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BA (Hons)Interior Architecture

Northumbria University
United Kingdom, Newcastle
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Overview

This design-led, studio based course is a member of Interior Educators, the National Learned Society for the subject, and provides you with the practical skills and specialist knowledge to work as an interior architectural specialist from an acclaimed academic team.

Within live and directed design projects, you will develop creative, intelligent and meaningful design proposals for existing buildings thorough investigation of the existing site as a precursor to your designed intervention. You will learn to control the relationship between the existing context and your proposed interior adaptation, supported by studies in design, communication, history and theory, construction technology, environment and management.

You will take part in site visits within live projects and a European study trip to help contextualise and expand your learning. At the end of year 2 you can choose the option of an additional study abroad year, or complete the course as originally intended; all of which are designed to enrich your experience as a subject specialist and as a global citizen.

You will develop a creative portfolio of directed and self-directed design project work which will allow you to fully explore your interests within interior architecture and building adaptation, while fully expressing your ability as a designer and a future professional. You will showcase your final project work at an exhibition here in Newcastle and as part of Interior Educators in London, to maximize your reach to industry

Successful graduates can progress onto our 60 credit, one semester PG Cert in Interior Architecture course, which is professionally accredited and allows you to satsfy the ARB Part I criteria, when combined with undergraduate interior architecture study and Northumbria. This is the only course of its type and allows our graduates to achieve Part I status, as specialists in building adaptation and creative reuse.

Programme structure

Your course in brief

Year 1

You will be introduced to the fundamentals of interior architecture through studio based design projects, as well as the history, theory and evolution of architecture and interiors.

Year 2

You have the opportunity to undertake more advanced building adaptation and creative reuse projects, often live with real clients, which use and build upon the skills learned in the previous year.

Year 3

You will develop a creative portfolio of self-directed project work in response to live projects which allow you to fully explore your interests within building adaptation and express your ability as a designer.

Career opportunities

With 95% of students in work or post graduate study within six months of graduating (Unistats 2014) and the opportunity to exhibit your portfolio to industry in Newcastle and London, this course is a springboard to a bright future in interior architecture.In addition to secured positions in a range of leading architecture and design practices, our graduates are equipped to work within the broader creative fields, including exhibition and set design, retail design, design journalism, property development, building conservation and visualization.

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States