INTERIOR DESIGN / INTERIORS

Creative luxury living for residential, commercial & luxury space

Three Year Course

28 Sep 2020 - 16 Jul 2021
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enrolment fee € 4.000
 
tuition fee EU € 16.500
tuition fee non-EU € 19.900

Programme Specification

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Three Year Course

28 Sep 2020 - 16 Jul 2021
it · en
fees
enrolment fee € 4.000
 
tuition fee EU € 16.500
tuition fee non-EU € 19.900

Programme Specification

Highlights

Ba (Hons) Degree* **

28 Sep 2020 - 25 Jun 2021
en
fees
enrolment fee £ 3.300
 
tuition fee EU £ 13.400
tuition fee non-EU £ 16.800

Participants who successfully complete the programmes taught in English in Paris and London will be awarded with a BA (Hons) Degree by Manchester Metropolitan University-UK; BA (Hons) Degree (sandwich) is a four-year course which includes a 36-week placement. 120 credits points are available each year of study in order to gain an honours degree, obtaining 360 credits upon successful completion of the three year course. Participants on the four-year sandwich course will receive 120 practice credits for the additional year. All candidates should meet specific entry requirements (please check www2.mmu.ac.uk/international/ for international equivalents); for further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office at the chosen school.

For the London School, payment must be made in GBP only.

Programme Specification

Highlights

Interpret space and enhance the way we live today using colour, layout, acoustics, lighting, furniture and fabrics. Interior designers plan responding to the ‘identity’ of the given space, as well as taking on-board demands of physical wellbeing, and performance needs of the space in question. This three year course covers a complex mix of technical design skills (CAD), combined with a contemporary approach, learning how to create a story evoking both style and mood in the main areas of contemporary lifestyle interiors: residential, commercial, retail, public spaces, and exhibition design. Participants discover how to interpret and ‘read’ a space, combining technical aspects in construction with contemporary design elements, fundamental for the successful management and development of design proposals.

They research and evaluate past and current trends, and brand identity, responding to their own individual style combined with industry needs, project briefs, brand image strategies, or specific client requests.

The history and evolution of interior design takes a look at the discipline as an art form and as a science in its ability to ‘transform’ space. Throughout the course focus is on interiors specific to the world of luxury where participants research and analyse the importance of brand identity, planning for retail spaces such as flagship stores, showrooms, trade fairs and exhibition spaces. ‘Real world’ experience in project development is achieved through collaborations with companies on industry projects, taking an idea from concept through to final presentation, as well as ‘signing-off’ the space upon completion. Covering different segments of the market participants receive professional feedback and guidance from the company throughout the project.

A final graduation showcase event gives the opportunity to further network and engage with industry professionals. They are encouraged to experiment with contemporary design, and consider new approaches in the industry that are evolving today, including influences in sound, scent, tactile features, ‘well-being’ design, sustainability and innovative new materials. Being able to develop, design, and present forward-thinking solutions for interior design projects, with a strong aesthetic awareness, opens up diverse career opportunities in contemporary architectural and interior design practices, and interior divisions in the fashion, luxury and creative industries.

This course forms the base of all three-year interior design study pathways. With interior design as the core subject, participants select from different pathways to specialise in a chosen area of interest, responding to individual creative flair and passion.

This course is also available as a BA (Hons) four-year course (including Sandwich Year Placement).

Participants who successfully complete the programmes taught in English in Paris and London will be awarded with a BA (Hons) Degree by Manchester Metropolitan University-UK; BA (Hons) Degree (sandwich) is a four-year course which includes a 36-week placement. 120 credits points are available each year of study in order to gain an honours degree, obtaining 360 credits upon successful completion of the three year course. Participants on the four-year sandwich course will receive 120 practice credits for the additional year. All candidates should meet specific entry requirements (please check www2.mmu.ac.uk/international/ for international equivalents); for further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office at the chosen school.



Participants who successfully complete the three year courses ‘Fashion Design & Accessories*’, ‘Interior Design*’, ‘Product Design’, and ‘Visual Design’ in Milano and Firenze, will be awarded the AFAM First Level Academic Diploma. Recognised by the Italian Ministry of Education as an academic diploma equivalent to a university undergraduate level degree, participants will obtain 180 CFA (crediti formativi accademici) equivalent to 180 ECTS credits. *The pathways held in Milano and Firenze ‘Fashion Design & Accessories with Womenswear Pathway’, ‘Fashion Design & Accessories with Menswear Pathway’ are a specialisation of the recognised AFAM main courses ‘Fashion Design & Accessories’ (Pathway final diplomas will state the main course title).



LEARNING FOCUS

  • Spatial design
  • Designing public spaces
  • Residential design
  • Brand identity into interior design
  • Professional portfolio
  • Materials and surfaces
  • Illustration and colour technique
  • CAD
  • History of art and design
  • Research approaches

POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS

  • Interior designer
  • Interiors for editorial/publishing
  • Showroom management
  • Consultant for exhibitions/installations
  • Set designer

STUDY UNITS · LONDON

Year one

  • Interior Architectural Fundamentals
  • Approaching Interior Design, Project and Processes
  • Interior Design Project
  • History of Art, Design and Visual Culture

Year two

  • Contemporary Project Analysis
  • Interior Design Experience
  • Interior Design Defined
  • Design and Cultural Perspective

Year three

  • Residential Interior Design
  • Branded Environments
  • Final & Graduate Projects
  • Researching Theory and Practice

Talent Projects

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