PRD-313                                    Product Design                                         (3+0)3

Course Description

Individuals interested in designing and creating the fabrics and materials used in fashion, interior design and even automotive design might consider a degree program in textile design. The most common degree available in this subject is the Bachelor of Arts in Textile Design. Master's degree programs are available for those interested in textile design management. These programs combine classroom lectures with hands-on studio labs.

In order to gain acceptance to a bachelor's program, applicants must provide high school transcripts, standardized test scores, personal essays and sometimes a portfolio of artwork. Many graduate programs require the completion of a bachelor's degree in a field such as textiles, design, art, fashion, supply chain management or business

Course contents

  • Construction of  Design for Home Textile
  • Development of interior products for interior design & home furnishes
  • Development of fashion products
  • Development of product for ramp show
  • Explanation of suspended  panels

Objectives and Outcomes:

Product Design Concentration-These are the program objectives:

1. To promote an understanding of Fashion and Textile Design in relation to the needs of fashion, contractual furnishings, home textiles, and the business to business textile products.

2. To provide hands-on experience using a set of complex technologies found in industry today to build prototypical solutions to solve current needs.

3. To provide experience in responding to market opportunities with creative and innovative products that integrate a set of academic disciplines such as textile materials, design fundamentals, business fundamentals, sourcing, data mining of market information, and new developments in material science and engineering.

4. To create an educational environment that approximates the actual conditions in industry by building studios and workshops containing state-of-the-art systems, resources, technologies, and a community of creativity and innovation.

5. To develop strong multi-functional teamwork and communication skills using visual and verbal presentation assignments and interfaces with practitioners in the design community and the

Recommended Resource Material

  1. Urban Eco CNIC (Oliver Heath)



Sessional: 20%

Mid term: 30%

Final exam: 50%




Class participation will have extra marks.


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