About the educational program:
Design is one of the most easily forgotten and ignored, but constant aspects of our daily life. Everything we see and interact with has been designed by designers; moreover, everywhere we exist and live has been designed.
Architecture and interior design is a discipline related to our interiors: our buildings, our offices, our bedrooms. Interior architecture is not only about what pictures should be on what walls and what color decorative pillows should be, but also about how we design the space so that it is functional, livable and enriching our lives. Each space changes depending on what the person inhabiting it needs, what purpose it serves, and what interior design is, the relationship between people and their environment depends on.
In the specialty “Design”, students will receive a wide variety of knowledge related to architecture and interior design. This is an interdisciplinary skill that requires some knowledge of architecture. Students will get acquainted with technical details, such as the order of organization of rooms in the house and the height of the doorway: the little things of everyday life. There will also be a strong focus on art and color theory, as students will learn how to best stimulate the mind using color organization. Employment and other hands-on work will encourage students to respond to industry and community trends as they furnish and design interior spaces
There are many possible careers for students after completing a Degree in design. Many graduates will become interior designers, as this is what this specialty teaches, but there are many other options. Students can also become event designers: plan weddings and celebrations. They will also be able to design furniture, and they will also be able to become a design Manager for a brand or company. This is an interdisciplinary degree, and therefore offers many potential paths.
In the specialty “Design”, students will be able to gain basic artistic and design skills, such as mastering methods for creating artistically coordinated interiors and other spaces; working with objects of design and architectural activities; understanding how users interact with the surrounding spaces and objects, and how to create a user-friendly and user-oriented product.
to achieve the above skills, students will be drawn to work with a wide range of design skills, such as creating scale models and prototypes for project tasks to graphically depict the internal environment on digital media. Students will also be able to develop skills in formulating complex design ideas and solutions through the production of technical drawings, model sketches and prototypes; working with analog and digital technologies for creating images and 3D modeling; design a future product and create a prototype that matches the project description.
In addition, students will learn to view design practices in the global context of social, economic, and environmental sustainability. Students will also acquire critical thinking skills through a critical understanding of the social and cultural context of internal design practices and the history of design techniques.