Studio I - Product Design - winter
FaVU-B1PD-ZAcad. year: 2018/2019
The atelier programme develops the students' ability to use their art creativity as an important inspiring phenomenon that integrates a range of areas that constitute the process of designing the products of both single-piece and mass production, with special focus on products forming the immediate environment.The professor assigns two projects. Individual assignments are responding to the specifics of the student's previousstudies. Tasks may take the form of a free composition with a defined source of inspiration. In this sense, the first
semester becomes preparatory or balancing.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Knowledge of basic studio technologies.
The prerequisite is defined by artistic and theoretic abilities shown at entrance exams.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
Mackenzie, D.: Green Design. Design for the Environment
Bernd Polster, Olaf Meyer: A-Z of Modern design
Schweiger, Werner J.: Wiener Werkstaette
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
Semester exam project.
Language of instruction
Tasks are assigned only by the tutor. These tasks are projects with a simple function structure and with the emphasis on the artistic aspect of the design. If the student is has lesser or limited experience in the area of fine arts, he/she is assigned the task consisting of a free composition. Thus the first year of studies becomes a preparatory one (equilizing).
To teach young people endowed with a natural art creative talent the methodology of design, to help them to understand the wider context of the objects they design. To help them to grasp the continuity of their area in the cultural history and the ethical aspects of design creation.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Lessons are mandatory.
Classification of course in study plans
- Programme Bachelor's
branch APD , 1. year of study, winter semester, 15 credits, compulsory