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Study grants - Politecnico di Milano | Architectour.net
January 9, 2011

Study grants - Politecnico di Milano Architectour.netPOLI.DESIGN - Consortium of Politecnico di Milano offers 6 study grants for the "Bathroom Design – Designing the bathroom environment for the new public venue" to all Architectour.net users.
The course, for engineers, architects and designers is aimed on the invention, design and furnishing of bathroom environment in public, hospitality and entertainment venues.
Poli.Design-Consortium of Politecnico di Milano has established the first and only course in Europe of high standard training in “Bathroom Design”, a postgraduate course for architects and designers interested in specialising in design for the bathroom environment in public, hospitality and entertainment venues, in touch with the evolution of the market and the aesthetic languages.
The teaching staff includes the most renowned Italian designers in the hospitality sector and high profile personalities of Politecnico di Milano who will be in charge of the planning, design, furniture and materials topics, and a selected number of experts who will focus on advanced entrepreneurial, technical and technological topics.
The 6th edition of the 120-hour course, with final project work and an educational tour of the most important spaces in Milan, takes place from 21 February to 11 March at POLI.design – Politecnico di Milano (Campus Bovisa).

Deadline for application for € 3,500 study grant: January 30, 2011.
The designers selected will pay only the registration fee of € 500 + VAT.

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