Start date

October 2024


Full time


On campus


2 Years



Course Coordination

Davide Fabio Colaci

Interior Design today represents an important practice of redefining human relationships with the surrounding environment and the various forms of life that inhabit it. This relationship, crucial both from the environmental and cultural point of view, opens important scenarios of regeneration and reinterpretation.  

The Interior Design - Spatial practices for gathering cultures program aims to interpret the project also as a means of improving the link between individuals, communities and ecosystems, addressing the environmental and social challenges that characterize contemporary life.  

By adopting an interdisciplinary and systemic approach, the project becomes an inclusive and conciliatory action, able to interpret the complexities of our time to create new environments for concrete and potential futures.  

By applying research methodologies and critical thinking to a broader context of ecological and social reflections, the course promotes a reflective and responsible design approach, aimed at defining practices and narratives of the places of community life through the temporary project.

The Course is subject to authorisation by MUR for A.Y. 2024/25


Davide Fabio Colaci

Course Leader