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European Teaching Rankings 2019
272 High Holborn, Holborn, London, WC1V 7EY, United Kingdom

Interior and Spatial Design - University of the Arts London

BA (Hons) Interior and Spatial Design at Camberwell College of Arts allows students to develop skills in conceptualising and designing spatial situations. With a focus on human scale and material experimentation, student projects include architectural interiors, installations, sensory environments and furniture design. The course prepares students for a variety of careers in the art and design industry. What can you expect? • A lecture and seminar programme that introduces students to the history, theory and vocabulary of architecture and design. Find out more about previous guest speakers on the BA (Hons) Interior and Spatial Design blog - baisd.wordpress.com. • Learning and teaching to take place in studios, lectures, workshops, group tutorials and optional field trips with teaching staff drawn from both professional practice and academia. • To explore architecture, computer aided design (CAD), digital applications, exhibition design, fabrication, furniture, installation, interiors, model making, orthographic drawing, situated practice, time-based media, workshop skills and written research. • To be taught professional practice and construction issues through analysis of buildings by photographic and drawing surveys. Instruction is also given into how briefs for building programmes are assessed, developed and interpreted. • To be introduced to various professional practice dialogues from conception to realisation through the analysis and research of spaces embodying a global perspective. • To have access to our suite of digital facilities, including a custom-designed file sharing database and website, wi-fi enabled studios, laser-cutting machinery and a Black Box Media Space that enables students to display audio-visual work and drawings in a digital gallery space. In year 2 and 3 students work within Design Research Studios. These are research-driven teaching and learning environments consisting of groups of staff and students working closely on a focused agenda framed through individual design briefs. These maximise the potential for peer learning and offer opportunities for cross-level projects, inter-studio critiques and reviews.