This is your time — experience it all
Cutting-edge resources. Connected faculty. Celebrated guests and world-renowned events. As a furniture design student at SCAD, you can capitalize on every opportunity to get the most out of your student experience.
Where function meets talent
The Gulfstream Center for Design is a 42,000-square-foot repurposed warehouse teeming with opportunity, allowing you to explore different types of fabrication and materials. From laser cutters to spray booths, you will have everything you need to transform your ideas into reality.
Premium tools always at your fingertips:
- Large studio classrooms with ample space to research, build and learn, plus industrial and furniture design galleries
- Woodworking and metal fabrication studio, welding facility, plastics-working area, bench rooms and spray booths
- Computer labs with Cintiq pen displays
- 3-D CAD programs Rhino, SolidWorks, and Alias
- KeyShot rendering package
- Large and small scale five-axis CNC machines, large and small scale laser cutters, and large format printers and plotters
- Seven fused deposition modeling and one Polyjet 3-D printer for rapid prototyping
- Adobe Creative Cloud (always up-to-date and free for download)
Join forces with the luminaries of design as we celebrate SCADstyle each year. Through lectures, conversations and workshops with visual leaders and designers, students draw inspiration and form lasting connections with industry powerhouses.
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Make your SCAD experience even more unforgettable
We encourage students to take a quarter abroad at one of our international locations as a means of gaining cultural perspective, adding a worldly dimension to their résumés, and drawing inspiration from the sights, sounds and characters of an entirely new setting.
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Take the first step to becoming a furniture designer
We'll tell you everything you need to know about landing your dream job in furniture design. Just request more information from SCAD, and let us do the rest.