Summer Course in Design Experience
- Type of course : Summer
- Language : English
- School: Design
- Timetable : Afternoon-Evening L/V de 16:30 a 21:30
- Attendance: in-person
- Qualification: Private
Students will develop their creative abilities with experimental workshops within the following disciplines: fashion design, product design, interior design and graphic design.
Students will learn about the methodology used in design process and will master the use of the necessary tools to deal with transverse projects. They will also have the chance to study with renowned professionals.
Aimed at: Individuals looking to complement and enrich their artistic education under the direction of experienced professionals, developing their creativity in a practical and intensive way through multidisciplinary projects.
Admission process: the heads of the courses may request an updated copy of candidates’ CV if they deem it necessary.
Certification: An accredited certification will be submitted upon satisfactory completion of the course.
The course is divided into 4 creative workshops
- Week 1: Fashion Design Workshop
- Week 2: Interior Design Workshop
- Week 3: Product Design Workshop
- Week 4: Graphic Design Workshop
Class attendance is mandatory and essential in order to obtain this diploma. Students can apply to the entire course (4 workshops) or only to one of those.
The Fashion Workshop will give the student the opportunity to discover a self interesting fashion concept, work with it and get both a physical product and a fashion image. The development of this process will enable the student to find out his/her fashion interests and skills, as long as providing him/her with a certain base to face a Fashion Design Undergraduate.
Learn how to work like professional graphic designers. This approach is called “design for the real world” and its aims are for students to learn how to receive a briefing, prepare a budget, carry out a benchmark, design (conceptualization, first ideas and binding meetings) and present it to the client.
The course increases the ability to design and make a prototype of a piece of wooden furniture. Different aspects are studied: functional requirements, ergonomics, materials and ensembles, production, finishes and communication. Lessons are given based on case studies and examples of furniture designs. Each student proposes an idea for a family of products, then designs and develops several products in the same family and, finally, makes a model or prototype of a piece. The course ends with the presentation in public of the finished piece and all the development and communication process of the family.
An introduction to the fascinating world of Interior Design for either those who are thinking of studying an Interior Design Undergraduate Course as well as for those who would like to have an insight into this discipline. It will enable the student to empower his creativity towards a spatial design, learning about the tools required and the stages involved within a week’s workshop, dealing with a real interior design project.
Centuries of shared influences have marked the historical and cultural relations between Italy and Spain.
We can remember the Spanish domination over Milan, lasted almost two centuries, and that in southern Italy. In a way, the decision that Spain would be the first country outside Italy to host IED campuses came quite naturally.
In this city, one of the most important in the world and a crossroads of European and Latin American cultures, IED develops its teaching in design in its traditional areas (Design, Fashion, the Visual Arts and Communication), while also implementing innovative areas to train professionals capable of designing interactions, services and systems that put the focus on the individual.