How do the new economic and social conditions affect the solution of architectural problems? The Master in Interior Design will teach you to give meaning to domestic spaces and working environments.
Interior design can improve the functionality and aesthetics of any room, if there is an efficient design plan taking into account light, colour, materials, textures, etc. Consequently, interior design is essential to creating environments that can contribute to improving quality of life. In the Master in Interior Space Design you’ll be able to carry out an interior design project from scratch, guided by teachers who have extensive experience in the sector, in addition to attending lectures and visiting homes, corporate buildings and work spaces.
The students who enrol in this Master’s degree tend to be curious, creative, empathetic people with a great passion for design and a desire to create beautiful, functional and environmentally responsible spaces, in response to the needs of their clients.
Access and Admission Requirements: An official undergraduate university degree or equivalent. Familiarity with graphic representation software for architectural space.