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**Summary**: This course prepares you for an exciting career in the fields of interior architecture and design as you explore how interior architecture can shape and transform spaces to meet the desires of the client. You can complete an optional work placement year.**Course details**: You explore the design and development of internal spaces in relation to their overall architectural composition, rethinking existing buildings and considering how to convert them to suit a range of uses. Key
**Summary**: This course prepares you for an exciting career in the fields of interior architecture and design as you explore how interior architecture can shape and transform spaces to meet the desires of the client. You can complete an optional work placement year.**Course details**: You explore the design and development of internal spaces in relation to their overall architectural composition, rethinking existing buildings and considering how to convert them to suit a range of uses. Key themes include aspects of interior architecture and design, from psychology and social conditions to structure, furniture design and materials, and decorative elements to structure, form and light. You use your creative eye alongside an understanding of the structural principles behind buildings, planning and building regulations including sustainable, technical, practical and environmental principles involved in making buildings. And you look at design issues of structure and function in interior architecture and design.**After the course**: As a graduate you can pursue a career in interior architecture or interior design as a practitioner working for the retail, commercial, exhibition, performance, leisure or domestic sectors, or you might continue to postgraduate study. By taking a work placement year you gain experience favoured by graduate recruiters and develop your technical skillset. You also obtain the transferable skills required in any professional environment.
Teesside University is set in a contemporary campus in the heart of Middlesbrough in the north east of England, providing students with a friendly university equipped with wonderful modern facilities.
The university offers a diverse range of courses, all taught using the latest methods and technologies. Health science, animation and computing are just some of the fields in which the university excels but study programmes are tailored to both practical and academic careers.
More than £275 million has been invested in the university’s facilities in recent years, with more investment already earmarked through to 2026. Teesside University continually looks to build a better student experience with new and improved facilities and outstanding teaching.
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