BA in Interior Design in South Africa

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Interior Design

A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is an undergraduate degree that prepares students for a career in their chosen field of study. Depending on the school and program, a BA can usually be earned in three to five years.

Interior design relies on skills found in other disciplines, including architecture, textiles, graphic design, and fine arts, to fashion and produce an atmosphere that enriches form and function. Students work to generate interiors that are visually and tactilely appealing while addressing usage and storage needs.

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BA Interior Design

The Design School Southern Africa
Campus Full time 3 years February 2018 South Africa Johannesburg Pretoria Durban + 2 more

The IIE BA Degree in Interior Design has specifically been designed to meet the requirements of the challenging and expanding fields of interior design such as corporate, retail, hospitality, exhibition and residential design. This qualification provides students with a clear understanding of three-dimensional design analysis, scale/proportion, spatial sequence and other architectural components. Students are encouraged to develop a thorough and imaginative approach to creative problem-solving in the context of any human environment. [+]

BA Interior Design

The IIE BA Degree in Interior Design has specifically been designed to meet the requirements of the challenging and expanding fields of interior design such as corporate, retail, hospitality, exhibition and residential design.

This qualification provides students with a clear understanding of three-dimensional design analysis, scale/proportion, spatial sequence and other architectural components. Students are encouraged to develop a thorough and imaginative approach to creative problem-solving in the context of any human environment.

Lateral design approaches are developed in which briefs are solved at a variety of levels and with an integrated experimental approach to problem-solving. Design briefs encourage students to engage with design influences such as economics, ergonomics, anthropometrics, cultural influences, social context, and location. Students will also be introduced to various interior design applications including drawing, presentation, surveying, material studies, construction, specifying, context and history of design, draughting and computer-aided design (CAD).... [-]