How can we create furniture that meets the needs of workplaces as well as collective spaces, both public and private? In this programme, you’ll dive into the reality of a changing industry, where the focus is on new materials and technologies. In the Postgraduate in Furniture Design for Communities, Contract and Urban we’ll explore furniture design and industrial production aimed at equipping public and private shared spaces.
You’ll learn the most innovative methodologies in the trade from professionals with distinguished professional careers. Through practical exercises, lectures and visits to spaces, you’ll master the different typologies, materials, lighting strategies and technologies. You’ll gain a comprehensive perspective, making you ready to develop designs for spaces like auditoriums, offices, hotels, restaurants, workplaces, sports facilities and urban spaces, among others.
The Postgraduate in Furniture Design for Communities, Contract and Urban identifies and connects a variety of professional profiles. The student profile includes creative people who are looking to explore the trends, tools and professional practices of a discipline that has become a benchmark.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students should hold an official undergraduate degree or equivalent in Architecture, Product Engineering, Product Design or Interior Design. Verified professional experience and advanced knowledge of 2D and 3D planning or design software are also necessary.