PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
As a graduate you will also be prepared to critically analyse and thoughtfully incorporate new social phenomena, including cultural and civilisational trends, into your own concepts.
FOR WHOM WAS INTERIOR AND OPEN SPACE DESIGN CREATED?
We have created this specialisation for people whose interests are connected with art and fine arts but who are also oriented towards practical use of their skills. If functional harmony in spatial planning is important to you, then this specialisation was created with you in mind.
The curriculum of the 1,5-year full-time and part-time master degree programme in Interior Design includes the following subjects:
Urban interior design Projektowanie wnętrz miejskich
Interior design in a cultural context
Design of open spaces
Greenery design in interiors
Interior design and furniture history
Drawing and painting or Sculpture (to choose from)
New media in architecture
Exhibition space design
Furniture in architectural interior
Contemporary technologies and materials in interior design and exhibition
Computer-aided interior design
Effective communication and portfolio
Consultation and writing the diploma paper