The Interior Architecture BA (Hons) course at University of East London equips students with design and professional skills to prepare them for careers in interior architectural design.
The Interior Architecture BA course at the University of East London will give you the educational and creative framework – and the necessary contacts – to launch you on your path to becoming an architectural designer.
From the outset, you'll set about amassing a huge range of skills, including drawing, prototyping your designs, model-making, measuring and documenting spaces and buildings.
You'll study design in all its forms, including architectural, commercial and retail, residential, furniture, set and exhibition designs. Much of the work will be done on your feet as you visit local sites and examine what makes them good.
You'll enjoy frequent visits to the rich cultural array of galleries, shops and museums on our doorstep in London.
We have excellent links with the local community and our students spend a lot of time developing design ideas for specific projects such as restoring historical sites in London's East End or designing a new community hub.
In year one you will develop drawing skills, partake in workshops and explore your identity. Year two involves making prototypes, learning software skills and finding a "design voice". In year three you will learn professional practice and work on live projects to prepare you for employment.
Top image: Broadgate Competition Interior Educators winning entry by Yoana Miglencheva.
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