What should we consider when designing commercial spaces? In the Postgraduate in Retail Design. Design and Space: Shopping you’ll learn everything you need to know about how design can improve the shopping experience in stores. You’ll work to enhance the image and commercial discourse of brands in order to attract customers in a differential, competitive way by appealing to all their senses. Following analysis and studies of market trends, you’ll design and develop stores accounting for the space as a whole, its communication, virtual and sensory experiences, etc.
Hand in hand with renowned professionals, you’ll learn to design both small- and large-scale commercial spaces, from the most exclusive boutiques to stores for large multinational brands. The theoretical-practical methodology and the projects in real spaces will give you an in-depth understanding of the many disciplines within the retail sector, while promoting your professional development.
The student profile for the Postgraduate in Retail Design. Design and Space: Shopping includes professionals with proven experience who are looking to explore new trends and perspectives in retail design.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students should have an official undergraduate university degree or equivalent in Design, Fine Arts, Architecture, Quantity Surveying or similar. Working knowledge of 2D and 3D software is necessary.