Interior
design

Interior design

Specialisation

First degree studies

Content partners:

Interior Design at the University of Ecology and Management (WSEiZ) in Warsaw

Interior Design

FOR WHOM WAS INTERIOR DESIGN SPECIALISATION CREATED?
Are you an artistically talented person and you want to know how to turn your interests into a fascinating career where you can help to arrange beautiful and functional interiors? We have created this speciality with you in mind.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
Thanks to Interior design specialisation, you will gain practical skills in interior and outdoor space design. The specialisation includes multifaceted space shaping of various types of interiors along with their integral furnishings. The programme is based on:

  • the fundamentals of entire architecture,
  • knowledge of implementation techniques,
  • knowledge in the design craft.
  • The classes also include general art subjects, such as painting and sculpture, as well as subjects with IT tools. Interior Design at UEM draws inspiration and learning from the best examples of tradition, especially the Polish one.

MODERN EDUCATION
The specialisation is distinguished by a consistent focus on design from general (being the closest human environment in every place) to detail (without limitations of scale). This education course was created for people interested in fine arts and functional interior design – also from a technical point of view.

CONTENT PARTNERSHIP

At the University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw we focus on a comprehensive education aimed at future professional life. Hence, we have established cooperation with content partners, thanks to them we offer students the opportunity to develop practical skills, so valuable in the job market.

Subjects

Subjects

SPECIALITY SUBJECTS

Architecture in Poland

Graphic design

Interior restoration

Technical realisation

3D visualisation

Interior design

Ethnographic design

Historical furniture

Consultation and writing the diploma paper

Practical training

Praktyki

LEARNING BLOCK 1 – BACHELOR

History of architecture and garden art

Theory of architecture

Lettering

Construction economics

Contemporary architecture

Landscape site construction

Economy of building processes

Conservation of Architectural Monuments and Revalorisation

LEARNING BLOCK 2 - ENGINEER

Strength of materials

Concrete structures

Basics of urban planning

Metal structures

Organisation of the investment process

Building installations

Wooden structures

BASIC AND SPECIFIC SUBJECTS FOR INTERIOR DESIGN

English language

Physical education

Basic graphic software for interior designers

Intellectual property protection

Ethnography

Economic law

Descriptive geometry

History of art

Illumination

Ergonomics

Architectural design

General construction

Building structures

Sculpture

Drawing and painting

AutoCAD program design

Introduction to photography

Basics of design

Interior design basics

Furniture design basics

Exhibition design basics

Composition of solids and planes

Communication and presentation techniques

Contemporary technologies and materials in interior design – introduction

Diploma seminar

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