30 July 2015
During the course, students will carry out real and creative research into structural and decorative interior design.
Following a methodology that combines the study of space, the object, and the design of materials, the student will have the opportunity to develop their newly-acquired knowledge by carrying out a series of practical exercises included in a new teaching concept referred to as Laboratory, where each student will be able to create their own Interior Design project.
Students, design professionals, and people interested in interior design who, for work or personal reasons will find that this complementary course can provide them with up to date practical knowledge, essential for innovation in this constantly-evolving area of design.
The Interior Design course gives students the opportunity to study the principal research tools currently used in interior design, as well as theoretical and practical training in the multiple and profound relationships that link human beings with interior spaces in today’s world.
EUR 2800: Enrollment and tuition