Furniture Design

ARCH X 461.4

This course explores the furniture design process, from the concept stage to product development.

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What you can learn.

  • Learn manufacturing techniques
  • Create commercial furniture
  • Understand context, functions, and technology
  • Learn from industry experts

About this course:

This course explores the design process, from the concept stage to product development. Lectures, workshop visits, project reviews, and class critiques will be integrated with support from targeted industry experts to provide a wide knowledge of the process, as well as manufacturing techniques. A series of mini-projects will lead to creating a piece of furniture where context, functions, and technology play a key role.
Suggested Prerequisites

It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Furniture Design.

Two (2) History of Environmental Arts courses and at least one (1) Design Communication course.

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