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Academic Master’s Programme and Double Award Master’s Programme in Interior & Living Design

Course Summary School: Domus Academy

Location: Italy,

Education: Diploma

The Academic Master’s Programme path consists of 4 modules (course + workshop) plus 1 module including a professional experience and a Final Workshop Project. The Double Award Master’s Programme path includes additional dedicated classes and a 6th module as Final Major Project.

Nowadays the design of spaces plays an important role in creating multi-disciplinary platforms where people experience new cultural and social scenarios. It is all about behaviours, habits, interests and the lifestyle of people in society. Material and immaterial aspects must be continuously analysed throughout the process of project development, including innovative emerging technologies and new perspectives of communication.

The Master in Interior & Living Design explores the maximum potential of interior design projects, focusing on innovative and visionary solutions in collaboration with the design industry. The critical thinking throughout the problem setting approach is constantly examined to answer the design questions of the future. Students encounter the best practices and design methodologies to help identify their own creativity and professional skills. The unique pedagogic approach of multi-cultural and cross-disciplinary experiences expands the professional assets of students and builds a future career network in Milan and in the international environment.

The programme is suitable for candidates who have a first-level degree or professional experience in interior design, product design, architecture, engineering, visual arts, or other related disciplines, who wish to take their careers to the next level in the field of interior design.

Students will be taught to understand the culture and practices of international interior design to pursue creative roles in the fields of interior architecture, design strategy, research and management.

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