The hotel and restaurant sector is booming, and it’s full of innovative and highly creative interior design proposals. Interior designers today have to offer an experience to clients, who are looking for something more than just eating or staying in a high-quality establishment. Designers need to know how to endow those spaces with a functional and emotional value.
Space designers have to take into account the determining factors involved in the decision-making process prior to the design of those spaces: general context (work, leisure or holiday), economic status of the client (from luxury to low-cost) and behavioural model (from socialization to privacy).
The Master in Interior Design for Hotels, Bars and Restaurants will teach you how to approach the creative process as a whole, not only addressing how spaces are organized and their atmospheres, but also analysing habitual behaviours and forms of use.
The student profile for this master’s degree centres on professionals with accredited experience in the different fields of design, architecture or fine arts.
Access and Admission Requirements: An official university degree or equivalent related to space design. Basic understanding of 3D software and interior design.