This course will expose you to a variety of communication techniques relevant to the practice of Interior Design. Physical and digital communication media are explored through a range of complementary design activities. The course offers critical and practical experiences for designers working within contemporary and future design.
Material and Spatial Communication: An introduction
This course introduces you to a range of communication techniques and processes relevant to Interior Design practice including: photography, model making, film making, drawing, mapping and diagramming, digital and physical compositing and exhibition development.
Communication Systems: Digital and Physical processes
This course exposes you to a range of communication techniques and strategies applicable to contemporary Interior Design practice.
You will explore a range of complementary activities utilising physical and digital media for the production of communication systems and artifacts.
You are required to ballot for one of several Interior Design communications course offerings that are concerned with ‘hands-on’ production as a method of investigating, representing and making interiors.
This course challenges you to develop your own unique approach to communicating your Interior Design projects.
In this course projects are concerned with advanced modes of production as a way of communicating dynamic and temporal interior space. These projects will provide you with the skills to articulate complex design ideas through a range of methods including advance modelling, additive manufacturing, filmmaking and digital image making.
By offering a range of complementary activities, and utilising physical and digital communication media, you will develop critical and practical experience relevant to designers working within contemporary and future design environments.