The Master Interior Design is divided in two semesters. At the end of the first semester, students have the opportunity to deepen and refine their formative experience by choosing one of the two separate Pathways: Interior Design and Contract Design.
During the first semester, in common for all the proposed Pathways, they will acquire essential skills and project management techniques, with a special focus on the most relevant aspects of planning an interior design, along with classes dedicated to lighting design as well as upholstery materials and fabrics, all of which considered essential notions to successfully manage an interior design project.
Furthermore, research methods are key in the initial approach and analysis of international trends, supported also by the acquired notions in the history of interiors. The technical planning representation and the project visual identity is also essential and aided by specific design software learning.