape to our domestic relationships and professional environments. Through an immersion in the past and present reality of furniture design, we lay the foundations for innovating in a leading industry in the production of avant-garde objects; one with its own fashions and trends.
The Master in Furniture Design addresses the design of these objects for two settings: the home (habitat) and social, collective spaces (contract), providing students with a comprehensive vision of the industry. In habitat we will look at furniture for domestic spaces, while contract explores the specific furniture used in facilities, companies and urban communities and elements. During the master you will undertake professional placements in furniture design, providing you with strategic training adapted to the real, present and future needs of the industry.
The student profile for this master are professionals in the field of product design, interior space design, architecture or product engineering, interested in entering the furniture industry.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students with degrees in Product Design, Interior Design, Engineering, Architecture or Fine Arts. An ability to use the basic design and communication software is required, as well as knowledge of 2D and/or 3D software.