The Industrial Design Department recognizes that design is an activity that fundamentally shapes our world and influences the processes of change. We aim for our students to find their own place, from where they can lead or contribute to these processes. The course is focused on consumer products, furniture and other industrial designed products that enhance the economic potential of the country, while realizing that most of tomorrow’s products and services do not yet exist today.
The basic aim of the course is to integrate forward-thinking strategies and come up with new possibilities, to engage with design as a cultural activity in the context of art, society, the environment, humanity, technology, and diverse forms and scales of production. The department emphasizes a strong culture of experimentation, innovation and debate, as well as the ability to generate futuristic scenarios for its ID course.