Head of Programme Welcome
The Interior Design Programme values speculation, analysis, rigour and provocation with regards to the thinking and making of all aspects of the design of the interior. The Programme challenges students to formulate their own rigorous, critically independent responses to these fundamental concerns.
is often undertaken via the reworking of existing structures, the creation of
temporal installations and the formation of permanent interventions, all
involving the construction and communication of particular spatial identities
using space, objects and materials.
The Programme offers:
- a unique RCA context of interdisciplinary, studio- and workshop-oriented, speculative advanced study
- opportunities for live projects in conjunction with specific industry-partners
- each student is assigned a practice mentor – a professional, practising interior designer – whom they meet four times a year
- a staff of leading academics, practising designers, architects and theorists, all of whom are internationally renowned and innovators in their fields
"Interior Design explores the diversity of human inhabitation in numerous environments, extending from the city to the room. Students rework existing structures, create temporal installations and permanent interventions, as they critically examine these territories."