Partnered Interior Design Studios

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The Partnered Interior Design Studio is the central focus of the Master of Interior Design program and provides you with a range of approaches for exploring Interior Design practice. The focus for this industry partnered offering changes each semester to provide you with a diversity of experiences, engagement and context. Design projects will change each semester cycling through a range of design briefs across commercial, civic, institutional and social projects.

Each Partnered Interior Design Studio is structured as a comprehensive project that explores a range of ideas, questions and contexts whilst developing an understanding of a range of technical, theoretical, historical and professional issues relating to the practice of Interior Design. Each studio uses specific design techniques that enable you to engage in the critical aspects of a studio direction with the ability to integrate this understanding into your design proposals and the communication necessary to demonstrate these.

Taught as a vertically integrated course, you will work with students across the two levels of the Masters, ensuring an engaging and dynamic learning environment. This will involve group design project work with an emphasis on developing innovative design outcomes through a research-intensive approach. You will engage with a number of design professionals and clients while pursuing a creative and enterprising approach to problem-solving and idea development through studio work.