BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design

University of Lincoln
In Lincoln

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Lincoln
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Lincoln

The BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design degree at Lincoln takes a multidisciplinary approach that positions the subject between the academically rigorous profession of architecture and the fast-paced world of contemporary visual culture and design.On this degree, students will have the opportunity to develop practical design knowledge in specialist studios, learning from staff who are active both professionally and as researchers. Students will have the chance to learn about building technology while developing their own creative style. Studio learning is enhanced by a comprehensive programme of lectures and seminars, which aims to provide a thorough education in the social and historical context of architecture.

Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS, Lincolnshire, England
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Starts On request
Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS, Lincolnshire, England
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What you'll learn on the course

Interior Architecture
Architecture Design

Course programme

Exploratory in nature, this module focuses on essential 2D and 3D design skills and their inter-relationship in spatial composition.
The module will aim to introduce students to the study and practice of analytical and measured drawing, orthographics, model making and the concept of design language though the exploration of line, plane, space, form and human scale.
Design Process
Students have the opportunity to build on a range of essential design skills that can be applied to projects. The generation of design language is enhanced and developed by the introduction of spatial narrative supported by text, images and an introduction to the use of light, materials and construction.
History and Theory of Architecture and Design
This module is designed to covers the development of architecture, art and design from ancient times through to the present. Visual research, analysis and presentation techniques can be developed alongside text-based academic techniques.
Students can focus on applying basic 2D and 3D skills to the design of a small interior environment. Projects will be based within an existing building and students can explore integrative strategies essential to successful design.

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