Department of Design and Architecture

Department of Design and Architecture

Students in the Department of Design and Architecture acquire knowledge and skills in the field of architecture and design that enable them to successfully perform in a broad range of industries, from product and communication design to design planning and architecture.

Our program offers two courses, as follows;

  1. The Product Design course focuses on developing a wide range of products that define our lifestyles, including furniture, lighting, and industrial products that fulfill all human needs and help to create better living environments.
  2. The Architecture and Interior Design course focuses on developing the architectural design of buildings, including residential and commercial facilities (such as housing and stores), and educational and cultural facilities (such as museums and concert halls), to make useful contributions to our society.

Point of Learning

Educational Program Providing Two Courses in Alignment with Future Ambitions Targeting Future Architects
The second semester of the first year offers a choice of courses in Space Design and Product Design. Acquiring the required number of credits and gaining the prescribed practical experience after graduation enable students to obtain eligibility for sitting for the First Class Architect qualification examination.

Space Design Course: Providing the Sensitivity and Technology to Decorate a Wide Range of Different Spaces
Teaches architectural and interior design techniques for all types of environments, including living space, commercial space and public space. The students will learn the basics of architectural design, structural mechanics and environmental engineering as well as CG techniques in order to create actual plans, mock-ups and perspectives, etc.

Product Design: Cultivating Design Skills that Respect the Sense of Values Inherent with Viewers and Users
Teaches the design of household furniture, electrical appliances, advertisements and other everyday articles. In addition to aiming at levels of design that are not only pleasant to look at, but that also concentrate on the environments in which they are used and the users to take functionality and ease-of-use into account, the students will also learn about design techniques that accurately convey information.