The Interior Design MA course at Kingston University challenges students to create sustainable spatial designs that respond to real-world problems.
The Interior Design MA course at Kingston University equips students with an in-depth understanding of interior and space design in different contexts, such as urban, public and private spaces.
Drawing on vibrant interior design practices in London, this course integrates design practices, multidisciplinary work, research, analysis and practice-based learning with an overall focus on sustainable spatial design.
This course will prepare you for the diversity of design practice and employment opportunities in the interior design industry.
The course aims to unite practical approaches for space design strategies with context by providing practice-based projects that engage with real-world industry briefs.
You will also practice with digital and physical considerations and enhance your problem-solving skills by working with teams in other disciplines.
The course aims to address global issues and provides teaching through art-based speculative briefs that have a strong focus on sustainability.
We take a critical approach to sustainability. This course focuses on addressing global issues using design methods and tools that follow the sustainable development goals established by the United Nations.
Top image: by Interior Design MA graduate Shrey Parekh.
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