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Interior Architecture (BA)
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Faculty
Faculty of Architecture ,Fine Art and Design
Department
Interior Architecture
Qualification
BA (Hons)
Level
Undergraduate
Mode
Full-time
Lenght
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,500 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Dates
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Interior Architecture (BA)

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Career Opportunities
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The re-use of existing buildings has become an indispensable component of formation and development of urban environments. Therefore, interior design, a profession which includes the design and application of renewal projects of existing buildings and interior spaces according to the needs of users and by taking accessibility, sustainability, and aesthetics into consideration is gaining significance. Interior designers need to have an extensive knowledge on spatial design, building codes, health and safety, ergonomics, the psychological impacts of spaces on people, materials, applications and project budgeting. In order to design functional, effective and long-lasting interior spaces interior designers should be able to analyse the historical and environmental conditions of a project site properly, follow up the latest developments in the profession and be aware of social and cultural differences of users.

 

The curriculum of the department offers our students information and skills in a wide range of topics that include but not limited to human needs, spatial and furniture design, materials, applications, presentation techniques, history of art and architecture. These theoretical courses are accompanied by interactive design studio courses, the core of interior design education, in which students have the chance to improve their skills in critical thinking, designing, researching and presenting under the supervision of lecturers.

 

Interior designers work in design and application of interior design projects either in new buildings, or in the renewal of existing buildings, in a range of different types of buildings such as residential buildings,  hospitality facilities, commercial buildings, healthcare services, industrial facilities and cultural facilities. They need to take into consideration functionality, ergonomics, comfort, accessibility, health and safety, and aesthetic issues while they are designing. Job opportunities vary from public sector institutions to private sector architecture and construction firms. They also have the chance to open their own interior design office.

 

Graduates of Interior Design also have the chance to continue their career in academic institutions, by attaining Master and PhD degree.

 

Year 1

Fall Semester

  • INT101 Basic Design Studio
  • INT111 Architectural Drawing I
  • INT141 History of Art & Culture
  • INT121 Building Technology I: Materials & Methods
  • INT131 Principles of Interior Design

Spring Semester

  • INT102 Introduction to Interior Design Studio
  • INT112 Architectural Drawing II
  • INT142 History of Modern Architecture
  • INT132 Color Theory & Practice
  • INT122 Building Technology II: Structural Elements

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

  • INT201 Interior Design Studio I
  • INT211 Digital Design & Presentation I 
  • Elective
  • INT221 Interior Detailing 
  • INT241 Contemporary Interior Design 
  • TURK001 NC Turkish I

Spring Semester

  • INT202 Interior Design Studio II 
  • INT212 Digital Design & Presentation II 
  • INT252 Environmental Control Systems
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • INT300 NC Internship I
  • TURK002 NC Turkish II

 

Year 3

Fall Semester

  • INT301 Interior Design Studio III
  • INT381 Professional Ethics
  • INT361 Human Factors in Design
  • Technical Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • NH001 NC National History I

Spring Semester

  • INT302 Interior Design Studio IV
  • INT372 Principles of Restoration & Conservation
  • Technical Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • INT400 NC Internship II
  • NH002 NC National History II

 

Year 4

Fall Semester

  • INT401  Interior Design Studio V 
  • INT403  Graduation Research & Preparation 
  • INT481  Project Management
  • Technical Elective
  • INT141  History of Art & Culture
  • INT121  Building Technology I: Materials & Methods
  • INT131  Principles of Interior Design

Spring Semester

  • INT102  Introduction to Interior Design Studio 
  • INT112  Architectural Drawing II 
  • INT142  History of Modern Architecture 
  • INT132  Color Theory & Practice
  • INT122  Building Technology II: Structural Elements

 

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