Interior Environmental Design BDes (Hons)
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design
Study the architectural, artistic, and social dimensions of interiors, generating design proposals that explore how we live, work, and play
Dundee City Campus
Learn to develop adaptive reuse strategies for architectural spaces and urban settings. Apply co-design and service design research methods to a range of critically informed spatial contexts, experimental objects and installations.
Develop your spatial imagination, working at varying scales, contexts, and sites to develop your drawing, digital, making, and theoretical understanding. This will support your position as an interior designer.
You will have the opportunity to work on industry workshops and competitions and collaborate with international schools to explore local and global issues across a range of projects.
As members of GIDE Group for International Design Education - a network of eight nations - you will collaborate on shared projects and self-funded workshops in an EU city. You will have access to the Interior Educators network and have opportunities to gain industry advice, and participate in optional, self-funded graduate events in London in Level 4.
Interior Environmental Design - Student work
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