In Furniture, students approach object making through a deep investigation of how different materials influence form and function.
Beginning with a strong foundation in technical woodworking in tandem with rigorous material exploration, students are prepared to create furniture that can fit into a range of industries — from product design to studio production and sculpture. Furniture students learn fabrication skills in wood, metal, and foundry, and the curriculum allows them to take additional electives in areas that will enhance their practice, including Ceramics, Glass, Metalsmithing, Fiber and Textiles, Product Design and Sculpture.
A degree in art and design can lead to multiple creative careers. CCS’s curriculum teaches the type of critical thinking and professional skills that give graduates great flexibility and many options as their careers unfold.
Custom Furniture Fabrication
Set and Prop Design
Color and Materials
Parts and Labor
Context Furniture Manufacturing
Stefani and Co.
Novem Car Interior Design
Scott Daniel Design
Independent Studio Furniture Maker