Interior Design

Master - Madrid

Turning the spaces in which we live into truly habitable structures. That is the ultimate goal of interior design.
Interior design is more than a mere response to a purely functional or aesthetic requirement inscribed in a building program. It has undergone a radical transformation this century and has notably changed the way we conceive of space, and the way we build it and use it. New materials, new techniques, but also a new sensibility and a new narrative which has changed our understanding of our relationship with our immediate surroundings.

  • Credits
    60
  • Start date
    October 2017
  • Duration
    9 months
  • Attendance
    evening
  • Language
    Spanish

Goals
• Development in all its phases, from interior design projects, individually and in teams, starting from the initial genesis to the definition, presentation and communication of the project
• Analysis of the different problems of different types of Interior Design
• Specific management tools applied both to the development and the presentation and final communication of course projects
• Development of systems and construction elements that are representative of the project
• Design and choice of suitable furniture items for each project within the context in which it is integrated, as well as identification of styles and knowledge of the current market
• Development of lighting project as an integral part of the process of creating indoor environments
• Learn to correctly interpret the needs of a brand in the fashion industry


Professional Opportunities
• Interior design studios
• Department of interior design at architecture studios
• Design and monitoring of works at renovation companies
• Facility management departments at commercial brands
• Contract work for hotels, retirement homes and hospitality in general
• Renovation and maintenance at commercial spaces and offices
• Design and construction of stands
• Self-owned interior design studio


Dates and Schedule
October 2018 - June 2019
19.00-22.30 h (Mon to Fri, 3 to 5 days per week)