Industrial Designs

The legal protection is granted to an industrial design that does not contradict the public order, principles of humanity and morals, and complies with the patentability conditions.

The object of an industrial design may be the shape, picture, or coloration, or their combination, which define the appearance of an industrial product and are intended to satisfy aesthetic and ergonomic demands.

According to this Law, the legal protection is not granted to:

  • objects of architecture (except small architectural forms), industrial, hydrotechnical, and other stationary structures;
  • printed products per se;
  • objects of an unstable form of liquid, gaseous, free-flowing, or like substances, etc.