Course Overview

The three-dimensional world of accessory design is an exciting field of creativity and experimentation – it deals with the design of a wide variety of wearable and non-wearable accessory objects encompassing personal accessories like bags, shoes, jewellery as well as home décor objects.

The course learning integrates knowledge of making with a keen sense of aesthetics which is then applied to design and develop a wide of range objects for essential every day to high-end luxury markets. Fusing imagination, aesthetics and functionality, students acquire making skills, hone their perception and develop design aptitude to create lifestyle accessories and systems. Career prospects are enhanced by national and international exposure, real-time projects and mentoring by industry experts. 

The 4 years of the UG programme is a combination of lectures, seminars, studio work and workshops for hands-on learning and making. Our on-campus maker space is well-equipped for both mechanical and digital fabrication and have full-time technicians to support and facilitate student work. Projects often take students outside the classroom for extended field work for e.g. study trips, field research and industry visits. Students spend their time interacting with faculty and industry mentors; learning different materials, processes and technologies; studying past and future trends; understanding local and global aesthetics and styles; working with both traditional as well as contemporary crafts and techniques.

The UG Accessory Design course provides a large canvas for exploration and self-expression, students are encouraged to become agile thinkers, adept makers and fearless creatives.

Scope of design work includes:

  • Wearable Accessories:

Bags, Shoes, Watches, Eyewear, Jewellery (precious & non-precious)

  • Non-Wearable Accessories

Home Décor Objects, Office Accessories, Tableware

Curriculum

Visual Culture | Material Culture | Media Culture | Design Culture

Design Culture | Design Language | Material Design | 3D Tools | Usability | Object Stories | Craft | Usability in Practice

Cultural Studies | Design Research | Envisioning Design Directions | Mass Customisation | Industry Live Projects | Small Scale Manufacturing | Mixed Materials | International Experience

Business Tools for Designers | Social Enterprise Projects | FutureLabs | Developing Specialised Product(s) | Career Mentoring | Final Design Projects | Making A Professional Portfolio

Every student will undergo a Professional Practice and Final Project session before their final portfolio display.

Students' Work

Have a glance at some of the stellar work executed by our students.

Faculty

Mr. Mehta has practiced as an architect for over 20 years. Growing up and completing his education in the United States, he made the decision to shift permanently to India in 2009, where he became a full-time design educator. He has taught at both the School of Planning & Architecture as well as NIFT, both in Delhi.

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Career Path

Our 360° comprehensive learning-based model opens up multiple avenues and opportunities for students.

  • Product Companies

  • Design Houses

  • Export Houses

  • Retail Chains

  • Jewellery Houses

  • Department Stores

  • Working With Established Designers

  • Craft Organisations

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