The Master course is addressed to graduates in Architecture or similar degree courses, holders of diplomas from private university-equivalent schools and professionals with at least two years of experience in the field. Attendance and Duration.
The Master Course - now at its 5th edition - aims at training highly skilled professionals able to realize a creative and, above all, functional room project (Vision Concept) and to design, control and simulate a functional space by strictly coordinating all the operating steps.
Besides conveying all technical skill required to become an Interior Designer
, the training pathway develops project sensibility and attention: i.e. sensibility in imagining spaces where people can live, work or have fun surrounded by comfort, positive emotions and sensorial incentives; and attention while designing spaces characterized by great expressivity that meet people’s needs, attitudes, and functional dynamics by paying particular attention to the environment and sustainability issues through a proper selection of materials and technologies.Program:
The Master course framework is the area of the design methodology
consisting in three Main Projects that have different objectives and increasing complexity. They are developed in partnerships with Companies that define the project scope and control the project development up to the final presentation. For this edition of the Master course, the three Main Projects will concern:
1. Retail Design
2. Exhibit / Social / Wellness design
3. Working Space Design
At the same time, courses aimed at developing the project realization and communication techniques as well as courses aimed at enriching the students’ culture are organized in the following areas:
- knowledge area, to expand on cultural subjects that will be essential in professional life;
- expression area, to improve all expressive tools required to design and present a project up to the customer management;
- experimentation area, to experiment the acquired material and sensorial scenarios on the project.
Moreover, IED organizes several visits to industrial sites, field-related fairs, places of thought, cultural exhibitions and contributions of professionals concerning the developed projects.
Students can improve their knowledge of the learned methodological process by participating in workshops – project events shared by all Master courses – that do not deal with pure teaching subjects but that focus on cross-boarder topics, such as brand design and food design.