University of Lincoln

MA Interior Architecture and Design

University of Lincoln
In Lincoln

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Typology Postgraduate
Location Lincoln
  • Postgraduate
  • Lincoln

This MA programme is designed for art, architecture and design graduates who wish to specialise in creative approaches to interiors in buildings and environmental design.The programme is designed to enable you to explore the potential of spaces and structures with input from lecturers and practitioners. You can benefit from a multidisciplinary studio environment at the School of Architecture & Design, offering an integrated approach to research and study. You may choose to engage with the research community in the School to inform your investigations.

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Where and when
Starts Location
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Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS, Lincolnshire, England
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Starts On request
Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS, Lincolnshire, England
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Formative assessment occurs regularly throughout the programme by means of student critiques, draft written assignments and progress reviews. Summative assessment is via project presentation supported by written project documentation.Assessment Feedback

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What you'll learn on the course

Architecture Design
Interior Architecture

Course programme

This module provides an opportunity for students to build on, and significantly extend, their certificate stage experience through a combination of practice and written enquiry. The module is designed to enable students to undertake more advanced and in-depth study in preparation for the final masters level thesis project.
The module comprises two linked sections where the students’ particular research interests can be critically explored through a process of self-directed practice based enquiry, supported by a complementary written study.
Students have the opportunity to advance their personal practice by conducting a pilot study in the form of a critical investigation into an aspect of their field of interest. The study may be conceptual/ material/ technical or cultural in focus and should be innovative and speculative in character. The issue(s) under investigation will normally comprise an area of enquiry that may be expanded upon within the final stage of the programme, the master’s thesis.
Written Study:
Students are expected to investigate the social and cultural context of a specialist area of Interior Architecture and Design and undertake an independently managed research study linked to their personal practice. Regular seminars or group tutorials are available to guide the student through a staged process of research to the submission of a theorised essay/ report which may, if so desired, form the basis of more sustained written investigation within the master’s thesis.
Interior Architecture and Design Research Methods
This module provides students with an the opportunity to develop an understanding of basic research processes, research ethics and a critical framework for the foundation of research questions and strategies.
Lectures and seminars encourage an appreciation of different approaches to research and an understanding of the significance of alternative epistemological positions that provide the context for art and design research. The module provides an overview of critical paradigms that may be used to underpin research leading to either practice based or written outcomes.

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