Visitors to the Interior Design Exhibition at the Marylebone Campus and at the Interior Educator’s show at Free Range saw the culmination of students' studies on the Interiors Programme. On display was their “Major Design Project”, which was an individually-driven interior design proposal that focuses on students' personal aspirations towards the subject.
Visitors got the opportunity to see innovative projects that range from addressing the homeless crisis in London to reinventing a piano school. The projects are communicated through beautiful architectural models, drawings, sketches, 3D visuals, materials and moving images.
London is at the heart of the Interior Design Industry and our students use this thriving world capital and its rich tapestry of architecture as their laboratory. All site-specific projects are set in London, as the proximity allows them access during the span of a project. Students benefit from seeing how a building sits among its surroundings, looking at how aspects of the vista appear from the interior, and how the quality of daylight changes according to the times and seasons. The analytical stage of the major project leads to an understanding of the style and provenance of the chosen building, as well as its physical and spatial characteristics.
Last updated: 08 March 2017