The roles and functions of furniture in everyday life in society have undergone a profound transformation. Beyond functionality and comfort, furniture has become a consumer object that is subject to trends and their dynamics. This new reality offers an opportunity to innovate in design by drawing on an understanding of new techniques, materials and processes. In the Postgraduate in Furniture Design for the Habitat, you’ll become familiar with all the elements you need to create furniture and design products for domestic spaces. You’ll complete and execute real furniture design and development projects, hand in hand with specialists who are experts in the traditions of design and craftsmanship, and who understand the current industrialized reality of the sector.
Through talks, visits to showrooms and domestic spaces, and projects developed in direct contact with companies, you’ll explore the challenges presented by the design of industrial and custom furniture. You’ll immerse yourself in the history of furniture and its trends, and in the development of projects that correspond to real cases and real needs.
The student profile for the Postgraduate in Furniture Design for the Habitat is diverse and includes dedicated professionals with a passion for design, who are eager to exchange knowledge and are looking to explore new avenues in the field.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students are required to have earned an official undergraduate degree or equivalent in Architecture, Product Engineering, Product Design or Space Design and have advanced knowledge of 2D and 3D programs. We will also consider profiles with accredited experience in the programme’s fields of study.