스웨덴 대학의 디자인 교육 - 스웨덴 국립디자인대학을 중심으로

Title
스웨덴 대학의 디자인 교육 - 스웨덴 국립디자인대학을 중심으로
Authors
강현주
Keywords
스웨덴, 대학, 디자인 교육
Issue Date
1997
Publisher
인하대학교 교육연구소
Series/Report no.
인하교육연구제3권153-170 pp.
Abstract
The University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, founded in 1844, is one of the oldest design schools in the world and has taken very important role in the development of Swedish modern design. This college - usually called Konstfack in Sweden - is unique among Swedish art schools in offering both arts, crafts, design and art education.
Konstfack was transformed under the influence of Bauhaus into a modern design institute and the experimental curriculum and its unique teaching system was completed in the middle of 70's. The phrase "Insigt och Flit" in the emblem of this school shows the Konstfack spirit which stresses the creative insight and endless diligence.
In the later half of 19th century Sweden was one of the undeveloped countries in Europe and she just entered the Industrial Revolution. Swedish culture at the time was also the barbarian one in comparison with the Continental cultures. Even she had the difficulty in founding her own cultural identity. So the Swedish intellectual in early 20th century tried to find out "What is Swedish?" and as the result they produced the Swedish Modern style in 1950's. In this process Konstfack has played the leading role. To look over the history and educational system of this school will be helpful for our design education
URI
http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/968
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