European Interior Design: London & Milan

Early-bird discount

Get a 10% discount on 2017 Summer Study Abroad courses at Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts when you apply by 31 January 2017.

European Interior Design: London & Milan is an intensive three week course designed to develop your skills in the conceptualisation, creation and design of new spaces.

Your learning will be enhanced by a four day trip to Milan, accompanied by the course tutor, who will guide you through the art and culture of one of Europe’s most dynamic design cities. 

Course details

European Interior Design: London & Milan studies the past to define the present, with guided visits to museums and leading Interior Design companies.  

You will learn how to approach a project from concept to presentation. As well as guiding you through both manual and digital presentation skills, we will give you an introduction to ergonomics, lighting design, materials, finishes and sustainability. You will then practise your skills working on a project, and gain analytical skills and an understanding of residential space optimization. You will also have the option to bring in your own project plan, and enjoy creating your dream space.

European Interior Design: London & Milan is an intense course with teaching taking place between 10.00 and 16.00 most days, although there will be some time for self directed study. 

Dates and fees

Dates 2017

Summer: 3 July - 21 July 2017

Fees

£1,995*, with a 4-day guided study trip to Milan that includes: 

  • Return flights to Milan
  • Accommodation in shared en-suite rooms
  • Central Milan travel pass
  • Entry to museums and galleries

*Early-bird discount of 10% will be applied to all applications received by 31 January 2017

Milan trip

A four day, tutor-led study trip to Milan takes place in week 2 of the course. 

Flights, shared accommodation in a centrally located hotel, breakfast, Milan travel passes and all entrance fees are included in the programme fee.  

Tutor

Gianfrancesco De Falco holds a Masters Degree in Architecture from the University of Naples in Italy and is currently working as an Interior and Product Designer in London.

He grew up professionally between Italy, Spain and England, successfully performing in different roles for the Interior Design industry.

Since he moved to London, he has opened his own Design studio primarily focused on residential projects and Ready Made which focuses on creating furniture, and assembling everyday objects which he likes to manipulate.  His works have been extensively shown in various international exhibitions.  

The tutor was extremely supportive.

Yosefa Zur, Summer 2016