Furniture design

Furniture design

Specialisation

First cycle studies

Content partners

METRO FABRYKA MEBLI BIUROWYCH

JFM FURNITURE

STUDIO MEBLI Michał Franiak

Furniture design at UEM (WSEiZ) in Warsaw

Furniture design

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
Furniture design is a creative activity that aims to design:

  • individual appliances,
  • sets of equipment,
  • series of types,

that is elements used to furnish architectural spaces of interiors. The specialisation includes both artistic and technical aspects of the whole process – from design to implementation.

FOR WHOM WAS FURNITURE DESIGN SPECIALISATION CREATED AT UEM?

FURNITURE DESIGN

If you are passionate about art and at the same time you are interested in interior design and the processes by which furniture and other everyday objects are created, then Furniture Design specialisation is for you.

MODERN TEACHING METHODS

Thanks to the classes at the University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw:

  • you will learn the entire process of creating a piece of furniture that you design by yourself,
  • you will understand in depth the architecture of every object – from shape to mechanics, to the nature of visual factors,
  • you will create furniture, equipment and small architectural forms according to the principle from detail to general, which is the opposite of interior design,
  • thanks to UEM partnership with furniture design companies you will meet professionals who will present practical aspects of the profession.

Subjects

Subjects

SPECIALITY SUBJECTS

Technical realisation

Furniture conservation

Furniture design

Knowledge of equipments

Introduction to interior design

3D visualisation

Historical furniture

Fine form

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Practical training

LEARNING BLOCK 1 – BACHELOR

History of architecture and garden art

Theory of architecture

Lettering

Construction economics

Contemporary architecture

Landscape site construction

Economy of building processes

Conservation of Architectural Monuments and Revalorisation

LEARNING BLOCK 2 – ENGINEER

Strength of materials

Concrete structures

Basics of urban planning

Metal structures

Organisation of the investment process

Building installations

Wooden structures

BASIC AND SPECIFIC SUBJECTS FOR INTERIOR DESIGN

English language

Physical education

Basic graphic software for interior designers

Intellectual property protection

Ethnography

Economic law

Descriptive geometry

History of art

Illumination

Ergonomics

Architectural design

General construction

Building structures

Sculpture

Drawing and painting

AutoCAD program design

Introduction to photography

Basics of design

Interior design basics

Furniture design basics

Exhibition design basics

Composition of solids and planes

Communication and presentation techniques

Contemporary technologies and materials in interior design – introduction

Diploma seminar

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