Workplaces are living spaces, since workers’ needs change with the rhythms of new technologies, new habits and new mindsets. Designing these spaces is an emerging niche for designers, architects and building engineers.
Companies, institutions, work communities (coworking spaces) and training centres need spaces that are not only functional, but also support health and stimulate creativity. The role of interior design is decisive in that respect. The Postgraduate in Design of Work Spaces will teach you to create environments that reflect the culture and values of the company and that are also, at the same time, ideal spaces for people.
The student profile for the Postgraduate in the Design of Work Spaces centres on professionals who are creative thinkers with a desire to explore the possibilities of improving work spaces and working conditions through design.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students should hold a degree in Design, Architecture, Engineering, Fine Arts or similar and have professional experience in the sector.