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The practice of interior architecture offers a multidisciplinary approach to the design of habitable spaces. It combines a variety of fields including architecture, furniture and product design, graphics, performing arts, and art.
This course is specifically designed to provide graduates with an expertise in the design of interiors, dealing with areas such as domestic, recreational, and commercial functions. There is a strong emphasis on drawing, and a considerable part of the course is assessed on the basis of design projects carried out by the student during the academic year.
Careers or Further Progression...
The graduate will be equipped with the skills to work anywhere where new interiors are being created, including working in practices and organisations such as architectural, interior architectural and interior design, local authorities, specialist design offices, media and performing arts, galleries and museums, contracting and manufacturing companies.
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