Studio of Product Design
The Department of Product Design at the FFA was established in 1994.
We aim to teach naturally talented students to adopt methodical skills and learn to understand the wider context of the objects they design as a means in the processes of human activities and question their meaning at the same time.
Studio curriculum represents the cornerstone of teaching the principles of product design. Students are encouraged in the ability to employ artistic creativity as a crucial inspiring phenomenon integrating a wide spectrum of disciplines constituting the process of designing products for both mass production and unique pieces.
In order to have a good background in the discipline of product design, students acquire knowledge from a wide scale of technical subjects and humanities: technical drawing, perspective imaging, machining technologies, computer-generated design methods, color theory, ergonomics, the history of design, art history, aesthetics, philosophy, philosophy, economy, sociology, and other optional subjects. Students also must learn the principles of modeling and drawing within the mandatory subjects provided by the FFA, in which they improve their skills in the basic artistic methods.