Design ❯ ITA


Projects that change the world.

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As a designer, you will design spaces, furnishings and objects, rendering them contemporary, functional and innovative. Always a step ahead of current styles and trends, you will learn to interpret the society in which we live, helping to attribute it with a deeper significance.

The designer is a professional who creates contemporary spaces, furniture, and everyday objects that are functional and elegant. Anticipating trends, the designer interprets the society in which we live and help to construct its most profound meaning. The expectation is that our homes, cities, and everyday objects will be constantly renewed and improved thanks to the talent and intuition of tomorrow’s designers: of designers who graduate from RUFA. As the principal actor of contemporary style, thanks to the designer’s understanding of the processes and techniques involved in implementing a project, the RUFA design graduate is a professional with the ability to make an authoritative contribution, through their work, to interior architecture, product design, and street furniture. The most important techniques of computer-aided graphical representation and design (digital modelling and virtual architecture) are part of the professional patrimony of the RUFA-qualified designer, who as an all-rounder is able to collaborate both with the small-scale artisan and the large-scale manufacturer, creating everything from the one-off object to a complete product range. Since there are no limits to the fields in which the designer operates, they can also work as coordinators of events or in launching trends and styles.
Academy Degrees are equivalent to Bachelor’s university degrees.

*The course is available in English or Italian language.

Coordinator: Fabio Mongelli
Tutor: Alessio Cremisini
Lecturers: Adriana Annunziata, Floriana Cannatelli, Alessandro Ciancio, Alessio Cremisini, Rosa Cuppone, Gian Luca Gentili, Alessandro Gori, Anna Janowska, Giorgio Marcatili, Antonio Pace, Simone Pane, Felice Patacca, Puglisi Luigi Prestinenza, Meltem Eti Proto, Giuseppe Ragosta, Christian Rizzo, Ely Rozenberg, Martha Scherr, Emanuele Tarducci, Caterina Tomeo, Alessandro Vergoz.



Suggested training programme – Design Department

Total Credits180
I YEARDesign 1
Interior Design8100
Applied Technologies450
History of design 1645
Design Methodology675
3D Digital Modelling Techniques 1675
Architectural Model-Making675
Technical Drawing & Project Design675
Basics of Computer Design675
Technology of Materials450
Basics of Computer Science450
II YEARDesign 2
Interior Design8100
Exhibit Design450
History Of Design 2645
Types of Art Materials675
3D Digital Modelling Techniques 2675
Product Design 1675
Features of Architecture & Urban Design675
Light Design 1450
Theory & Practice Of Perspective Drawing450
History of Contemporary Architecture645
III YEARDesign 3
Interior Design8100
Exhibit Design450
Multimedia Design675
Virtual Architecture675
Product Design 2675
Light Design 2675
Art History: Artistic Styles & Context645
Optional Subject6/

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