The Interior Design programme at Kingston University is a long established course that enjoys a fantastic reputation within the design profession in the United Kingdom and abroad. Many of the leading interior design practitioners in this country studied, or have taught, at Kingston and as a result new students joining the course become part of an extended family of creative talent that will be responsible for the design of our future spaces.
The course is made up of many people, academic staff, technical staff, administrative staff, current students, graduates and members of the profession. All are ambitious and keen to ensure that Interior Design at Kingston continues to produce the best educated and most employable graduates for this subject area in this country. As a student on the course you have a responsibility to contribute to the continuing development of the subject area and ensure that the course goes from strength to strength.
Interior Design is a diverse discipline that can engage with many different fields including architecture, retail, leisure, work place and exhibition design. The course at Kingston places great emphasis on the understanding of the context in which you are working on each and every project. Briefs are set to challenge your perceptions of the designed environment and what it could be. The course encourages the individual to find the approach that is most appropriate to the task in hand but always encourages adventurous and creative proposals.
Above all, Interior Design is about people. The course provides an opportunity for you to learn how to create exciting and stimulating spatial environments that provide and interface between buildings and the people that use them.