The Architecture for Fashion course at YACademy teaches students to design showrooms for luxury Italian fashion brands over the course of nine months.
YACademy's Architecture for Fashion course collects the most relevant international experience in the field and prepares students to gain skills that can spend in the field of luxury and to become familiar with a segment of the market characterized by an eternal charm and continuous rewarding opportunities.
The course offers three scholarships with full coverage of the enrollment cost for the most deserving students. It is also possible to participate in the courses remotely.
With a frequency of three days per week for a duration of two months, Architecture for Fashion hosts several frontal teaching modules and numerous interventions by well-known professionals working at world-renowned companies, including Kazuyo Sejima, Duccio Grassi, Melodie Leung, Italo Rota, Claudio Silvestrin.
Carried out in collaboration with SANAA and Missoni, the course's workshop will focus on the redesign of the historical showroom of the maison in Milan, which aims at creating a cozy environment, a place that can represent the quality of the company and project into the future one of the most iconic brands of made-in-Italy fashion.
In addition, YACademy offers its students the opportunity to participate in the process of producing their own ideas.
Students will gain practical experience on construction sites and, above all, the authorship of projects built for excellent commissions, destined for a major media echo and capable of defining a turning point in their professional career.
To conclude the course, each student will carry out a period of collaboration with one of YACademy's partner firms.
Such collaboration will have a minimum duration of two months and guaranteed remuneration consistently with regulatory requirements.
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