July 3, 2018

Call for applications: Institute Integrative Design Masterstudio in Basel

FHNW Academy of Art and Design

Master-Workshop, George Orwell, 2017. © Masterstudio Design.

Masterstudio Design is the Master's degree program in Design in which inquisitive individuals from disciplines such as industrial design, fashion design, scenography, architecture, visual communication, the arts as well as from related sciences and humanities, develop new perspectives for their professional careers.

Masterstudio Design aggregates four Studios, each facilitating emphases of interests and skills within a transdisciplinary curriculum.

Studio Integrative Design
Studio Integrative Design portrays the Master's degree core program. With a consistently interdisciplinary bias, it reflects the belief that urging challenges in rapidly transforming lifeworlds can no longer be adequately addressed by isolated disciplines. The Studio promotes an integral understanding of the manifold implications and opportunities of design agency.

Candidates have a university or college degree in a design discipline, the visual or applied arts, architecture or related humanities and technical subject areas.

Studio Fashion Design
Leitmotif of the Master's degree emphasis program Studio Fashion Design is Fashion Entrepreneurship: the ability to develop one's own creative vision in a changing fashion system, to implement it and to situate it in the market on the basis of innovative strategies. By challenging the current practice of fashion, the objective lies in the development of alternative and sustainable design concepts that produce a high degree of independence and a self-confident establishment in the market.

Candidates have a university or college degree or equivalent qualification in fashion design, textile design, costume design or a related subject area.

Studio Scenography & Exhibition Design
The Master's degree emphasis program Studio Scenography & Exhibition Design aims to qualify independent auteur designers to occupy progressive positions in the field of scenography. Relevance in the sense of social scenography, the economical appropriateness of the employed means and the use of contemporary production techniques outline the scope of the project work.

Candidates have a university or college degree in scenography, interior design, exhibition design or a related subject area.

Studio Industrial Design
The Master's degree emphasis program Studio Industrial Design is geared to promote a discerning, individual and research-oriented training in order to succeed in the competitive professional design sector.

The Studio focuses on three areas: International Cooperation, Advanced Design Methods and Associated Professionals who collaborate exclusively with the Studio Industrial Design.

Candidates have a university or college degree in industrial design, product design, furniture design or a related subject area.

Registration deadline: July 15, 2018
Start of course: September 17, 2018

Contact [​at​], Nathalie Bahala, T +41 61 228 40 66 / T +41 61 467 48 85

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