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Continuing Education Center (CEC)
 

Furniture, Fixtures and Equipments ​​Non-certificate course


Course Description:

The purpose of the course is to develop designers' knowledge and skills related to aspects of FF&E world, from development and management of furniture styles through to the final furniture elements selection (including fabrics, lighting, rugs, accessories…). This course breaks down the process of furnishing a space. It equips the designer with the knowledge of how to develop the proper decision making process and provide the designed space its true value.

The program is 30 hours in duration held in English. The course gives the designer a great knowledge about Furniture Firms through a mixture of lectures, design studios, and workshops.

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Course Content:​

  • Introduction to FF&E

  • Design elements

  • Interior and furniture styles

  • Brainstorming and research techniques

  • Building an interior design concept process guideline

  • Creating mood boards

  • Furniture layout, selection and zoning

  • Furniture, fabric and finishes selection

  • Furniture firms variety and rating

  • Detailed furniture BOQ

 

Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will be enlightened by FF&E world. They will have a widen knowledge about furniture suppliers firms and styles that they will use to create their new space language. They will be able to create an environment that implements the basic design and decorating principals while understanding the space by using decorating styles, furniture elements, lighting and color texture to pull it all together.

 

Target Audience:

  • Architects

  • Interior architects & designers

  • Furniture designers & producers

  • Gallery owners

  • Architecture students

  • Interior design students

  • Graduate and participating designers


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