Quasar Institute For Advanced Design

Summer Yacht Design

The Italian nautical design has been synonymous with excellence for over 80 years, but few people are aware about the complexity of Naval Architecture and How do a designer build a yacht, what are the steps to follow, from concept to design to creation, in the context of an industrial process.

This course aims to train students to face the new conditions of the market, to learn about new types of boats and new methods of shipbuilding. Special attention will be given to the ecological innovations introduced in the market of today – a market much more sensitive to the preservation of our world. Studio sessions will be supported by visits to shipyards and by tours on yachts.

Quasar Institute For Advanced Design

Summer Yacht Design

Quasar Diploma

Do you know what a naval architect does? How does one design and build a yacht?
What are the steps, from concept to design to creation, in the context of an industrial process?

The Italian nautical design has been synonymous with excellence for over 80 years.

This course aims to train students to face the new conditions of the market, to learn about new types of boats and new methods of shipbuilding. Special attention will be given to the ecological innovations introduced in the market of today – a market much more sensitive to the preservation of our world. Studio sessions will be supported by visits to shipyards and by tours on yachts.

Summer Course in Rome

2 weeks – Full Time in Rome

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course students will have to create a work of interior design of a boat (sails or motor yacht), including 2D drawings and rendering of both external and internal parts.

WHO IS IT FOR

This course is designed for everyone who loves the sea and knows the world of sailing; people who aren’t necessarily technicians or naval architects, but who definitely want to deepen their knowledge of these technical topics.

To attend this hands-on course the participants must have a good knowledge of 3D modeling and know the program Rhinoceros. They must be reasonably good at freehand drawing and have a basic knowledge of Photoshop.

CREDITS INFO

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive a certificate of attendance. If the student wishes to convert the class hours attended in Italy into academic credits, he or she will have to arrange a suitable conversion with his or her faculty in the home country, before attending the course in Rome. QIAD can supply the specifications of the module in order to assist in this conversion. As reference, the summer program is equivalent to 4 ECTS per week.

Start: 28/06/2020

Attendance:2 weeks – Full Time (monday-friday)

Degree and certificates obtainede: Certificate of participation

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Overview

CLASSES
  • Technical terminology
  • Exteriors and Interiors
  • Classification of boats (RINA – MCA – CE)
  • Concept design
  • Projects example
  • Project 55 (workshop)
TEACHING STAFF
  • Marco Amadio, naval architect, chief designer (Yacht and Automotive composite solutions)
  • Vittorio Mariani, project manager
  • Simone Desideri, design and senior modeller, Studio Casali Group
  • Francesca Cianficconi, yacht interior designer, Viareggio Yacht shipyard
  • Antonio Luxardo, senior designer, Perini group
FEES 

REGISTRATION €300,00/pax (fix for all students, including materials and Q-Card)

TUITION

Individuals €1900,00

University Students Groups:

5-9 students €1400/pax

10-12 students €1200/pax

Junior Class 15-17 yrs. old (minimum 5 students plus a representative) €1100/pax

DEADLINE

April 15th Applications closure

April 30th 2020 Registration fee + Accommodation

May 30th 2020 Tuition Fee

ACCOMODATION

From June the 29th to July the 11th

SINGLE ROOM Bed and Breakfast € 900/pax.

DOUBLE ROOM Bed and Breakfast €650/pax.

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