6 Bachelor Programs in Interior Architecture 2020
Interior architecture pertains to modifications done inside a space. It is closely related to interior design in that it deals with the aesthetics, but has a higher degree of involvement dealing with changes that alter the actual structure of the building.
Bachelor's Program in Interior Architecture
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Bahçeşehir University’s Interior Architecture and Environmental Design Department aims to educate professionals who have self-confidence, internalize universal knowledge and values, and command modern educational technologies by enriching them with international connections and the advantage of being at the center of Istanbul, a world city which has hosted a multitude of civilizations for centuries.
This course prepares students to become specialists in furniture and object design, from the design of interior spaces, to stage design, the creation of cultural spaces, environments and urban spaces.
The interior designer often works on a pre-existing architectural situation. These may include private houses or apartments, but also collective spaces, such as an airport or school, corporate offices or a fashion boutique.
Our students are trained as experienced interior architects, who design interior spaces applying artistic dimensions and featuring creative, original furniture designs.
The faculty of the Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design is committed to educating students through distinction in teaching and research, and encouragement of innovative projects.
Good interior design is not a luxury but a necessity. It can help to protect the environment, natural and human resources, and make the world a better place in which to live, work, and play. UNA’s Interior Design program provides students with an affordable education in interior design. Our School is an ideal setting where students are actively involved in learning and exploring the current and future roles of the interior design profession within a global society. More particularly, this context challenges our students to critically investigate the diverse roles of interior design and inspires us to explore new avenues of thought and attitudes toward why and how we design human environments.