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Interior Architecture
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BACHELORS

Middlesex University
London, Great Britain
On campus
Full-time
€17,739.80/year
 2128 Points
Duration
3 Years
Language
English

Program Description

Interior architecture is distinct from the better known field of interior design, though the two are linked. Interior architecture degrees typically focus on the adaptation and remodelling of existing buildings, bringing together the practices of interior design and architecture in one. This course incorporates a diverse range of buildings across the public, private, and commercial spheres.

We’ll encourage you to develop an individual style, independent thinking, and innovative ideas. We give all our students the skills needed to address real-world situations in an imaginative and dynamic way, preparing you for the world of work.

Our course can also be taken over four years instead of three, to include a one-year professional placement within the design industry, to be taken after your second year. You'll gain substantial professional practice and you’ll receive an Advanced Diploma Professional Practice: Interior Architecture & Design at graduation.

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Curriculum

Year 1

Fundamental Contexts and Skills

Fundamental Practice

Interpreting Contexts and Skills

Interpreting Practice

Year 2

Developing Contexts and Skills

Developing Practice

Interior Architecture: Application

Year 3

Interior Architecture: Integration - Research and Practice

Careers

Graduates from the BA Interior Architecture course are equipped to fulfil design roles in:

  • interior design and architectural practices
  • specialist studios and consultancies
  • building and property companies
  • advisory agencies
  • the design departments of public and commercial organisations

Possible careers with a degree in Interiors include:

  • Interior Designer
  • Interior Architect
  • Interior Decorator
  • Exhibition Designer
  • Space Planner

The creative industries sector is currently one of the fastest growing employment markets and graduates can take advantage of the many opportunities for design-related roles and activities across the built environment sector, as well as in the education, media, retail and entertainment sectors.

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