The Master in Interior Architecture course at HEAD Genève University of Art and Design teaches interior design as a multidimensional discipline.
The Master in Interior Architecture course is characterised by transdisciplinary approaches, tackling urgent problems such as environmental impacts, the renovation of existing heritage and the construction of inclusive communities through the design of interiors.
Through many methods and on many scales, you will consider interior design as a multidimensional practice, articulating the spaces, objects and media of contemporary societies. The project workshops, as interior design laboratories, lie at the heart of the programme.
Here you will develop concrete projects, on a real-life scale, in collaboration with partner institutions or organisations, during which you will become a reliable professional capable of leading complex design processes, on the scale of objects or space, for the private or the public sphere, in permanent or temporary projects.
You will also attend technical courses, theory seminars, study trips, lectures and interdisciplinary workshops. The teaching and experience will lead you to develop bold new ways of thinking.
With your MA degree, you will be ready to work in a reality focused on human beings, with advanced technical training, extensive practice in design and humanistic education that will help you develop your critical mind and practice a profession that, although based on individual creativity, is always aware of its collective implications.
Top image: The Milk Bar, an exhibition piece designed by students of the course as a reimagining of the Korova Milk Bar from Stanley Kubrick's 1971 film A Clockwork Orange, which was displayed at Alcova 2021 in Milan, Italy
Dezeen Courses is a service from Dezeen that provides details of architecture, interiors, and design courses around the world. Click here for more information.