- Designing ways for job search. Gray, Alison // Cabinet Maker;8/01/2003, Issue 5349, p3
Focuses on designing ways to provide employment to graduating furniture design students in Great Britain. Result of sending students to furniture factories; Development of good relationship between schools and the furniture industry; Efforts of the designers to make contact with the trade.
- Views. // Cabinet Maker;6/1/2007, Issue 5540, p8
The article relates the author's experience as head of service at the Furniture Ombudsman in Great Britain. The first task of the author was to review the procedures of the Furniture Ombudsman in order to assess the service to retailers and customers. Then, he was planning to introduce a couple...
- NeoCon 2011: Furnish your mind. // Contract;May2011, Vol. 52 Issue 4, Special page p19
The article lists the comprehensive educational programs for design professionals at the NeoCon 2011 exhibition including Facilities Construction/Renovation, Facilities Management and Lighting Design.
- EVENTS & COURSES. // British Woodworking;Jun/Jul2011, Issue 24, p8
A calendar of events related to woodwork from June to July 24, 2011 is presented which include the opening of Didcot on June 2-4, an inaugural furniture conference which will be hosted by the National School of Furniture on June 7, and a Making Simple Furniture course on July 7-10.
- Coffs Harbour Furniture Design Course. Ewart, John // Australian Woodworker;Aug2012, Issue 164, p40
The article offers information on furniture design training and courses offered by the Coffs Harbour Education Campus which is located in New South Wales. It states that the campus provides the Furniture Design Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses which involve furniture design and making...
- School is in session at Steelcase University. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;06/28/99, Vol. 17 Issue 26, pB4
Focuses on the collegiate summer program on furniture design offered by Steelcase University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Participants; Program presenters; Details of the university's scholarship grants; Enrollment requirements.
- Riley wins ASFD scholarship. // Furniture/Today;6/1/2015, Vol. 39 Issue 40, p4
The article announces that David Riley, a sophomore at the Rhode Island School of Design, has won the Touching Lives by Design Merit Scholarship of the American Society of Furniture Designers (ASFD), which will support his continued study in furniture design.
- Interdisciplinary Studies and Furniture Research. Brunecký, Petr // Czech Business & Trade;2007 Furniture Supplement, p25
The article focuses on the interdisciplinary studies and furniture research in the Czech Republic. The author traces the history of the study of professional furniture making in the country. He also points out the new furniture engineering programs of study that are offered in several...
- CLASSES. // Australian Woodworker;Mar/Apr2013, Issue 168, p10
The article presents several lists related to woodworking classes in Australia which include the Working with Wood on general woodworking, the Custom Made Furniture in cabinet making and the Evening Carving Classes.