The Interior Design Course at Sheffield Hallam is a creative and challenging programme of study that introduces students to all aspects of interior design, focusing on the design and development of internal spaces for a wide range of public and private environments. It promotes the understanding and appreciation of a wide range of building types and encourages innovative reinterpretations of existing spaces and buildings.
During the course, students engage in a stimulating program of lectures, seminars and workshops and develop a broad range of practical and intellectual skills. Projects include design of retail, commercial, leisure, health, and educational environments as well as development of museum, exhibition, and performance spaces. Learning takes place through a series of creative design projects and is supported by a framework of theoretical and critical study.
There are opportunities for students to engage in design competitions, and collaborate with clients and industry professionals on live projects. Students undertake UK and European field trips and engage in live projects within the commercial, and public sectors. Practicing designers support our experienced team of lecturers in delivering professional and practical guidance through lectures, tutorials, and project reviews.
Our graduates have an understanding and appreciation of the design industry and a wide ranging skill set that enables them to be successful either within professional practice, or in undertaking further postgraduate study.