Why study Interior Architecture at Griffith College?
This degree programme has been designed in response to an increased demand for employees with specific skills relating to Interior Architecture including spatial planning, design detailing, technologies, problem-solving and visualisation techniques and presentation skills. The course takes students through the fundamentals of visual culture, building science and design principles and equips them with practical studio skills.
Students are required to take part in in-depth research, apply knowledge of building technology and regulations, organise and manage project solutions, and communicate their designs using digital design programmes. Graduates of this programme leave with extensive experience in creating, analysing and interpreting project briefs. They will be able to problem-solve complex design issues and work independently and in groups to find solutions.
- A rigorous, in-depth course programme will teach you to create, design, problem-solve and act professionally in all related working environments.
- Gain extensive experience in creating, analysing and interpreting project briefs, skills which will enable graduates to problem-solve complex design issues and work independently and in groups to find solutions.
- The practical nature of this Interior Architecture course will make you industry ready, creatively and technically equipped to propose innovative solutions and problem-solving expertise within the built environment.
- Full access to Student Adobe Creative Cloud - All Apps plan, which gives you 20+ cutting-edge creative tools for desktop, mobile, and web
- Use dynamic architectural modelling software like Revit, AutoCad 3-D, AutoCAD, as well as traditional communication tools such as model making and free-hand drawing.
- Develop advanced skills in space planning; design detailing, materials selection and specification
- This programme is validated by the European Council of Interior Architects (ECIA) and the Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI).
- 100% continuous assessment means learners do not need to sit written exams.
- The calibre of work produced by the Design Faculty has been recognised numerous times through industry awards and exhibitions.
- Interior Design Internships - Design students have had internships with HJ Lyons and Jonathan Adler N.Y.C. to name just a few.
- Field Trips - Experiential learning is an important part of our courses, therefore most modules have class trips as a part of their curriculum. Previous trips have included London, Rome, Milan, Berlin, Paris, Bilbao, Barcelona, and Venice.
- Industry links - During the course you’ll be taught by practising architects, designers, and art historians, ensuring that the faculty maintains strong industry links.
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What our students say?
I always had great interest in design but didn’t know where to start. After a lot of research, I chose the Interior Architecture course at Griffith. The course covered a huge amount of topics and prepared us well for what to expect in the industry. The faculty also provided great support and encouraged us to submit projects for recognised awards which helped in advancing my career. After completing the 3 years, I secured a full-time job as an interior architect. Looking back I'm really glad I did this course and would highly recommend it.
This course really helped in advancing my career. With the assistance of the faculty, I secured an internship every summer in Dublin, including an internship at IKEA. And when I completed my degree, I secured a full-time job as an interior architect. I’m so glad I did this course and would highly recommend it.