The BA (Hons) Interior Design programme at Regent's aims to prepare students for a creative and professional career in the area of interior design, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of built spaces and to design for people and their needs. Students learn to exercise their creativity through introduction to interior design principles, spatial practices and professional standards, building on skills they will need to effectively communicate with employers and clients.
The programme is industry-focussed, with students taught by expert practitioners while working on real-world briefs, collaborating with clients and other users. As students develop design knowledge and skills, they are challenged to leave behind preconceived solutions and embark on their personal creative journey as a designer. Site and location are at the heart of everything, as they weave the historical, social, ethical and environmental context into the narrative of their projects.
Interior Design is a process of discovery – be ever-curious while you explore, test, research, make things, draw and solve real-world problems
We believe that good interior design positively affects everyday lives and well-being, and is of vital importance in a changing world.
The way we work, live and play is constantly evolving and our challenge as designers is to respond and create spaces that improve the lives of the people who use them.
Final year students' design projects exhibited at Centre Point Gallery, London.
(February 2020, in collaboration with Almacantar Ltd)