This inaugural edition of IE:Studio seeks to celebrate the Edges of our discipline; to expose the diversity, breadth and potential of Interiors and affirm the discipline as a multi-faceted, dynamic and nimble field of knowledge that can operate at a variety of scales, in multiple media and locations, with diverse intentions.
Interior Educators @ Free Range 2017:
13-15 July 2017
F Block T1-T5
The Old Truman Brewery
91-95 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
Wednesday 12 July, 9am-5pm and Thursday 13 July, 9am-5pm
Thursday 13 July, 6pm - 10pm: Launch Event
Friday 14 - Saturday 15 July, 10am - 7pm: Open to the public
Friday 14 July, 7pm - 9pm: FREE ADMISSION + Bar + Awards + INT.ALKS
Sunday 16 July, 9am-5pm
Monday 17 July 9am-1pm
Please note: You cannot remove your show from the site on Sunday as no van parking/movement is allowed due to market stalls. You can dismantle but can only load on Monday.
Interior Educators (IE) is the organisation established by academics representing well-established Interior programmes from across the UK. Founded by Graeme Brooker at Manchester School of Art in 2006, IE now represents more than 50 Higher Education institutions, teaching almost 3,000 students.
It is a unique group in that it provides a forum for debate and the exchange of ideas and practice affecting the education of designers of interior space, at both undergraduate and masters level. It is the only relevant and influential forum for interiors education and educators in the UK. It meets formally twice each year, has an annual exhibition, conference and a new publication IE:Studio originated by members David Littlefield and Shelley McNulty. In order to reflect its not for profit status, and to assist it in its aims to benefit all forms of interior education and educators, it became a charity in 2012.