BA study classroom
MA study classroom
Textile printing workshop
Knitting and tapestry workshop
Weaving studio D505
The following looms can be used in the weaving studio:
- Toika computerised Loom, with 100 cm, number of shafts 24, 2 pcs
- Toika computerised Loom, with 120 cm number of shafts 24
Toika computerised Loom, with 150 cm number of shafts 16
- Countermarch Loom, with 110 cm, number of shafts 8
- Table Looms, number of shafts 4
- Toika table Looms, number of shafts 8, 2 pcs
- Jacquard Loom TC-1 150 cm, which offers a wide range of fabric weaving options
- The fabric weaving studio is compiling a library of materials, which provides an overview of material samples created by students of the textile design department.
Textile studio of the future D505.1
- Yamato industrial overlok
- Brother industrial sewing machine
- Ricoma industrial embroidery machine
- Hot press
- Vacuum press
- Tools for tinning
- Felting machine
Knitting studio D503
The followin knitting machines can be used in the knitting studio:
- Silver Reed SK 155 4 pcs
- Silver Reed SK 280 4 pcs
- connected to the computer Silver Reed SK 830
- It is also possible to use the tapestry frames required for the tapestry interweaving technique.
You can work in the workshop during the opening hours or in agreement with the workshop instructor.
Textile printing workshop D502
Ironing board (max dimensions: 155×486 cm); light box (max dimensions: 99×120 cm), hot press (max dimensions: 50×38 cm) and other tools for printing.
The textile printing workshop is available for use during classes or upon agreement with the workshop master.