Written by Nick GreenPublished date 25 September 2018Share story
Nick helps us navigate the real, imagined and ever-expanding worlds of interior and spatial design.
Have you ever considered being an interior or spatial designer? At its core interior and spatial design is about collaboration across disciplines, working with architects, artists, furniture and material designers among many others, to create unique spatial experiences. Whether student or practitioner, the potential of the field is almost limitless.
Each project presents the opportunity to experiment with the story behind spaces (narrative environments) or engage with local communities in different ways.
As you can see from the examples below of students graduating from interior and spatial design degrees, it’s your own passions and unique set of skills which form the basis of each project. Your development as a student comes through an exposure to both established techniques such as drawing, model-making and prototyping, as well as alternative practices, either borrowed and reimagined from other art and design disciplines or developed anew. Using these tools, you’ll engage with social, political, economic and sustainable design debates both through the spaces you create and the way you communicate and discuss your ideas with others.