An Interior Designer overcomes the concept of architecture to approach a new territory that looks like technology combined with art and project culture. In designing new spaces he is able to express the relations among people living in a same space, shaping places in order to improve their life quality and according to their housing needs.
Being aware of the latest market’s requests, an Interior Designer knows that building or reorganising a residential space means to work with a heap of emotions, need of comfort, and modern ergonomic necessities.


Every day, whether you continue after your studies in the freelance profession or if you work in a studio or in a company, a very high and above all transversal preparation is required. For this reason, IED also advises its students to keep themselves informed and update themselves often, perhaps with complementary courses to those taken in the three years, also gaining experience abroad.

The offer of IED courses is developed in 11 cities, 3 countries, 2 continents.

See the updated list of undergraduate courses, heldin Italian and English, here

On the other hand, a daily update in one's own city is possible thanks to Continuing Education courses. These courses include Specialization Courses and Advanced Training Courses, which can be consulted in the specific offers of the various locations.