This course will allow you to develop your skills in furniture analysis and practical solutions, through workshop activities. You’ll study the history of furniture design and materials as well as the construction, upholstery and finishing of period furniture. You’ll also restore items of furniture throughout this course.
You'll study: Furniture Materials; Furniture Construction; Workshop Practice; Woodworking Machines; Restoration Techniques of Timber; Upholstery and Finishes; Veneering; Gold Leaf and Decoration; Power Tools; Furniture Restoration Practices; Conservation and Restoration of Materials.
Higher Design and Manufacture plus English at National 5, or NQ Furniture, or other relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6. A relevant HNC will give you entry to year 2. Entry subject to interview. Portfolio of work required.
Year 2 or 3 entry to BA Furniture Restoration or other degree programmes