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Our Interior Architecture MA promotes a conceptual and speculative approach to the design of interior environments. In doing so, it places and emphasis on research that seeks to expand the boundaries of the discipline as well as challenge standardised processes and traditional methodologies. The programme affords multiple avenues of creative engagement giving you the opportunity to pursue your particular issues of interest in interior architecture, or specialist areas of three-dimensional design, through in-depth and focused studies, under the guidance of research-active and industry-experienced staff. Over the years, the course has continued to grow and is now an internationally sought-after Master’s programme that sits within the School of Architecture and Cities, based at our well-equipped Central London Campus.
A minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2:2) in Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior Design or a related design discipline. We also consider applicants from recognised international pre-Master’s programmes which include a portfolio element. We may also consider qualifications in other related subject areas, as well as demonstrable practical experience or knowledge of interior architecture, at the appropriate level. Applicants would ideally also be expected to have some relevant experience in interior architecture or design practice.
The course was really enjoyable, intense and full of new experiences. The course gave me more than just knowledge of interiors; it gave me a deep understanding of how the world of interiors works in a more philosophical way.
A highly inspiring programme that allowed me to instigate a new direction in my work. The Course Leader was very supportive while at the same time challenging my work for me to get the best out of it. I learnt a lot and I feel much more confident as a designer. Thanks to the projects set up by the course team and the practice and knowledge I developed from them, I was invited as a guest speaker at the RCA in March 2013 and I presented a paper at the London Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA ) conference in July 2013.
This course has pushed me to think outside the box... In fact it made me realise that there is no box!