Start date

October 2024


Full time


On campus


2 Years



Course Coordination

Adelaide Testa

In a world characterized by constant changes and new global challenges, it is crucial for designers to consider the social, cultural, and economic implications of climate change during their academic journey and in their future professional practice

The Master of Arts in Interior Design aims to train designers who not only possess a solid technical foundation but are also capable of developing their own vision of design with a critical, conscious, and original approach. This process of professional growth prepares them for a career where they can contribute significantly with innovative ideas and a deep understanding of their field. 
Through an interdisciplinary approach, the course alternates design workshops with courses covering humanities, history, technology, and economics, providing hands-on experience. The educational path is dynamic and adapts to new challenges, emerging technologies, and industry trends, promoting a culture of continuous learning. 
The overarching theme that ties everything together is the concept of "living" (ABITARE), which is approached with a broad perspective ranging from domestic projects to global challenges. 

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


Adelaide Testa

Co-founder of the Marcante-Testa Studio

Course Leader