Postgraduate in Interior Space Design. Private Perimeters

ELISAVA Escuela Universitaria de Diseño e Ingeniería de Barcelona
En Barcelona (España)

5.350 € - ($ 90.907)
IVA inc.

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  • Master
  • Barcelona (España)
  • Duración:
    5 Meses
  • Cuándo:
    Febrero
Descripción

The Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Design, Private Perimeters has a history dating back over more than 10 years. Over 650 students from around the world had participated up to date. All of them support a program whose main objective is the promotion of creativity and innovation in the design, combined with a reflective and critical attitude by the student, offering professional preparation and an introduction to research.

The Postgraduate programme supports and promotes the impulse of a "divergent thinking", which means the ability to respond in different ways to the same question. Through theoretical reflections the students gain new knowledge and a comprehensive understanding of current settings. They apply this acquired knowledge in the project that they will develop during the program.

This interior design project is the core programme of the course while other assignments explore and open-up themes relevant to other professional field.

The project is based on the design of a private domestic space in a specific context, taking into account all the elements necessary for its development, the level of living conditions, lighting, furniture, materials and finishes, sustainable aspects, the construction and production processes as well as visualization and communication of the project.

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Febrero
Barcelona
La Rambla 30-32, 08002, Barcelona, España
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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Editor's view
Photography
Interior
Electrical installation and Lighting
Interior space
Private perimeters
Builder's view
Minimal space
Kitchen design
Space Design

Temario

Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Space Design. Private Perimeters
The classes of Interior Space, Private Perimeters are broken down into the following modules:
MODULE OF CRITERIA FOR INTERIOR SPACE
THEORETICAL APPROACH CONCERNED WITH CRITICAL REFLECTION UPON PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND CREATIVE PROCESSES OF INTERIOR DESIGN
  • Methodologies and introduction to research
  • Design process: explore and analyze client/user requirements and brief, project development, budgeting, project management and project communication.
  • Theoretical reflections: houses today, spatial criteria, colour, etc.
VIEWS  (of people with experience involved in or close to the process of interior design)
  • Builder’s view.
  • Client’s view
  • Photographer’s view.
  • Editor’s view.
LECTURES
Renowned interior designers, architects, designers and other professionals involved in interior design present their own work
FIELD TRIPS
  • Visit to built examples that show the high value of the design process and an excellent result of a domestic interior design.
  • Private Perimeters

MODULE OF TOOLS
FURNITURE AND BUIDLING MATERIALS FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
  • Selection of materials and their application systems for an interior space.
  • Knowledge of technical, practical and aesthetic functions.
  • Field trip to Materfad the materioteca of the FAD (Fostering Arts and Design) to learn about innovative materials and production.
  • Sustainable materials, products and systems for the health and air quality in an interior space.
INSTALLATIONS AND COMFORT IN A DOMESTIC INTERIOR. GENERAL IMPLEMENTATION OF INSTALLATIONS.
  • Implementation of installations in the domestic interior design project.
  • Plumbing and sewer system.
  • Electrical installation and Lighting
  • Ventilation and gas.
  • Heating and air conditioning.
  • Home automation and telecommunications.
  • Energy efficient installations
MODULE OF THE INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT
WORKSHOPS
With an active participation of the students the several workshops integrated within the course promote a conceptual and experimental approach to design through a hands-on learning method.
It usually begins with a presentation to provide the theoretical foundation that aims to deepen the comprehension of a specific subject. During the workshop, students will develop an intense quick draft resolution or a physical object.
  • Kitchen design.
  • Furniture design.
  • Minimal space.
  • Digital Design and Fabrication.
MAIN PROJECT OF THE COURSE
The project is based on the interior design of a private domestic space located in the near surroundings. The aim is to get a maximum degree of approximation to a real case that can be achieved in one academic year.
The built environment of the project will be visited on-site, and students will receive the current status plans and the photographic documentation of the building.
Historical, technical and administrative documents, such as building regulations, planning standards, etc. will also be available if necessary.