Interest in interior architecture has grown rapidly in recent years. New materials, technologies and techniques are giving interior architects exciting new ways to explore the way spaces can be reformed or re-imagined for new of different forms of inhabitation.
Interior architecture combines the study and practice of interior design with architecture. It explores how the interiors of buildings such as office blocks, houses, hospitals and galleries are inhabited, used and experienced. Furthermore, it also explores how interiors of buildings can be changed to meet different needs and to express different functions, for example from a station multi-storey car park to a modern office block. The course will equip students with core architecture skills, knowledge and attributes to succeed in the industry.
Interior Architect, Project Manager, Retail and Commercial Design, Hospitality and Healthcare Design, Set & Exhibit Design, Visual Merchandising, Office Design.