Design School

Administration building Rhode Island School of Design - featured image

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) is a private art and design school in Providence, Rhode Island. It was founded in 1877 and now offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in 19 different fields. It is affiliated with Brown University, with which it shares a College Hill campus.Read More →

Ecolle Boulle College, Paris, France

The Ɖcole Boulle was created in 1886 and is named after the cabinetmaker AndrĆ©-Charles Boulle, who during the reign of Louis XIV (1643-1715), the Sun King, was commonly considered to be the preeminent artist in the field of marquetry or inlay. The art of AndrĆ©-Charles Boulle is regarded today as “Boulle Work”. Read More →

EĢcole nationale supeĢrieure des Arts DeĢcoratifs

The Ɖcole nationale supĆ©rieure des arts dĆ©coratifs was instrumental in the emergence of the Art Deco design movement and the development of modern design trends in the 1920s. Animation, photography, scenography, industrial design, communication design, interactive design, film, interior design, fashion, textile, and engraving are among the subjects taught at the School.Read More →

Escola de Belas Artes - featured image

The Escola de Belas Artes (School of Fine Arts) is a former colonial school that is now part of the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.Read More →

Slade School of Fine Art

A training school for artists established in 1871 as part of the University College of London. It is named after the art collector Felix Slade (1788ā€“1868), who in his will endowedĀ chairs of fine art at the universities of London, Oxford and Cambridge. Read More →

EĢcole Estienne

In honour of the Estienne family, the school was named after a famous family of printers from the 16th century, including Henri Estienne (elder), Robert Estienne and Charles Estienne. Its mission was to address the poor printing and book-making qualifications and standards, covering theoretical and practical aspects.Read More →

One of the foremost universities in Vienna, Austria, is TU Wien (TUW; German: Technische UniversitƤt Wien; also known in English as the Vienna University of Technology from 1975ā€“2014). The University has gained comprehensive international and domestic recognition in both teaching and science and is a highly respected partner of innovation-oriented enterprises.Read More →

Hochschule fuĢˆr Gestaltung

After WWII, Ulm, Hochschule fĆ¼r Gestaltung, a forward-thinking West German institution, was closely associated with a more scientific, logical, and productive design approach. It shifted away from the traditional reliance on existing notions of the innovative individual designer’s dominance and towards a problem-solving approach to design that included the use of multidisciplinary expertise. Read More →