Bachelor of Design and Visual Arts (Interior Design)
|Programme summary||Career opportunities||Courses & timetables||Admission requirements|
7, 360 3.0
Full-time for three years
Starts February (July intake subject to interest)
Mt Albert campus
Semester dates for 2013:
Semester 1: 25 February - 28 June; Semester 2: 22 July - 22 November
NZ$5648 (Approximate fee only, find out more about the costs of study)
|Applications are now open for Semester 2|
Want to shape and influence the spaces around you? Learn to design spaces for cultural and/or commercial consumption, such as museum displays, set designs, retail and restaurant spaces, and community-based design projects. Work on a series of challenging interior design studio projects.
Interior design is an exciting and challenging discipline focused on the production of carefully crafted interior spaces. Designed to serve as repositories for people and objects, interiors can influence dynamic social relations and profoundly influence the way we live and work. With a Bachelor of Design and Visual Arts (Interior Design) under your belt, you'll be qualified to gain an entry-level position working as an interior designer, performance designer or exhibition designer. Complete a range of interior design projects, explore architectural representation techniques and discover new and emergent technologies that will enable you to work within a design practice.
- Highly respected by leading interior design practitioners and large interior design offices in New Zealand.
- Strong focus on studio projects: design spaces for cultural and/or commercial consumption, including exhibition designs, performance designs, residential designs, installation designs, and larger-scale projects.
- Explore contemporary work produced by top interior designers and practitioners.
- Interior design staff and guest lecturers who have demonstrated excellent performance in their field of specialisation, winning national and international awards for their creative outputs and publishing in highly respected journals on interior design and architecture. They share their research practices with you, exposing you to critical and contemporary discussions relevant to interior design.
Applicants are required to bring examples of previous work in a portfolio or showreel when attending interviews.
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Last edited: 19 September 2012