product design - master course

Accademia Riaci - Florence (Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

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Typology Master
Start Florence (Italy)
Class hours 500 hours of class
Duration 28 Weeks
Start 04/09/2017
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  • Master
  • Florence (Italy)
  • 500 hours of class
  • Duration:
    28 Weeks
  • Start:
    04/09/2017
    other dates
Description

Product Design. Advanced Theory of Product Design. Advanced Design Studio. Advanced Design Methods. Advanced Materials and Processes. Professional Practices. Developing Successful Portfolio. Diploma Project. Suitable for student completed Basic Course, student completed One-year Course, student graduated from four year college or university studied in the design field, or anyone experienced sufficient working training in the various field, desires to continue the study in the further advanced area. In this course, students are expected to learn further advanced art and highest level of studies. There will be an examination to be qualified to take this course. The examination includes 12 portfolios. Diploma from Accademia Riaci will be presented to those who passed the final examination.

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Where and when

Starts Location
04 September 2017
15 January 2018
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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Starts 04 September 2017
15 January 2018
Location
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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· Requirements

1. Graduates of Riaci's Basic and/or One - Year course, or... - Graduates of 4 year colleges in art or design / Equivalent working or training exerience in a specific field, and desires to pursue their studies in a further advanced level. 2. Sufficient language proficiency in either Italian, English, or Japanese 3. A qualification exam including a 12 piece portfolio that best represents the student's work style is required for admission.

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What you'll learn on the course

Project
Product and Design
Industrial Design
Design
Fashion
Visual Communication
Research
Italian Design
Studio
Arts

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Accademia Riaci
Accademia Riaci
Italian Language school

Course programme

The Master’s Program in Product Design is a graduate level laboratory for postProduct design. Students and faculty are actively exploring how to design for new social conditions in which behavioral, material, technological, and natural landscapes are shifting. We are committed to developing new models of design practice that are multidisciplinary, collaborative, and team-based. We stress process, with an emphasis on research, conceptualization, communication, and appropriate form giving. The program itself is a-year-long: curriculum consisting of studio, methods, and seminar course content is integrated around studio-based projects. Projects range from the development of new urban industries to incubating independent publishing labels for hard and soft design. By providing research proposals, future studies, and case studies, we are promoting a new, more pro-active role for design education. Because design is a collaborative profession, most studio projects will be team-based. The final semester of the program is devoted to a master’s thesis in which the candidate will work more independently with a group of internal faculty and/or outside professionals to develop a thesis project that must advance the candidate’s chosen field of study. Like the program itself, the faculty represents a wide range of approaches to the practice of design. This means that students have access to currently practicing design professionals with backgrounds in fields ranging from architecture, graphic design, cultural anthropology, and psychology to Product, systems and environmental design. The Product design department offers a unique faculty who share a common philosophy and commitment to the design process.

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