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BA Interior and Spatial Design

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  • Objectives
    The BA Interior and Spatial Design encourages you to engage critically with contemporary design through projects conducted in a studio environment that promote the conceptual and practical skills required of interior design and spatial design professionals.
  • Entry requirements
    * Portfolio of work * A foundation course/National Diploma/AVCE/Advanced GNVQ or equivalent * Passes in 2 GCE A Levels (or 1 GCE A Level plus 2 GCE AS Levels) * Passes at GCSE level in 3 subjects (grade C or above) * EU/International students must show proof of equivalent qualification and IELTS 6.0 in English on enrolment * Applications are welcome from mature students and the College takes into consideration prior learning, alternative qualifications and experience
  • Academic Title
    BA Interior and Spatial Design
  • Course description
    BA Interior and Spatial Design

    Programme

    Stage 1

    Introduces the course, workshop and computer facilities and drawing exercises. You investigate characteristics of 'architectural furniture’ through a design project set in groups. You also look at the notion of spatial organisation and sequential space.

    A lecture and seminar programme investigates the vocabulary of architecture.

    Stage 2

    Involves design of a functional piece of 'architectural furniture’, using 2D and 3D CAD techniques.

    Professional practice and construction issues are taught through analysis of buildings by photographic and drawing surveys, and instruction is given into how briefs for building programmes are assessed, developed and interpreted.

    There is further study of the theoretical context of design. You will take an elective unit, selected from a broad range of options, to enhance your core subject of study.

    Stage 3

    Involves developing a final design project within studio groups. You must also identify a topic for individual research and produce a thesis on the subject.

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