Master in Industrial Design for Architecture POLI.design

The ID4A Master educational aim is to train professionals skilful at developing high quality projects in the field that ranges over the architectural layout and the efficiency of the building components.The master program has been set up to bring together expertise from two sectors of excellence in Italy: design and the production of building components.It enables students to combine product aesthetics and functionality with production efficiency in industrial and installation terms by offering them the opportunity to acquire skills specific to Industrial Design based on Italian design/production quality and applicable to the international market.

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  • 1 Years

Future designers, architects and engineers will face the great challenges of the ever-changing design and building sector at local and global level, in terms of competition, development and modernization.They shall be able to develop new ideas in the field of real estate, by designing solutions that embed advanced building components and display innovative layout designs. In particular, the field of interest is that of temporary buildings and events, reconversion of buildings and building components design.In this perspective, the Master in Industrial Design for Architecture aims to:

  • Combine multidisciplinary competences to create advanced curricula;
  • Involve companies and professionals to make the educational experience as practical as possible;
  • Refer to Italian cultural and economic assets to enrich design competences;
  • Teach how to develop highly innovative concepts based on design briefs given by real companies;
  • Offer a multicultural environment to enhance the understanding of global issues.

Aims

The ID4A Master educational aim is to train professionals skilful at developing high quality projects in the field that ranges over the architectural layout and the efficiency of the building components.The Master has also the objective of completing the training of designers, extending their expertise and problem solving skills with the culture and tools typical of Industrial Design. This aim is sought through an educational course that integrates theoretical knowledge with design studios, vocational activities such as visits to companies and practices and meeting with professionals, and the mandatory internship in architecture and design practices or companies of the building sector.

The program includes three formative areas dealing with different aspects of Industrial Design:• Design Culture: history and evolution of design, with special reference to aesthetic developments and to the ever closer relationship that has been developing over the years between product and build up space.• Design Technology: study of the different technology, materials and tools needed in conceiving and realizing products that combine in a built up environment.• Design Strategy: study of new construction processes, design innovation management and the introduction of design in the corporate strategies of companies in the sector.   A fourth area will be added to these: Design Studio, which will include practical work in design on various design themes such as:• designing finished built-in products, in other words as integratable building components;• designing electronic consumer products and space saving products that are highly intergratable with building manufacturing;• designing serial construction products, e.g. for temporary structures and modular building solutions; Such tasks may be individual or in teams and may envisage the participation of a leading companies in the sector of reference. The assessment achieved will constitute the basis for final marking.

  • International class
Criteria for assessing applications:
  • CV Screening
  • Motivation letter
  • Portfolio assessment

Foreign students may present equivalent degrees earned abroad.

The selection process is based on qualifications and an interview.  Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae and a portfolio to formazione@polidesign.net.  The admissions board will oversee the process.

Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
  • Equivalent qualification
Ask for more information: formazione@polidesign.net
Cost of the master: 12000 VAT excluded
Scholarships available
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  • Polls about alumni careers
  • CV sending
  • Feedback monitoring
  • International opportunities
  • Identifying companies for traineeship
  • Coaching during company's interviews
  • Traineeship quality monitoring
Activities related to Alumni Community:
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  • Presence in social network
  • Newsletter
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