Our teaching program offers 8 courses: Interior design, Graphic design, Fashion design, Product design, Landscape design, Design Psychology, Web design, Painting and Drawing. The length of each course depends on artistic skills of each student. It ranges from six months to two and a half scholastic year. We are in earnest about the quality of our education. That’s why the teaching program is worked out on basis of higher education. The experience of our teachers who combine teaching with practice helped us to do so. Most teachers of our school are members of the Union of Artists and the Union of Designers of Russia. At the end of each course a successful graduate gets a diploma in extended professional education.
ArtFuture Design School takes an active part at international furniture exhibitions: Isaloni (SaloneSatellite exposition, Milan, Italy, April 2009), IMM cologne ([D3] design talents exposition, Cologne, Germany, January 2010), Stockholm Furniture Fair (Green house exposition, Stockholm, Sweden, February 2010), ICFF (New York, USA, May 2010).
ArtFuture Design School collaborates with several European universities.
ArtFuture Design School and Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano are pleased to present their St. Petersburg to Milano joint Summer Session. The program includes 3 weeks of tuition taking place from June 28th to July 2nd in St. Petersburg at ArtFuture and from July 5th to July 16th in Milan at NABA.
In St. Petersburg students can choose among the following courses:
The above courses can be combined with a
Based on interconnection of traditional images and contemporary structures, the project reveals several themes developed by «ArtFuture» design school students and graduates together with project curators. The participants were suggested to use one of Russian traditional images — matryoshka (as a silhouette, structure or segments) for developing contemporary interior items. Prime planes, inspired by Malevich suprematism, and modular systems of construction were accepted as a starting point for creating modern space. The traditional living, closely connected with nature, reveals emotional attitude for matters. The authentic way of life ub Russian village provided natural though functional forms that never loose their charm and are capable to evolve and acquire new meanings. The ecological forms just as hay mattresses, felt coverings, wooden furniture are capable to bring freshness and warmth into strict urban living.
The first photo, our project after installation