What Is an Interior Design Degree?
An interior designer designs the internal space of a building or structure; this could be a fixed building or even a moving structure such as an aeroplane. You will be responsible for the layout and configuration of inside space including kitchens, bathrooms and surfaces.
What will I study?
You will use drawing, model-making, film and mixed media to explore the re-imaging of space for new or different purposes. There will be an emphasis on project work to build your creativity and engage with the community through your designs.
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In year one you will be introduced to interior design within a historical and cultural context. You will use this year to establish your skills, specialist knowledge and practises.
Year two is your opportunity to broaden and deepen your skills and knowledge in the field. You will learn how to think through drawing, how to consider identity and history and you will continue to study theory in order to contextualise your learning.
In year three you will be able to apply your skills and spatial design awareness. Through project and community work you will consolidate your knowledge, develop independent creativity and prepare yourself for professional practise. Graduating students will be able to exhibit their work in a graduate show.
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