Interior Design BA(Hons)
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You’ll be given the opportunity to innovate and experiment, while developing your understanding of branded and commercial spaces, colour and materiality, and the reuse of existing buildings. With a strong focus on collaborative working, live projects and the design mentor scheme you will be well placed to become part of the industry’s next creative talent.
Create, experiment and design in our studios and workshops.
Develop your digital skills using Vectorworks and Adobe, alongside freehand drawing and modelling skills.
Work on real briefs set by businesses.
Establish important industry links through the second year design mentor scheme.
To take into account
You’ll begin by exploring everything from homes to healthcare environments, before deciding which direction most inspires you. We’ll cover essential design expertise, as well as more career-focused skills like project management and traditional and digital presentations.
Our graduates have become architectural illustrators for PBWC Architects, designers for LDA Design, interior designers for Areen Design, and freelance art directors for Arcade Advertising in Singapore.
104 - 120 UCAS points, primarily from Level 3 qualifications like A-levels, a BTEC Extended Diploma or a Foundation Diploma.
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- Interior Design
- Interior Fittings
- Interior car Styling
- Interior Kitchen Design
- Interior Architecture
- Design Process
- Design techniques
This year is all about learning to think, draw and model interior space. We’ll look at every aspect of interiors, from the decorative through to commercial interiors and interior architecture - supported by history and theories to develop your wider knowledge.
- Interior Design Principles 1
- Contextual Studies 1 / Seminal Interiors
- Interior Design Principles 2
- Contextual Studies 2 / Architectural Interiors
Building your real-world experience, you’ll explore materials and learn from an industry mentor. You’ll also visit sites, go on international field trips and have the chance to study in countries like Japan and Australia.
- Design Innovation
- Professional skills 1 / Critical Thinking
- Design Identity
- Professional Skills 2 / Employability
You’ll build a specialism, and create projects and a portfolio of work aimed at your ideal job. The course finishes with a degree show and a dissertation, giving you the platform and tools to launch your career.
- Exploratory Design Project
- Critical Report / Contextual and Industry Focus
- Comprehensive Design Project
Interior Design BA(Hons)