Master of Furniture Design

General

Program Description

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Overview

The Master of Furniture Design is open to candidates who have already achieved a degree in furniture or similar design. The one year course provides students with great knowledge of Italian Furniture Design. Through field trips, lectures held by world-famous furniture designers, and informative history classes. The process of furniture design from sketches to prototypes to manufacturing is taught in the course. Additionally, technological software necessary to create renders and prototypes are learned. Students graduate with an increased level of knowledge and skill.

Faculty

The faculty is made up of both locally Italian and international professors who all speak and teach in English. Additionally, the professors are all professionals working in their field. This is to ensure that the faculty is aware of what is happening in their field so that they do not give their students outdated information. The school’s intimate class sizes allow for each student to receive a premium individualized education.

Location

The school is located in the picturesque city of Florence. Florence is a living influence of some of the most influential architects and designers such as Brunelleschi, Da Vinci, Dante, and Michelangelo. FIDI is a unique school partially thanks to its incredible location. Classes have the opportunity to witness the historical masterpieces through walking tours with their professors and learn about art history on site.

Last updated Jan 2019

About the School

FIDI is an international design school in the center of Florence, Italy. As a school of Italian design the Institute specializes in courses of graphic design, architecture, furniture design and interi ... Read More

FIDI is an international design school in the center of Florence, Italy. As a school of Italian design the Institute specializes in courses of graphic design, architecture, furniture design and interior design for students from across Europe and around the world. Read less