The BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design for Health and Wellbeing course at Arts University Bournemouth teaches students to design spaces that contribute to a better quality of life.
School: Arts University Bournemouth
Course: BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design for Health and Wellbeing
Location: Bournemouth, England
Course dates: September 2024 to June 2027, with the option of a one-year placement
Application deadline: 31 January 2024
BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design for Health and Wellbeing focuses on the re-integration of people's health and wellbeing into everyday environments: where we live, where we work, where we learn and where we relax, both physically and mentally.
During this course you'll place human-centred design at the heart of everything you do to transform environmental experiences from debilitation to invigoration.
The NHS and other care providers will increasingly need design graduates who are skilled in the production of these spaces and facilities.
With an estimated market value in the UK of over £150 billion, the design of healthy environments is being sought by care providers as well as being demanded by employees across commercial sectors.
During the course, you'll learn and apply new knowledge in the design and planning of healthy spaces and places, taking into consideration their use and the ever-evolving role of new technologies.
You'll graduate from this course as a designer with a complete understanding of the impacts design choices have on health and wellbeing as well as the necessary tools, knowledge and skills to support yourself in creating healthier places for all of us – for now and for the future.
Top image: Cognitive Impairment Day Care Centre and Residency by Tom Pritchard, 2021
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